Château Roslane, Meknes
Château Roslane, located in Meknes, has a large wine cellar, 700 hectares (1729.74 acres) of vineyards, and attractive gardens filled with blossoms, fountains, and seating areas. There are also several indoor-seating areas with traditional-Moroccan designs and décor. Visitors can see how the grapes are processed and turned into wine in addition to, of course, tasting locally-made wines. As well as producing several premium wines, including “Cru” White and Red, the winery also creates a fair-trade wine, which benefits the local community further.
The prestigious Château Roslane is the first estate in Morocco to be permitted to use the Château name. It is part of the expansive Les Celliers de Meknes estate, a large wine company that has vineyards in four different parts of Morocco: the top-class Les Coteaux de l’Atlas, Berkane, Beni M’tir, and Guerrouane. Guests of Château Roslane can taste wine made with the grapes from the different areas. Visits should be arranged in advance.
Château Roslane, El Hajeb Province, Meknes-Tafilalet, Morocco, +212 5355-20360