Where wine and art live in harmony.
Spanning some 200 hectares, it boasts a wealth of history, including a wine-making tradition which dates back to Roman times, in a remarkable setting featuring vineyards, cypresses, stone pines, olive trees and oaks.
Inspired by this generous terroir, Château La Coste takes the utmost care of the soil and the natural surroundings by opting for an organic wine-making process, applying biodynamic principles and prioritizing quality over quantity.
The estate is also a marvel of contemporary art and architecture. A winemaking chais in shiny aluminum designed by Jean Nouvel, a minimalist art center in raw concrete and glass with reflecting pools imagined by Tadao Ando, an astonishing Renzo Piano glass-and-concrete exhibition pavilion all living in symbiosis with it's natural surroundings.
Sitting high on the hillside of the private domain, the property features 28 Villa Suites, surrounded by gardens, herbs and flowers and each opening onto a spacious terrace offering expansive views over vines and valley.