Quality Wines at the Domaine du Val d’Iris Winery

Fans of good wine, listen up! Nestled in the heart of Seillans, one of the most beautiful villages of Provence, the Val d'Iris winery run by Anne Dor is famous for the quality and variety of its wines.
By Justine Fiordelli

Purchased in 1999 by Anne Dor, the Val d’Iris winery, a quality estate, now covers more than eight hectares. The wines are exceptionally good, original and attractive thanks to ideal growing conditions. Indeed the stony and clay soil enjoys the perfect dose of sunshine for ripening grapes. Red, white or rosé, you’ll find something to complement all types of dishes and satisfy all tastes.

On site, Anne Dor, a vet converted to viticulture, organizes throughout the year tastings and visits to her cellar. After making an appointment, she welcomes you with open arms and will introduce you to the immensity of her beautiful estate. The occasion also to taste the wines from the winery’s various vintages: produced on site and recognized by the Terra Vitis Charter, which requires compliance with organic principles in the cultivation of the vines.

Domaine du Val d’Iris
341 chemin de la Combe, 
83440 Seillans
Tel: +33 (0)4 94 76 97 66
www.valdiris.com
Quality Wines at the Domaine du Val d’Iris Winery
Domaine du Val d'Iris 
Quality wines.
DR, Domaine du Val d'Iris
Quality Wines at the Domaine du Val d’Iris Winery
Domaine du Val d'Iris
Quality wines.
DR, Domaine du Val d'Iris

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