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Founded in 1770, Château la Bastide was one of the most imposing estates in the Aude. Situated to the north of the Corbières PDO, the estate covers 180 hectares, of which 60 hectares are under vine (70% PDO and 30% PGI).Lire plus Learn more
Château la Bastide is located in Escales (1120) on the Terrasses de Lézignan. In the North of the Corbières appellation. Our terroir is on quaternary clay-limestone terraces with large rolled pebbles of alluvial origin. Our wines are made with the greatest care from the vineyard to the bottling. New label: HVE3 (High Environmental Value Level 3). On 60 ha of vines, 70% AOP Corbières and 30% IGP Aude Hauterieve. Our 14 wines (white, rosé and red) are on the fruits and ripe tannins with the delicacies at the end of the mouth.
Chateau la Bastide has been exporting for more than 20 years and since 2015 we have been working on the French market in order to make our quality wines known to professionals and private individuals. Our estate has gradually come out of anonymity and we are very proud that the quality of our wines is recognized by true wine lovers. Numerous national and international awards testify to this relentless teamwork for more quality.
Sometimes you don't fall into wine at a young age, but the wine world catches you later. This is my case. Coming from very far away and having various jobs successively but always in the Languedoc. It is by the way of the kitchen where the meetings with wine growers took place in the 90s. I was head chef in my restaurant in Montpellier from 1991-2006. I started to build strong ties with winemaker friends before discovering and appreciating their wines. This multi-faceted world caught me later and finally forced me to be versatile and competent. Wine. This world of hard work and courage fascinates and attracts me. Beautiful encounters with other winegrowers remain in my memory. All passionate about their work, I was touched by their generosity of sharing. Today, being among them is a great pride for me because the value of teamwork remains paramount. Today our estate is one of the greats of the Corbières.