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Domaine de la Vivonne, located on the hillside of the medieval village of Le Castellet, around the Building, is part of the flagship of the Bandol vineyards, where vines are planted in terraces. Benefiting from the AOC appellations Côtes de Provence and Bandol, our wines have been selected and awarded many times among the following competitions: Competition of the Indoor Winegrowers....Lire plus Learn more
Domaine de la Vivonne, located on the hillside of the medieval village of Le Castellet, around the Building, is part of the flagship of the Bandol vineyards, where vines are planted in terraces. Benefiting from the AOC appellations Côtes de Provence and Bandol, our wines have been selected and awarded many times among the following competitions: Concours des Vignerons Indépendants, Guide Hachette des Vins, Gault et Millau, and have benefited from several publications in the specialised trade press ("La Revue du Vin de France", "La Revue des Sommeliers", and many others...). We promote a traditional culture with hand-picking and bottling at the estate. In the cellar, we have a collection of old vintages dating back to 1979.
The "Domaine de la petite Vivonne", like several other former estates, takes its name from the owners and their successive characteristics. A domain run by a "little" woman, or simply because she was that "little Vivonne". The
parish registers of Ollioules and Le Castellet inform us that Anne Vivonne lived on June 1, 1670 in Ollioules,
and that she married François Brun that day. Vivonne's name comes from a family in the Poitou region, whose name was that of a village south of Poitiers. The total surface area is nine hectares, forty-five ares and ninety-eight centiares. September 27, 1926 - The Lanteri brothers share their property and it is to Pierre Joseph Lanteri that the "Colonna" part will be returned. Later, William Gilpin, Josette Lanteri's husband, bought a property next to his father-in-law's. The two properties, following various divisions, merge into a single domain, which will be known as "Domaine de la Vivonne". On September 2, 1979, the first vinification arrived at the estate, with bottling under the name of the estate, whereas until now the wines had always been sold in bulk to merchants. In 2010, Michel Benhaim bought the Domaine de La Vivonne from Walter Gilpin.