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    Mont-Ventoux

    Château Pesquie

    L’histoire des vins du Château Pesquié, c’est d’abord celle d’une famille qui a cru très tôt au formidable potentiel du Ventoux dans le Sud de la Vallée du Rhône. Le Château Pesquié est situé sur un terroir remarquable a…

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    Adresse

    Adresse

    1365 Bis Route de Flassan

    Ville

    Mormoiron

    Code postal

    84570

    Site web

    http://www.chateaupesquie.com/fr/welcome.php

    Geolocalisation


    Description

    L’histoire des vins du Château Pesquié, c’est d’abord celle d’une famille qui a cru très tôt au formidable potentiel du Ventoux dans le Sud de la Vallée du Rhône. Le Château Pesquié est situé sur un terroir remarquable au cœur d’une région où la vigne est exploitée depuis plus de deux millénaires. C’est une aventure sur trois générations commencée en 1970 par Odette & René Bastide, puis en 1985 par Edith & Paul Chaudière qui signent leur premier millésime en 1990. Depuis 2003, les deux fils d’Edith & Paul, Alexandre & Frédéric ont repris le flambeau et continuent désormais l’aventure familiale avec le même souci d’exploration et d’expression du terroir exceptionnel du Ventoux. Le terroir : coteaux argilo-calcaires et microclimat exceptionnel Au carrefour entre le monde alpin et le monde méditerranéen, le vignoble du Château Pesquié bénéficie d’un microclimat exceptionnel sur les coteaux argilo-calcaires du mythique et majestueux Géant de Provence, le Mont Ventoux. Le versant sud du Mont Ventoux connaît en effet un ensoleillement exceptionnel (en moyenne 8 heures de soleil par jour sur l’année et 12 heures par jour en juillet). Ce climat méditerranéen permet des conditions sanitaires optimales pour la vigne qui sont renforcées par le souffle fréquent du vent du nord, le Mistral. L’altitude moyenne de 300 m et les fortes variations de température entre jours et nuits permettent d’excellents équilibres physiologiques pour la vigne et renforcent couleur, fraîcheur et structure dans le vin. Le vignoble : une viticulture durable Le vignoble du Château Pesquié a un âge moyen de 40 ans avec certaines vieilles vignes de près d’un siècle. Animé par le souci du développement durable dès le début de sa carrière viticole en 1985, Paul Chaudière fut un des précurseurs de l’agriculture raisonnée dans la région. Le domaine est désormais en cours de certification en agriculture biologique avec une certification de dix premiers hectares en juillet 2011. Pour faire face au réchauffement climatique et obtenir une maturité optimum depuis quelques années, nos méthodes culturales ont évolué : palissage haut (jusqu’à 2 m en fonction des cépages) progressivement généralisé à tout le vignoble, amendement exclusivement organique, travail mécanique des sols, etc. Les cépages cultivés sont Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Carignan, Mourvèdre, Viognier, Roussanne, Clairette, etc… La vinification : une cave bien intégrée dans son écosystème Dans un souci constant de sélection et d’expression du terroir, la famille Chaudière maîtrise chacune des étapes de la vinification à l’embouteillage. La cave du Château Pesquié est construite dans le prolongement d’un coteau et s’insère ainsi parfaitement dans le paysage. Elle est recouverte d’une couche de terre végétale, qui sert de support à des plantations et assure une bonne isolation thermique. Une importante installation photovoltaïque couvre désormais sur 1 500 m² les toitures de la cave et du hangar agricole. Les méthodes de vinification allient fidélité à la tradition et techniques les plus modernes. Venez visiter le Château Pesquié Novice en vin, professionnel ou amateur éclairé, le Château Pesquié vous ouvre ses portes. Venez découvrir un site magnifique, sa bastide du XVIIIème siècle et sa majestueuse allée de platanes tricentenaires. Promenez-vous sur le sentier vigneron qui offre de magnifiques panoramas sur le vignoble, le Mont Ventoux, le village de Mormoiron… Vous pourrez visiter les chais de vieillissement et déguster une large gamme de vins ainsi que de produits du terroir (et notamment l’huile d’olive du Château Pesquié). Renseignez-vous auprès de Françoise sur les nombreuses animations ponctuelles : expositions, pique-niques dans les jardins du Château, marchés d’été, stage vendanges, initiations à la dégustation, weekend vignerons en décembre…


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      Château Pesquie

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      Adresse

      Adresse

      1365 Bis Route de Flassan

      Ville

      Mormoiron

      Code postal

      84570

      Site web

      http://www.chateaupesquie.com/fr/welcome.php

      Geolocalisation


      Description

      Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation


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        Château Pesquie

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        Adresse

        Adresse

        1365 Bis Route de Flassan

        Ville

        Mormoiron

        Code postal

        84570

        Site web

        http://www.chateaupesquie.com/fr/welcome.php

        Geolocalisation


        Description

        Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation Chateau pesquie An history of three generations of winemakers The history of Château Pesquié is the story of a family passionate about the Ventoux region. They recognized the region’s potential to make great wine and set out to uncover this hidden treasure. This family adventure lasting three generations began early in 1970’s with Odette & René Bastide, and then in 1985 with Edith & Paul Chaudière. The first vintage is born in 1990. In 2003, & Paul’s two sons, Alexandre & Frédéric took over the Domaine. They are continuing the family tradition to harness the potential of the outstanding Ventoux terroir and to make extraordinary wines. The terroir: clay-and-limestone slopes and outstanding microclimate Ideally situated at the crossroads between the Alpine and Mediterranean worlds, the Château Pesquié vineyards enjoy an outstanding microclimate on the clay-and-limestone slopes of the majestic Mont Ventoux, known as « Giant of Provence ». The southern slopes of Mont Ventoux are blessed with great levels of sunshine (an annual average of 8 hours of sunshine per day with up to 12 hours per day in July). This mediterranean climate reinforced by the Mistral, the frequent northern wind, is ideal for the cultivation of healthy vines. The average altitude of 300 meters and the difference of temperature between days and nights create excellent physiological balance in the vines and add colour, natural acidity and tannins. In the vineyards: sustainable vine cultivation and organic farming The vines are an average of 40 years old. Some were planted a century ago. Prompted by a concern for sustainable development since he began cultivating vines in 1985, Paul Chaudière immediately became involved in sustainable farming. Today we are converting to organic farming and our first 10 hectares have been certified since July 2011. To face global warming and to get the best maturity, our farming methods have been evolving for some years : high trellising (1.70m) progressively adapted to the whole vineyard, exclusively organic soil improvement, soil tilling on and under each row, etc… The grape varieties are : grenache, syrah, cinsault, carignan, mourvèdre, roussanne, viognier, clairette, etc. In the winery : A well-integrated cellar into its ecosystem Driven by a meticulous dedication to selection and expression of terroir, the Chaudière family controls every stage in the process, from vinification to bottling. The Château Pesquié cellars are built as an extension from a slope and are thus perfectly integrated into the landscape. They are covered in a layer of topsoil that has been well planted and provides good heat insulation. A significant photovoltaic project has started in July 2011. Winemaking methods combine fidelity to tradition with the latest techniques. Visit Château Pesquié Whatever your wine culture might be, Chateau Pesquié will be very happy to receive you at the winery. You are welcome to discover a gorgeous site, with its Provençal Chateau from the XVIII° century and its majestic driveway. Have a walk among the vines following our “vintner path”: you will enjoy beautiful views of the Ventoux mountain, the village of Mormoiron, etc… Visit the ageing cellar and taste a large range of wines and terroir products (among which the olive oil of the estate). Contact Françoise to get to know the program of our numerous events: exhibitions, picnics in the garden of the Château, markets in the summer, harvest course, initiation


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