Domaine Riberach, Cotes Catalanes – hotel

Domaine Riberach hotel

Domaine Riberach is a Roussillon vineyard hotel located in the picturesque village of Bélesta (66 Pyrenees-Orientales, Occitanie) near the Spanish border. This unique hotel is housed in a former wine co-operative, with rooms and suites above the old wine vats.

This former winery comprises:

– The vinification cellars and the wineshop

–  “La Coopérative” restaurant with views onto a Mediterranean garden and the surrounding vineyards.

– The contemporary design Riberach hotel with rooms in and above the old wine vats, a wellness center with hammam, sauna and an outside natural swimming-pool;

Domaine Riberach’s Michelin star restaurant  is set in the heart of the former wine cellar. It serves seasonal Mediterranean cuisine. The hotel  also features a swimming pool, private garden, and a large shaded terrace where guests can relax. The rooms have been uniquely decorated in a contemporary, Mediterranean style. and offer stunning views of the hillside and vineyards.

Mixhelin Red Guide

Michelin Guide 2022: – One of six new restaurants to be awarded a Green Star for its seasonal food and it’s commitment to ‘sustainable gastronomy’.  81 establishments received the award in France in 2021!

Riberach wine bottle

Domaine Riberach


Here the wines are IGP Cotes Catalanes ,based on Syrah, Grenache and Carignan grapes – and producing red, white and rosé wines from classic grape varieties

The vineyard and hotel lies about 20 miles west of Perpignan.

for more info and to check availability at this superb Roussillon vineyard hotel see Domaine Riberach

nearby alternative vineyard B&B: Domaine Grand Guilhem (Fitou)

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Domaine Riberach was set up in 2006 by four partners: Luc, Jean-Michel Mailloles, a producer in Bélesta, Patrick Rodrigues and Moritz Herzog (Austrian ). Karin Pühringer, Luc’s wife who is also an architect, should probably be a fifth official partner, especially as her family are significant investors in this 4 million euro winery-hotel project. Luc’s mother was born in Bélesta and still lives in the village. Jim’s Loire

  • Post last modified:March 25, 2022