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Domaine De La Source

Provence Winery Nice
Family vineyard that produces Nice wine (AOP BELLET), white, rosé and red in certified organic cultivation. 5 hectares in production and 2 hectares in young vines.
15 minutes from the Promenade des Anglais, nestled in the hills at 260 meters above sea level, surrounded by nature.
Our wines are sold all over the world and on the most beautiful tables in the world, it is a rare wine that is produced in small quantities, harvested by hand on plots that are difficult to access. The domain is open Monday to Saturday without appointment from 10h to 18h and Sunday by appointment. You can visit the vineyard, the cellars and taste our different vintages under the patio or under the olive trees in lush greenery.

Our wine
Grape varieties used Grenache Noir Vermentino
Wines prices €18.00 - €63.00 per bottle
Labels & awards
Guide Hachette
Guide Hachette
Vigneron Indépendant
Vigneron Indépendant
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DOMAINE DE LA SOURCE / VIN DE BELLET, Chemin de Saquier, Nice, France France

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  • Discovery of the Niçois vineyard and the organic wines of Bellet - Domaine De La Source - Winalist - Winalist
  • Discovery of the Niçois vineyard and the organic wines of Bellet - Domaine De La Source - Winalist - Winalist
  • Discovery of the Niçois vineyard and the organic wines of Bellet - Domaine De La Source - Winalist - Winalist
  • Discovery of the Niçois vineyard and the organic wines of Bellet - Domaine De La Source - Winalist - Winalist
  • Discovery of the Niçois vineyard and the organic wines of Bellet - Domaine De La Source - Winalist - Winalist
  • Discovery of the Niçois vineyard and the organic wines of Bellet - Domaine De La Source - Winalist - Winalist

About the people

Coming from an old family in Nice, Joseph Dalmasso, dairy feeder, in 1962 acquired the land where he was born, at 303 chemin de Saquier. This plot from which springs a source, will be ideal for growing flowers and vegetables. His son Jacques from the age of 14, helps his father in the operation and when Joseph retires, Jacques takes over the estate.
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Domaine De La Source only proposes visits and tastings:
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You can cancel your booking free of charge up to 72 hour(s) before the start of your experience. After this deadline, we invite you to contact us so that our teams can help.
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The price of Domaine De La Source experiences is €20.00. To find out more and book a visit and tasting, click here
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Visit the Domaine de la Source

15 kilometers from Nice and 45 kilometers from Mougins, the Provence Wine Route crosses one of the most beautiful wine regions in France. Nestled on the hills of Nice, the Domaine de la Source opens the doors of its vineyard to you. Come and explore this vineyard, one of the smallest in France, and learn more about the selection process and the cultivation of grape varieties. Complete your visit with a tasting of the wines produced on site, accompanied by homemade jams and local olive oil. A taste pleasure that cannot be refused!

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