Everything contributes to making your discovery of La Commanderie de Peyrassol an enchanting interlude. Unspoiled nature, centuries-old vineyards, traces of a thousand-year-old history, a remarkable collection of contemporary art, exciting exhibitions… To allow you to make all these discoveries during a busy day, the estate offers quality restaurants that serve products from the estate farm and local producers. Two styles are available: a gourmet break at the Bistrot de Lou or a gastronomic experience at the Chez Jeannette restaurant.

An organic farm

Offering a varied culinary experience to visitors who often spend at least a day of wine tourism on the estate was an obvious choice. It was also clear that we should offer local, healthy, fresh, high-quality terroir products, matching the elegance and delicacy of the estate’s wines. Thus, an organic farm was born. The market gardening, spread over 5000 m2, aligns with the lunar influence and abundantly produces seasonal fruits and vegetables. The vegetable garden, in a poetic array of greenery, arranges supports for tomatoes, beans, and rows of salads, vegetables, and other aromatic herbs.
Around thirty hectares are dedicated to animal husbandry respectful of the animals and their natural development. Enclosures and wooden shelters allow each species to move freely. Organic feeding and strict health care complete the system to ensure flavorful and healthy meat. Nothing is left to chance.

The products and wines are present, but the art lies in enhancing them, combining them, and transforming them into tasty and refined dishes. Michel Portos, a twice-starred chef and named Chef of the Year in 2012 by Gault and Millau, has been entrusted with the mission of creating the culinary offerings at the Commanderie de Peyrassol.
After spending 10 years in major hotel restaurants in Mauritius, Nicolas Baubé longed to return to the tastes and flavors of his childhood. A native of Provence, Nicolas Baubé works daily in the kitchens, using his talent to enhance the seasonal Provençal products under the benevolent guidance of Michel Portos, a master of culinary skills.
Two dining options are offered to visitors to better accommodate everyone’s pace.

The restaurant « Chez Jeannette »

For a delicate gastronomic experience, take the time for a lunch or dinner at ‘Chez Jeannette’. Above the vineyards and beneath Daniel Buren’s floating rainbow flags, you will taste refined, seasonal dishes with bold flavor combinations. Its magical setting and meticulous cuisine make it a destination in its own right. Many now come to the Commanderie de Peyrassol primarily for a gourmet lunch or dinner, a sort of epicurean rendezvous.

Le Bistrot de Lou

During a day of wine tourism discovery, you can choose the Bistrot de Lou for your midday break, in all simplicity, shaded by the mulberry trees of the calade. Seasonally, the Bistrot de Lou offers chic snacking with its assortment of savory and sweet verrines. These tasty Provençal bites combine seasonal products from the market and the garden.