All the vineyards listed have award winning wines and speak English.
Domaine de Garbelle is located just south of Brignoles and offers a good selection of award winning wines. Wine tasting is available throughout the year.
Domaine St Julien has 30 hectares of vines and a wine cellar open to the public for tastings. The vineyard is a few kilometres to the west of Brignoles.
The cellar at Chateau Margilliere offers regional products as well as it's award winning wines. You'll find this vineyard to the east of Brignoles.
Chateau de l'Escarelle is one of the larger vineyards in the Brignoles area, with 100 hectares of wines. The rose in particular has won many awards. Their wine is also available worldwide.
Domaine Saint Mitre has an extraordinary range of rose wine in addition to reds and whites. The vineyard is located a few kilometres to the north of Saint Maximin la Sainte Baume.
Further to the north of this region is Chateau La Curniere. The vineyard is to the north of the village of Tavernes, and they offer tastings and tours by appointment. They also make their own olive oil.
If you are staying in the Villecroze area, then a trip to the Domaine Saint Jean de Villecroze would be worth your time. In addition to tastings, there is a small 11th century chapel on the grounds, as well as walking trails.
To the south of Villecroze is Chateau Thuerry. Tastings are available throughout the year and a free guided tour followed by a tasting session is organised every Friday at 2.30pm.
Also close by to Villecroze is Chateau de Majouliere. Their tastings run from 3pm to 6pm on Monday, Thursday and Friday.
The tasting cellar and shop at the internationally renowned Chateau Real Martin is open every day from June to September. At other times of the year, call ahead for an appointment. The vineyard can be found between Barjols and Correns.
You can have a real day out at Chateau Fontainebleau, also close to Correns. They offer winery tours and educational tastings, carriage rides through the vineyard, guided walks, and a chance to match small savoury plates with their wine. All these activities have a small fee.
All these vineyards are open throughout the year and tend to be closed on Sundays and public holidays. It is always best to contact the vineyard before your visit to make sure they can accommodate you, particularly if you would like to take a tour. Groups are catered for by appointment.