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200 years old, but as fresh as a rosé from Provence. If rosé often means summer and lightness, Château de Brégançon aims to stand out by offering wines of choice. Between land and sea, in this flowery setting, the estate is one of the references of the appellation. The requirement in the service of excellence. A few miles from the great blue sea, the v...Lire plus Learn more
200 years old, but as fresh as a rosé from Provence. If rosé often means summer and lightness, Château de Brégançon aims to stand out by offering wines of choice. Between land and sea, in this flowery setting, the estate is one of the references of the appellation. The requirement in the service of excellence. A few miles from the great blue, the Château's vineyards look out over the islands of Porquerolles and Port-Cros. Olivier Tezenas (seventh generation) raises wines that match this sublime setting: refined, subtle, demanding.
A family estate since 1816, Château de Brégançon has been able to preserve the authenticity of this unique protected site. It is in this singular place, with its immaculate château and its vines plunging into the Mediterranean, that the rosé cuvée La Réserve du Château de Brégançon has been produced for over 200 years. A know-how handed down over 7 generations that allows the estate to belong to the restricted club of the Crus Classés des Côtes de Provence. The art of rosé, but not only with exceptional red and white vintages. You will appreciate the elegance and finesse of the wines of Château de Brégançon with aromas of red fruits and citrus fruits. Benefiting from a microclimate thanks to the maritime entrances, the 52 hectares of vines are located all around the Château, on a siliceous clay soil, giving the wines a complex and subtle character. An estate that is always looking to the future with a conversion to the organic label for 2020.
You can visit us at the Château for an educational tour through our vines and cellar followed by an oenological discovery tasting of our different vintages. We will tell you the family story and you will then understand who Hermann Sabran was, or why our gourmet rosé is named after a pretty lady.....