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    • It’s a family property since 1818, worked for seven generations of the Landat family.

      The «Domaine du Siorac» is situated on the «Route des vins» in the hart of Perigord Pourpre between the Bastides of Eymet and Issigeac about twenty kilometers south of Bergerac.

      The Domaine du Siorac : it’s know how and a good vine land
      On twenty-seven hectares, our vines plant their roots in our clay/limstone land whitch is the «Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée».

      We make the wine from ripe grapes in our chai and we bottle it her.

      At the «Domaine du Siorac», we give a friendly welcome...
      We give a warm welcome in our farm shop. Come and visit our property and be tempted by a tasting of Perigordin products.

      We can phone every day except Sundays and public holidays.
      Farm shop opening hours : every day, from 9:00 to 12:00 and 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

      Every day, you can visit the vineyard by appointement.

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  • Credit card accepted
  • Disable access
  • English spoken
  • Groups
  • Internet : WIFI
  • Parking
  • Pets welcome

Useful information

  • Tourisme & Handicap
  • Agriculture Bio
  • Vignobles & Découvertes
  • Vigneron Indépendant
  • Bienvenue à la Ferme
  • Guide du Routard

Location : In the countryside

Province : Purple Périgord

Wine : Bergerac Blanc, Bergerac Rosé, Bergerac Rouge, Monbazillac

Location : Siorac
24500 Saint Aubin de Cadelech


24500 Saint Aubin de Cadelech


Phone : 05 53 74 52 90

Fax : 05 53 58 35 32

GPS coordinates

44° 41'35.49"N, 0° 28'51.49"E

Traveller Reviews

4.5 sur 5 17 reviews

  • "Small estate, big wines"

    4 / 5 Reviews posted by Thomas B (Jacksonville, FL) on 09/07/2018

    Many of my favorite French wines, unfortunately, come from places small enough that I will not be easily able to find them in the United States. Of course that is a great excuse to drink them while I...

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  • "Tasting the wines"

    4 / 5 Reviews posted by Ina C on 09/08/2017

    Went here as the closest winery to where we were staying. It was great fun our French is limited and the lady running the shop was in a similar situation with English. We tried the wines and enjoyed...

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  • "Do not have the picnic lunch"

    3 / 5 Reviews posted by Chris D (Eymet, France) on 11/07/2017

    At 10€ per person the picnic lunch is basic and poor value. When we went there was a 4€bottle of wine to share and they forgot part of the meal. The value is bad and the fare is poor. Not worth it.

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