Le Viognier<br/> des <br/>Acanthes
Le Viognier<br/> des <br/>Acanthes
Le Viognier<br/> des <br/>Acanthes
Le Viognier<br/> des <br/>Acanthes

Le Viognier
des
Acanthes

The wine cooperative dates back 1937, right before the WWII. Its very typical architecture from Provence was made by a fellow colleague of Auguste Bartholdi, Henri Floutier, who used the very same stone as for the Statue of Liberty’s pedestal. This stone, called Lauze, makes the pride of Tavel’s terroirs.

Nowadays, the building is classified “Historical Monument” which makes the wine cooperative the only one in France benefiting from this classification.