Where the mountains begin
The village of Meillonnas is a symbol of the Revermont represented by the hills and ridges of the mountains, the vineyards, Comté and walks in the countryside. It is also a typical symbol of the pride that the ‘cavets’ (locals) of Revermont feel for their villages. In the first foothills of the Jura mountains, a part of the château and walls are still standing in this ancient, fortified town. It is well known thanks to the pottery that was produced here in the 18th and 19th centuries.