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Hotel du Vignoble, Patrimonio, Corsica

On the northern outcrop of the Mediterranean island of Corsica, the vineyards of Patrimonio lie between the mountains and the azure blue sea, and in this wine village the Hotel du Vignoble is a small family-owned hotel:

Hotel du Vignoble, Patrimonio

Hotel du Vignoble, Patrimonio

Owned by the Santini wine-making family, the hotel has 12 air-conditioned, ensuite rooms, decorated in Mediterranean style. The hotel has a restaurant with traditional Corsican food and free wine tasting.  Free WiFi access is available.Free wifi
The port of St Florent with a wide range of restaurants is just 5 minutes away, and the larger town and port of Bastia is only 15km.

For more information and to check availability at this Patrimonio Hotel see Hotel du Vignoble

wineCorsica, although a French island nowadays. many of the region’s winemaking traditions and its grape varieties are Italian in origin with the Nielluccio grape for reds and Vermentino for dry whites. Sweeter white wines from Muscat grape are also made on Corsica. Wine has been made on the island for 2,500 years, and the latest generation of vignerons have dramatically improved the quality of Corsican wine. Wine makers sell a lot of their production direct to the public, so mostly welcome visitors without an appointment. They specialise in traditional local grapes and, in a very Corsican peculiarity, there is no VAT (tax) on local wine!