In 1996, some 600 vines were planted on the southern slopes of the Monteberg and the Kemmelberg as a trial to see if
the region and its terroir were suitable for wine-growing. It quickly became clear that wine-making activities had a bright future in Heuvelland, so that the vineyard was expanded to a total of 5 hectares, containing some 23,000 plants. In 2009-2010, a further hectare was planted in three separate plots, followed by yet another hectare in 2011. As a result, the Monteberg Estate now has an impressive total of more than 10 hectares under vines, good for more than 48,000 individual plants. A soil rich in ironstone, a location protected by neighbouring woods to the north and well-drained south-facing slopes all help to ensure that this is ideal winegrowing land.
Guided visit in the vineyard, didactical visit to the winegrowing company and installations, tasting room, possibility to purchase wine & b-products, parking car/bus, toilets, accessibility for disabled people, guided visit in another languages (French, English and German)
Picnic basket full of delicious 100% West Flanders regional and farmhouse products, to be enjoyed in one of the prettiest spots in the vineyard (prior reservation required).
|Taste: Eat and drink|
|Offer: Group trip|
|Offer: Family Trip|
|Offer: Visit vineyard|
|Eat and drink: Local products|