A vineyard with accommodation in the heart of Beaujolais
Domaine de la Chapelle de Vâtre is a vineyard with guest accommodation in the Haut Beaujolais region of central France. Vâtre is a small hamlet built around a 17th century Romanesque chapel. Situated on a hill the property has spectacular views of the Beaujolais region and as far as the Rhône Alps and Mont Blanc on a clear day.
The property is just 18 kilometres from the A6 at Mâcon Sud and is an ideal spot to break your journey down to the south of France for a night or two. The local villages have a number of charming restaurants which specialise in the local cuisine.
The estate is owned by three English couples and managed by one of the owning couples. David and Christine Wilson will be pleased to welcome visitors to Vâtre, either for a short stop to taste the wine or for a stay. They will be happy to show you around the vineyard and the winery. Between them Chris and David speak French, German and English.
La Chapelle de Vâtre offers high quality guest accommodation in the refurbished 17th
century buildings comprising a two bedroom and two bathroom Gîte as well as three double, en-suite Chambres d'hôtes.
Vâtre can also offer, on a limited availability basis, a large self contained house on the vineyard, La Roche.
Vâtre produces the equivalent of about 75,000 bottles of award-winning Red, White and Rosé wines using traditional Beaujolais methods from 10 hectares of Gamay, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vines. The wine is produced on the Domaine.
Domaine de la Chapelle de Vâtre produces a traditional Beaujolais Villages AOC, a Fleurie Cru, a Bourgogne Blanc AOC, a Crémant de Bourgogne and a Rosé.