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Chateau Talaud, Cotes de Ventoux – B&B

Chateau Talaud
Chateau Talaud
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Provence vineyard B&B – the elegant Château Talaud dates from the 18th century and is ideally situated in the heart of the Comtat Venaissin, historically a Papal enclave between the Rhône and Durance Rivers and the Mont Ventoux.

Chateau Talaud is owned and run by a Dutch couple –  Hein and Conny Deiters-Kommer. The Chateau’s vineyards sit alongside well-tended formal gardens, offering a seasonal outdoor pool and children’s playground. The luxurious rooms have views of the pool or garden and each room has a private bathroom with a hot tub and bath, with bath robes, free toiletries and a hair dryer provided. Wine Tastings can be available,

B&B Chateau Talaud is located in Loriol-du-Comtat (84 Vaucluse, Provence PACA), 20 km north east of Avignon, from where you can explore the riches of Provence and even get to the Mediterranean coast!

Chateau de Talaud wine

Château Talaud

The Chateau produces red, white and  rosé wines in the Cotes de Ventoux appellation, The reds are typically good southern Provence/Rhône styles from Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvèdre, and Carignan grapes.
Provence is best known for the quality of its rosé wines and for its warm, mild climate.

for more info and to check availability at this Provence vineyard B&B see Chateau Talaud

nearby alternative vineyard B&B: Mas du Tilleul at Beaumes-de-Venise

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There is ongoing change in the region’s grape varieties:in particular,, with traditional varieties such as Carignan, Barbaroux (known as Barbarossa in Sardinia) and Calitor being replaced by more commercial grapes such as Grenache, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon.Yet some traditionally successful local varieties such as Mourvedre, Tibouren and Vermentino (locally known as Rolle) have continued to be popular for Provence red, rosé and white wines.