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Beautiful wine region, lovely family and amazing, authentic French experience

Our wine tasting and delicatessen with Claire was the highlight of our 3 day trip to the Beaujolais... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2018
Adele O
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Rockhampton, Australia
Ancient, authentic, confortable vineyard/chambre d’hôte in a picturesque corner of Beaujolais

Here in Boston we can get a little superior about our slice of American history—Plymouth, Paul... read more

Reviewed 24 November 2017
cbakerdavis
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Boston, Massachusetts
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Mar 23, 2018
“Beautiful wine region, lovely family and amazing, authentic French experience”
Nov 24, 2017
“Ancient, authentic, confortable vineyard/chambre d’hôte in a picturesque corner of Beaujolais”
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Reviewed 23 March 2018

Our wine tasting and delicatessen with Claire was the highlight of our 3 day trip to the Beaujolais wine region! She was so lovely and passionate about her family’s organic wine growing. She took us next door to the BnB into their cellar and we...More

Thank Adele O
Reviewed 24 November 2017

Here in Boston we can get a little superior about our slice of American history—Plymouth, Paul Revere, Salem witches, all that. We figure that, with almost 400 years under our belts, we’ve earned it. But try selling “history” to the Chasselay family in the tiny...More

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Reviewed 4 July 2017

What a fabulous evening! We arrived and got settled in our room, and then we went and met up with Claire. She taught us about her vines and the whole process she uses to create some very tasty wines. It was just the two of...More

Thank J J
Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

Lovely organic made wines. The wines are very unique. The owner, Claire (very Lovely and friendly) is passionate about her wines and a lovely host. A must visit.

Thank Jeff H
Reviewed 23 August 2016

We highly recommend a visit to Domaine Chasselay! The Chasselay family has been making wine since the 1400's and the passion, love, and family welcomed visitors with ease. We stayed in the bed and breakfast and our highlight was our time with Claire, one of...More

Thank catchingourdream2016
Reviewed 17 July 2014

25 km north of Lyon, in the ancient villages of "Golden Stones" in the d'Azergues is this 600 year old family winery. Christine has opened it to B&B customers who wish to visit to learn about the organic winery, taste wines and enjoy her delicious...More

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