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Pierre Colbert has been at the head of the vineyard for about ten years. Trained as an engineer and heir to the estate's wine-growing traditions, he has been able to bring the technical progress and know-how that enable the estate to produce wines that are increasingly more faithful to their terroir. The...Lire plus Learn more
Pierre Colbert has been at the head of the vineyard for about ten years. Trained as an engineer and heir to the estate's wine-growing traditions, he has been able to bring the technical progress and know-how that enable the estate to produce wines that are increasingly more faithful to their terroir. The soil is mainly composed of terraces of rolled pebbles, relics of the Rhône delta, the Mediterranean balance with a strong marine influence allows the cultivation of various grape varieties: Grenache Noir, Syra, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Merlot, Marselan, Arinarnoa, Rolle, Viognier and Muscat sublimate the gardens of Château de Flaugergues. Today 10 fresh vintages by the early maturity of the grapes will delight you with their silky tannins and subtle fruit aromas. From a more technical point of view, Pierre de Colbert has recently set up 26 stainless steel vats, allowing a more precise and fine vinification of the parcels. The domain is in conversion to ISO 14001 Terr'Avenir.
The Château de Flaugergues was formerly, in 1696, "La Maison des champs". The residence has perpetuated this splendour for several centuries, preserving its vines, gardens and Tuscan style. The classification as a historic monument for 30 years and 2 stars in the Michelin Green Guide testify to the sumptuousness of the place. The Colbert family has been in control of the area for more than 320 years. In addition to the residence, the gardens, the recurrent events, the property houses a vast domain that deserves attention.
The Château de Flaugergues is a real wine tourism destination. Beyond a simple vineyard and tasting, you can enjoy the gardens, the botanical park, the architectural beauty of the listed historic monument and finish on a beautiful table at the restaurant Le Folia.