Opening hours: 10h30 - 18h30 Weekly closing: Monday all day, Sunday all day,
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The Bellet vineyard is probably one of the oldest in france, planted back when the Phocaeans founded Marseilles. The wine Bellet produces is now known around the world.
Louis XIV, and later President Thomas Jefferson, and nearer again to our day Jules Romain, all favoured it. It continues to enjoy a high profile, being served on the finest tables, including at the Elysée Palace. Recognition for this local wine was officialised in 1941, when Bellet was certified an « Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée ». Greatly appreciated by connoisseurs, it goes extremely well with regional culinary specialities. The vines grow in narrow terraces called « restanques » made up of stones mixed with a very pale-coloured sand (pudding stone) with a few veins of clay. such excellent conditions bring out the best and the full maturity of the grapes in harmonious red, white and rosé wines. The vineyard is currently being converted to organic production methods.
An exceptional setting just a few minutes from the centre of Nice and the Nice-Côte d’Azur International Airport for organizing meetings in a quiet serene atmos
Built in spring 2015 on 2 levels, the building was designed around a gravity system to manipulate the wines with extreme care every step of winemaking. It is based on the iconic 19th chapel, now deconsecrated. The reception room of 300 m2 is situated above the barrel cellar. This semicircular room has an office catering and a cloakroom and toilet for guests. Surface: 300m² Daylight
Cocktail : 300 pers. Sit down meal : 190 pers.
Surface: 300m² Daylight
Cocktail : 300 pers.
Surface: 100m² U-shaped table : 40 pers. Sit down meal : 40 pers.