Rachel McKenna

No. 5 L’Oustau de Baumanière, Les Baux-de-Provence, France

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The three former residences that make up this secluded hotel have a Provençal feel and dramatic countryside views from their perch atop a craggy hill. The region, between Avignon and the Rhône delta, is known for its Grenaches and Syrahs, many of them organic and biodynamic. The cellar at L’Oustau’s Michelin-starred restaurant overflows with an astonishing 60,000 bottles, including L’Affectif, the local Grenache blend created and produced by the hotel’s proprietor, Jean-Andre Charial.

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No. 5 L’Oustau de Baumanière, Les Baux-de-Provence, France

The three former residences that make up this secluded hotel have a Provençal feel and dramatic countryside views from their perch atop a craggy hill. The region, between Avignon and the Rhône delta, is known for its Grenaches and Syrahs, many of them organic and biodynamic. The cellar at L’Oustau’s Michelin-starred restaurant overflows with an astonishing 60,000 bottles, including L’Affectif, the local Grenache blend created and produced by the hotel’s proprietor, Jean-Andre Charial.

Rachel McKenna

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