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Visit our winery

In the centre of Rivesaltes village, on the magnificent allées Joffre, in one of our historic wine cellars, we have brought together our oldest Rivesaltes vintages. In this winery dating back to the beginning of the twentieth century, you will not only find our store of barrels, but also the amazing terrace where we age certain wines in glass bottles. We offer a guided tour followed, of course, by a wine-tasting.

Discover the magic of the Vieux Rivesaltes

No one could resist what we consider to be our crown jewels, our Vieux Rivesaltes! These wines take you on a journey to a world full of sensations, mystery and unforgettable discoveries. Due to the slow ageing process in barrels, demijohns and bottles, their notable oxidative, elegant and generous character is ever inviting. They have reached their ages without gaining a wrinkle and have only become more complex and improved with the passing of time. Discover this collection of vintages, each with their own distinctive character which you cannot fail to enjoy.

Stroll through our vineyards

We organize walking tours for you to explore the actual vineyards of Salses le Château. During the tour along the foothills of the Corbières, you'll set off on a path that runs between vineyards and scrubland. Our guides, who love this land so much, will enjoy sharing their passion with you.

  • Reservation required :
  • Price : 25 €/ person (10 € up to 12 years old)
  • Groups : minimum 20 persons / maximum 50 persons
  • 2 circuits are possibles : Vignoble au piémont des Corbières / Vignoble en bord d’étang
  • Duration of the circuit 3h – easy acces

Take the opportunity to visit the exceptional SALSES Fortress.
Built at the end of the 15th century, the building guarded the ancient border between France and Spain. Besieged in 1503, captured in 1639 and recaptured again in 1640, the fortress was finally conquered by the French in 1642. The Treaty of the Pyrénées in 1659 redefined the territories and the fortress then lost its strategic importance. Beginning in 1691, it was partially restored by Vauban.