Château de Calavon
Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence,Vin de France,0
In the heart of the Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence appellation, the same family has been perpetuating for almost...
Provence, Côtes de Provence
The estate, located on the historic site that is VIA AURELIA is owned by the family...
Château Pas du Cerf
Provence, Côtes de Provence,IGP Var,0
A family estate since 1848, the Gualtieri perpetuate the trend that the estate should be...
Provence, Bandol,Côtes de Provence
Domaine Pieracci is now a domain that counts in Bandol. Become unavoidable by the...
Provence, Alpilles,Côtes du Rhône Villages,Les Baux de Provence,Méditerranée,0
A unique place in Provence. The Château d'Estoublon, an 18th century residence, is located in the heart of the town...
Nestled in a coastline blessed by the gods, in the heart of one of the most beautiful protected sites in Europe (Cap Bénat), the terroir of the Léoube wine estate, a mixture of schists and clays, is one of the most beautiful...Lire plus Learn more
Château Léoube is located in the commune of Bormes-les-Mimosas, in the Var. If Léoube, with its 560 hectares, sounds like a place steeped in history, it was in 1997 that, taken over by Sir Anthony Bamford, the estate experienced a revival. The estate has regained all its agricultural vigour by taking over the soils and plantations, in a logic of sustainability. It is indeed certified ECOCERT and applies certain principles of biodynamics.
Since 2000, the vineyard has been managed by Romain Ott. His philosophy: "To produce with love and gratitude the best that a land can give...". In Léoube, the objective is to develop the wines and increase their level of quality while maintaining the "style": a true, precise, fine, balanced and elegant wine, dedicated to the pleasure of each one.
The completely redesigned vineyard now covers 67 hectares, which will be increased to 75 hectares, and is based on a schist & clay terroir, in close proximity to the sea, which provides it with refreshing breezes. The vines are grown organically and the harvest is entirely manual.