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Your events at Domaine La Gayolle

For your seminars or work meetings

Domaine La Gayolle welcomes you for your professional events: seminar, work meeting, product launch or other, and allows you to privatize two rooms that can accommodate up to 20 people maximum, one room for your meeting and the other for your lunch.

The cozy and adaptable spaces will allow you to work in peace and have a high-speed connection thanks to the fiber connection.

In the same service, you will also have a lunch prepared by a Chef who is a member of the French National Academy of Cuisine.

Your lunch will be accompanied by the wines of Domaine La Gayolle.

Celebrate your Wedding at the vineyard.

Are you looking for a place with Provençal charm and timeless for celebrating one of the happiest days of your life?

Domaine La Gayolle, a 70-hectare wine estate nestled in the heart of Green Provence, will guarantee you an unforgettable moment in an authentic and peaceful setting.

Known for the presence of a Chapel dating from the 11th century and classified as a Historic Monument of France, Domaine La Gayolle allows you to privatize and benefit from all the space around the chapel surrounded by greenery, vines, remarkable trees, and truffle oaks.

Entrust us with the organization of this unforgettable evening so that you can enjoy your guests without worrying about the rest. Domaine La Gayolle will take care of all the logistics: the installation of a temporary setting, the dinner, and the arrangement of your loved ones according to your requirements and wishes.

Book your guided tour.

Travel to this unique and historic place through a guided tour of Domaine La Gayolle.

Accompanied by a guide, your visit will start around our four-hundred-year-old plane trees, classified as Remarkable Trees of France. Your guide will take you on a journey through the fascinating history of this family estate. You will visit the Romanesque Chapel of Notre Dame de La Gayolle, classified as a Historic Monument of France, which houses one of the oldest sarcophagi in the Paleochristian world, the mysterious tomb of the Roman noblewoman Syagria.

Your visit will continue with an explanation of the winemaking path that will take place in our cellar. To end your experience, a “privatized” tasting of our wines will be offered in our semi-buried cellar from the 12th century…

Tours are available in the following languages: French, English, Italian, and Spanish.

Activity available by reservation 48 hours in advance by email at the address: