Chateau de Talu
The Château de Talu is a piece of France on Russian soil: French wine culture, French aesthetics in architecture and interiors, an exquisite blend of French and local Black Sea cuisine, complemented by panoramic views of the sea and the bay of the resort. Austrian architect Johansson Mücke was invited to create a 2-storey restaurant and tasting complex with a total area of more than 1.4 thousand square meters in the style of a French chateau. The chateau is filled with interior items with history. The furniture and decor were bought at the famous antique markets and auctions in Paris and the south of France.
Chateau de Talu is located in the city, but away from the hustle and bustle of the city. On the Black Sea coast, on the Thick Cape of Gelendzhik Bay, where fine wine from its own vineyards meets refined French cuisine, the philosophy of the wine complex is Art de Vivre – the art of living, enjoying the moment and not rushing anywhere.