Immerse yourself into the intimacy of the Château in total immersion, and discover our world in 360.
IMMERSION IN THE HEART OF CHÂTEAU FLEUR CARDINALE
The virtual reality experience is a unique immersion in the life of our vines and our cellar. It has been designed so that visitors can better grasp the spirit of the house and fully feel the poetry of this place that is Château Fleur Cardinale. By freeing ourselves from the constraints of time and space, it offers the possibility of entering the intimacy of our estate in a new way, while creating a strong emotional bond with our wines.
In collaboration with the French company WineVision, we have imagined two types of visit:
The first is a 100% online visit, which can be experienced with or without a virtual reality headset. It has been designed so that visitors can walk through all of our spaces and, from home, discover the estate in a poetic, fun and educational way.
The second tour will take place in the heart of our winery, which has already been awarded a Best of Wine Tourism in 2021 for the originality of its route. During this visit, our guide offers visitors a virtual reality headset to relive the highlights of the 2022 harvest, filmed in 360° video. They will see the teams working in the vineyard, the vat room, the barrel cellar and the experimental cellar, with the sensation of being at the heart of the action. It is a total immersion, as visitors see the spaces come to life before their eyes: it is designed to better grasp all the subtleties of our working philosophy.
We are launching version 1.0 at the beginning of the summer. Version 2.0 is already being written: it will allow us to continue exploring our universe through new features.
The WineVision team during the shooting – June 2022 // Copyright WineVision
The online virtual tour of the winery, which includes access to the entire estate, costs €5.
The virtual reality tour of our cellars costs €69 and lasts about 1.5 hours. It is private, for a group of 4 people maximum (from 12 years old) and is followed by a tasting of 2 wines. However, this experience is not recommended for people who suffer from motion sickness.
Behind the virtual reality, what guides us is the desire to share the experience of the place and our know-how, in all transparency. – Caroline Decoster