Lafarge Joseph

Status : wine-tasting cellar, Wine-growers

Wine color : WhiteRoséRedSparkling

630, chemin du Grand Bois Le Grand Bois
71260 - LUGNY
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Wine-growing has been the family occupation since 1727, and Anthony LAFARGE represents the tenth generation working our holding in Lugny. We produce a Mâcon Blanc with grapes from Lugny's unique Grand Bois terroir. Tourists are welcome to visit our estate and we can provide accommodation (B&B, cask-shaped wooden cabins), meals (table d'hôtes, traditional dishes on request) guided tours of the vineyards and winery, and wine-tasting courses (by prior arrangement).

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  • De Vignes en Caves Vignobles et decouvertes
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Self-catering and B&B accommodation
Le Clos du Grand Bois - LUGNY


Last update : 04/01/2018


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From Vineyard to Cellar rate6 €25 €

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