The Provence vineyard, the oldest in France, stretches from the Mediterranean Sea to the Alps and is close to 200 km long. The climate is warm and dry, tempered by the sea, with more than 250 days of sunshine per year.
The wind is also very much present, with the famous Mistral bringing much-appreciated freshness.
The Chateau Terrebonne is a lush green vineyard set in the heart of the Var between Aix en Provence and Saint Tropez. The Chateau’s 140 hectares of vineyards are located on a rocky clay-limestone terroir. Bordered by the Issole river, the Chateau benefits from a cool climate.
The Chateau Gigery is located on the exceptional Cotes de Provence Pierrefeu terroir, one of the 5 most beautiful terroirs in the region. Sunny, close to the Mediterranean Sea and the Massif des Maures, the vineyard produces generous and gourmand wines.
At the foot of the Sainte Victoire mountain and the Cengle plateau, a magnificent row of olive trees lines the entrance to the Chateau de la Galinière. A hundred hectares of vines are grown here using organic methods. All the shades of Provence are to be found in this spectacular and sublime landscape.
With their infinite diversity of style, colours and aromatic palettes, Provençal wines are welcome at every occasion. Our rosé wines offer a clear, crystalline robe, the perfect balance between sweetness and freshness.
Our white wines are very delicate and fresh, while our generous red wines offer intense fruitiness. Each shade brings the promise of Provençale excellence.
A team of some 10 employees operate our 356-hectare vineyard.
Two oenologists are responsible for selecting the wines. They travel all over the vineyards and possess that precise knowledge of the terroirs that is required to develop wines of excellence.