The large visitor center at the country's fourth-largest winery is housed in a former perfume factory built by Baron de Rothschild in 1925. (As of this writing, it is undergoing extensive renovations.) It hasn't changed as much as you'd think, as cosmetics made from grape seeds are some of the products for sale here. You can also find olive oil, vinegar, and yes, even wine. The production facilities are next door in buildings surrounded by towering palm trees. Reservations
are required for the 45-minute tour of the winery and barrel rooms, including a sampling of four or five wines. You can also do your tasting while having lunch or dinner in the restaurant that was once an orange packing facility. Or, you can simply drop in for coffee and cake.