Their two estates lie about two miles apart but all their wines are made in Fontlade. Thus, the Côtes de Provence comes from a plot which stands at the westernmost border of the appellation.
Their main products are: AOC Cotes du Provence: Aurelia Prima Rosé and White; AOC Coteaux Varois en Provence: Saint Qvinis White, Rosé and Red. Ermite du Maunier "old vines" Red; Vins de Pays du Var: Baronnette Rosé and red; Sparkling (traditional method): Baron de Fontlade, dry white and Mademoiselle de Fontlade, rosé.
The vines are planted on very pebbly terraces, with a good proportion of south or southeast exposure at a mean altitude of 30m above sea level. The area has a continental climate: hot and dry summers without sea influence and cold and usually dry winters. A good combination for the wine.
Tastings are free and take place in their cellar.You can purchase wine directly from the estate.
- Open Seasons
- Domaine De Fontlade Route De Cabasse