Mas de la Dame produces both wines and olive oils. The vineyard lies at the foot of the village of Les Baux de Provence and you can try their wines and olive oils throughout the year.
Mas Sainte Berthe offers signposted walks through their vineyard with information points telling you about the grapes and the wine making process. The cellar is open every day, and you can also buy olive related produce.
You can learn how to taste wine at the Domaine Dalmeran, in addition to simply purchasing it. Cooking lessons can also be booked, no doubt using olive oil that is also produced on the estate. The vineyard lies to the west of St Remy.
Chateau Romanin offers high quality wines and a walking trail through the vineyards. You can expect to pay a small sum for tastings. It is located to the east of St Remy de Provence.
All these vineyards are open throughout the year and tend to be closed on Sundays and public holidays. It is always best to contact the vineyard before your visit to make sure they can accommodate you, particularly if you would like to take a tour. Groups are catered for by appointment.