Vineyard Entre-Deux-Monts

Vineyard
Westouter

The Entre-Deux-Monts Estate nestles gently in the protective folds between the Rodeberg (Red Mountain) and the Zwarteberg (Black Mountain): in other words, between two mountains or, in French entre deux monts. The vineyard is the result of the combined efforts of three generations of the Bacquaert family: the grandfather owned the land, the father had the idea and
the son - a trained viticulturalist and oenologist - carries on the business today. Each year, the cool and capricious local climate challenges the passion and knowledge of the wine-grower to continue producing fine wines full of character: fresh, pure and aromatic. And each year the Entre-Deux-Mont wines continue to win prizes at wine fairs, both at home and abroad.
Since 2008, the wine has been vinified on site in an ultra-modern facility. The winery is surrounded by vines
and has a spacious and atmospheric reception area. The tasting room with terrace offers a fine view over the
rolling landscape of Heuvelland and the vinification shed.

Wine assortment: Wiscoutre Brut, Bacquaert Brut (Chardonnay and
Pinot Noir), Zientje (grapes, apples and elderberries) made according to the méthode traditionnelle. White wine (Pinot), red wine (Pinot Noir) and a fortified wine (Eau Devin)

Wine shop open for degustation and purchase on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 11:00 - 15:00 and on Saturday from 11:00 - 16:00.
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.

Theme: 
Gastronomy

Contact information

Location: 
Vineyard Entre-Deux-Monts
Rodebergstraat 69 , Box: A
8954 Westouter
Phone/Fax:
+32 57 40 19 69

Opening Information

Opening Period:
01/11/2016 (Openingsuren wijnwinkel)
  • tuesday from 11:00 to 15:00
  • thursday from 11:00 to 15:00
  • friday from 11:00 to 15:00
  • saturday from 11:00 to 16:00
Exception days:
  • Closed on 26/12/2017 (Sluitingsdag)
  • Closed on 30/12/2017 (Sluitingsdag)

Price information

Standard price: 
€7.00
Payment options: 
Cash

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