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Thai Winemakers Association (TWA)

Wine Tourist Trail

Key Facts

GranMonte Vineyard and Wines
Distance to Bangkok Distance to Bangkok
What to see at winery Picturesque vineyards and Manor House that features a beautiful garden
and pond. ‘Montino’ cellar door and VinCotto Restaurant.
How to get there By car or bus on Route 2 ( Mitrparp highway) direction Pak Chong-
Nakornrachasima. Make a u-turn at the 2nd u-turn point after passing
the 36 KM post, then turn left on to Pansuk-Kudkla road.
Follow GranMonte signboards along this road for 11 kms until
Places of interest en route

Saraburi Province, Pasak-Cholsith dam, Sunflower fields, Muak-Lek’s
Seven Ladies waterfalls, or via Khao Yai National Park from Nakorn-nayok
and Prachinburi Provinces.

Best time of year to visit October-May
Places to stay Please click this link about The Guest House :
http://www.granmonteguesthouse.com
Other places of interest nearby

Khao Yai National Park, Pasak – Cholsith dam and Lam Takong reservoir.
Forest Hills golf course, Mission Hills golf course and Kirimaya Resort and Spa.

Local Cuisine

GranMonte’s very own VinCotto, the restaurant offers superb lunch and
dinner with modern cuisine style.
* Reservation is recommended. Phone (084) 904 1944or (081) 923 2007.
Also local and western style food restaurants in radius of 20kms.

Local Handicrafts & Shopping GranMonte’s ‘Montino’ the cellar door, offers wines and other grapes
related products; grape juice, jam, butter-raisin cookies, artificial orchids
from local artist, and souverniers, etc. Also Muaklek and Pak Chong local
fruit and food markets within 20 kms distance.
Other facts for visitor GranMonte offers year-round activities (ie. annual Harvest in February and Wine Festival in October) Visitors may check for all information at
www.granmonte.com
Phone (02) 653-1522 or 081-900-828-2