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Provence Vineyard Hotel Le Mas du Lingousto

A 4-star Provence Vineyard Hotel and gastronomic restaurant situated in the vineyards of the Côte de Provence: Le Mas de Lingousto at Cuers (83 Var, Provence PACA)

Mas de Lingousto

Mas de Lingousto

The hotel has 13 bedrooms and family suites, each individually decorated with the rooms achieving a balance between contrmporary and tradional styles. Some rooms offer a spacious terrace or balcony and others have views over the vines. Outdoor swimming pool.

The hotel also has a gastronomic restaurant featuring local and seasonal fare.

Free wifi is available throughout.

Guests can visit the surrounding vineyards and/or enjoy a wine and cheese tasting!

The hotel is at Cuers (83 Var, Provence PACA), a few kilometers inland from Hyères and the Mediterranean coast.

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Chateau Minuty Ros89% of the wines of the Côtes de Provence appellation are Rosés! Red and Rosé wines are mainly produced from Syrah, Grenache and Cinsault grapes, whils the white wines use Rolle (Vermentino), Ugni Blanc and Clairette grapes amongst others.

The Côtes de Provence appellation extends over more than 20,000 hectares in 3 French departments: the Var, Bouches du Rhône and an enclave in the Alpes Maritimes, grouping together 84 communes.

Due to the wide variety of “terroirs” (site-specific soils and climatic conditions) found in the region, there is not one but many different Côtes de Provence, each with its own geological makeup and climate. The appellation includes five major geographical areas [coastal regions, inland valleys, foothills of the high country, the Beausset Basin, and Sainte-Victoire Mountain] which also include three “terroir” denominations with more specialized wine types: Sainte-Victoire, Fréjus, La Londe and

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