In the heart of Provence, the Château les Crostes vineyard is located on an estate surrounded by 220 hectares of forest on the heights of the village of Lorgues.
Between the 17th century building, the vines as far as the eye can see, the century-old trees and the olive grove, the property has everything that nature has to offer on its lands from the Var region.
It was the Count of Ramatuelle who, in the 17th century, built the Château to plant an olive grove.
In 1984, the property was transformed into a wine estate by Jean Didier and in 1990, the construction of the cellar and the aging cellar followed.
It was in 1998 that Château les Crostes passed into the hands of the Lademacher family, then in 2013 into those of the second generation; Claire & Felix de Luxembourg.
This family estate is rooted in clay-limestone soil, this vineyard of 55 hectares of vines is trellised and planted to enjoy maximum and optimal exposure to the sun.
Benefiting from the mild Mediterranean climate, Provence; land of enchantment with its vineyards and its world-famous wines and more particularly admired thanks to its unique rosé wines.
Château les Crostes is proud to offer a wide range of rosé wines, multiple times awarded, but also exceptional red wines, white wines and sparkling wines.
It is with great pleasure that our teams will welcome you to the caveau to help you discover the wines of Château les Crostes.