Ambonnay FLOWERING, SMILING, WELCOMING
Flowering, smiling and welcoming. Its mediaeval past is still present in the heart of Ambonnay, with its alleys, pathways and blind alleys. One can discern beautiful winegrowers ‘houses behind the high gates. It is true that for centuries this beautiful flowery village has mainly lived from winegrowing, with Pinot Noir its predominant grape variety.
AMBONNAY City Hall
Boulevard des Fossés de Ronde
Open Monday from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and from 5.00 to 7.00 pm | Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9.30 am to 12:30 pm | the third Saturday of each month from 9.30 am to midday.
To see, to do
- Romanesque church Saint Réol of the 12th century classified as Historic Monument,
- Hexagonal fountain of 1853 classified as a Historic Monument of Second Empire style,
- Jean Rodez Square,
- Flowery walk.
Shops and services
- Bakery/Pastry shop,
- Post office,
- Market : Place de la Mairie | Fish market on Thursday afternoon from 2 to 6 pm | Fruit and vegetables on Friday from 8 am to midday
Wine and Food Fair – October