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Had not been for many years and boy has it grown. It is more than twice the size we rembered. A Friday lunch time and full with to large local partie. Deservedly so the coq au vin was Devine the buffet starter great and the...More
Whether you are planning wine tasting & a tour of the vineyard or just tasting & buying this is a real must do experience!
The full selection of wines from the Buzet region are available to taste & buy either by the bottle or by...More
French were driving up, loading multiple cases of wine and driving of in a steady stream. The appellation Buzet is virtually unknown in the USA. Whites are Sauvignon based and akin to New Zeelanders. Rose wine is dry, crisp with nice acid, and tends to...More
Les Vignerons de Buzet has lots of wines to choose from that are reasonably priced with very helpful staff that speak good English & only to pleased to let you sample their wines to help you decide what you would like to purchase.
We found this Wednesday evening tour on their website but is not advertised in Tourist Information offices. We arrived at 5.45pm for a 6pm start where we first learnt we should have bought the car rather than bicycles!! Fortunately we were given a lift for...More
Having visited a number of caves and similar in the area over the years, this was a very average shopping experience. Staff expressed no interest in serving us, shop is very impersonal with wine and foie gras being the only things sold, some others sell...More
I live 10 minutes away from Les Vignerons de Buzet. Excellent tasting wines, great selection. Le Lys, easy to drink and under €5 a bottle, Baron d'Ardeuil, slightly more expensive, but worth the money at just under €8 bottle. Plenty of gift ideas in the...More