Food | Vaucluse: nature cuisine and refinement à Sivergues

We don’t come to Sivergues by chance. You have to reach a winding road to reach this tiny village at almost 600 meters above sea level, because à flanc du Luberon. In the end, there is nothing left, except for green spaces as far as the eye can see. And an 18th century farmhouse. Becoming the Domaine du Castellas, it has been completely restored in a rustic-chic spirit, with a predominance of stones, bois and straw. The table, named after the year of the sheepfold, offers dishes served on long oak tables, sandstone dishes and silverware. The idea of ​​the house is to stay in this spirit of sharing, inherited from Gianni, the previous master of the place. The goats are still there, roaming freely. In this pastoral setting, Antoine James,

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