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Restaurant La Bergerie *** - Portel des Corbières
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Restaurant La Bergerie **

Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières

Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières

Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières



Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières

Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières
 
Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières

Chef Jeremy Lefevre prepares his dishes with mainly local produce and seasonal ingredients. (Thézan Goat, Lamb Cathar, Honey Corbières, and of course the wine from Domaine de Château Lastours).

As the property of the Allard family since 2004, it embodies the encounter of the two passions that drive the family: an exceptional “terroir” to create great wines and extraordinary surroundings to accommodate your events.
Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières
Within the 800 hectares of the domain, the Château de Lastours vineyard is a very hilly piece of land where wer 100 hectares of terraced vines were planted. We urge you to come visit our cellar, taste and share our wines or participate in the oenological workshops.

The Château de Lastours has become a myth since it welcomed the participants of the Paris-Dakar and it is now unique destination that offers over 100 km of tracks for the amateurs and professionals of mechanical sports (4x4 or quad or buggy trekking, first time driving and training courses, trials).
  Chef, Jeremy Lefevre, the restaurant "La Bergerie" has honed his culinary skills by working in various parts of France. From the North, he was both Artisan Confectioner and worked the fish to Paris at Mr Jacques LEDIVELLEC.
Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières
At 36 years and over 16 years of experience in catering is the vineyards of Château de Lastours, Jeremy decided to settle in the Bergerie Restaurant.

You will discover a varied and tasty food such as Canellonni Lamb or warm foie gras and cappucine of chestnut. It prepares his dishes with mainly local produce and seasonal ingredients. (Thézan Goat, Lamb Cathar, Honey Corbières, and of course the wine from Domaine du Château Lastours).

Language(s):

Français - French - Französisch - Francés - Francese - Frans English - Anglais - Englisch - Inglés - Engels Español - Spanish - Espagnole - Spanisch - Spagnolo - Spaans 
Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières

Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières

Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières

Restaurant La Bergerie - Portel des Corbières
 
Opening Restaurant:

- 01 january to 31 december - From 12:00 to 13:30 and from 19.00 to 21.00
- Closed day(s): Monday - Tuesday - Sunday evening

Capacity Restaurant:
- Restaurant room, 80 seats indoor, 60 seats on terrace    Wheelchair friendly
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Equipments and Services:
 
  * Restaurant
* Parking
* Lounge
* Disabled reception
* Pets allowed
* Terrace
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- Corbières
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- Sidobre
- Terra Vinea - Portel-des-Corbières
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- Saissac
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- Le Sentier Sculpturel de Mayronnes
- Les Calèches de la Cité de Carcassonne
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Portel des Corbières


 
Château de Lastours
 
 
Château de Lastours - Portel des Corbières
 
 
A.O.P. CorbièresChâteau de Lastours is in the south of France, in the Corbières area, on an old Roman road known as the Via Domitia – which goes from Narbonne to Spain. A castrum was built on the route to accommodate travellers. The Castrum de Turribus later became Château de Lastours, in reference to the watchtowers that overlooked the Via Domitia at this particularly dangerous point. Château de Lastours has been the property of the Allard family since 2004. The family put all their energy and enthusiasm into making the most of their outstanding land. Their purpose is to grow great wines and attract tourists to this unrivalled location. The Château de Lastours estate spans 850 hectares of steep hillsides and deep canyons. The 100-hectare terraced vineyard is nestled in the middle. The estate has a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry, sunny summers and precipitation spread evenly during the other three seasons. The northern tramontana wind keeps the temperatures from climbing too high...

 
 
Château
de Mattes-Sabran
 
 
Château de Mattes-Sabran - Portel des Corbières
 
 
A.O.P. CorbièresA vineyard is made of parcels of vines in different types of soil in a particular geographic location in climate. These two factors define the soil that is part of a landscape and a region. Mattes is the place where the vines have been since 2000 years. In the Languedoc region of the Corbières near the Mediterranean sea where the domain extends over 615 ha seems to be the region of France where the mosaic of soils is the largest. More than 23 different soils were identified and they guarantee the diversity of our wines. Our 90 acres vineyard is composed of more or less 30 plots of 3 acres each distributed in two parts: The plain part called "en bas" near the Berre river with deep loamy soils is 27 acres wide. The AOP part is about 60 acres large and surrounds the house. It has two distinct areas: a very gritty alluvial terrace called " le plateau" that is very similar to Chateauneuf du Pape. The second one is more heterogeneous with limestone and marl soils . In this area , our plots are more scattered, to keep the best ones...

 
 
  Restaurant La Bergerie **
 
Restaurant Gastronomic
 
Domaine du Château de Lastours
11490 Portel des Corbières
 
Phone +33 4.68.48.64.77
Mobile +33 6.20.51.11.64

Email -
info@restaurantlabergerie.com

Website -
www.restaurantlabergerie-corbieres.com

Restaurant -
Menu: 35.00 €
Daily Menu: 20.00 € 
 
Service:

Pets allowedBike friendlyParkingRestaurantTerraceRestaurant, Bar
 
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La Chapelle Notre Dame des Oubiels - Portel-des-Corbières

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Sigean

Sigean

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Peyriac-de-Mer

Peyriac-de-Mer

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Randonnée
La Serre de Roquefort-des-Corbières

La Serre de Roquefort-des-Corbières

This journey from Roquefort des Corbières, long ago was close to our heart and it is time to do it before the summer heat has settled. The absence or rather the rarity of the shade and the water are put here. La Tramontane is also to be taken into account, although we do not find it extremely unpleasant. Under these conditions, this loop-shaped route will allow you to enjoy the scenery in complete tranquility from the heights. The clad yellow markings are present and well visible and precise. The start of the walk takes place between Cellier de Roquefort and the Café du Marché, at the mural. Go to the rue des Trois-Moulins and follow the Chemin Camin-del-Bosc about 300 meters. This route is also used for Le Sentier Cathare. Then take the Chemin de la Triolle to the right, leading to the exit of the village. The road leads along vineyards and passes into a narrow path surrounded by scrubland (garrigues) and fragrant pine trees, and then follow a footpath for a few hundred meters before turning left onto the Plateau Vabina. The progress will work well, the landscapes are amazing and soon one after another appears by following the path. Pastoral history shows itself well, which has to be placed in the context of time and seems to be well-helped by the idyllic landscape...
 


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de Peyriac-de-Mer

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