Grapevines in Trôo have a long history since there is a document dating back to 1224 attesting to the presence of vineyards in the troglodytic village…
The Trôo vineyards had a very good reputation, but in the 1960’s, the last vines in the village were lost.
It was not until 2013 that a new wine-grower, Benoit Savigny, decided to bring Trôo back to its wine heritage by planting new vines.
The wine-cellar of the wine-grower, café and tea-room called the “ResTrôo“, is also a rich and unusual stop. Get into the depth of the tuffeau lime-stone or stay outside on a terrace at the foot of the troglodytic hill.
Hungry or thirsty ? This is the opportunity to try local products from Vendôme selected with care by the volunteers of Trôo Tourism.