Understanding the climate, vines and terroir. These wines are the result of centuries of experience in Provence.
Location. Dedication. Specialization.
The ancient Greeks discovered it: the Provence region is ideal for making wine. The terroir is rich in minerals, the elevation of the land results in warm days and cool nights. The Mistral wind that soars through the vineyards helps to cool and dry the vines, and grapes mature gradually over a long Mediterranean summer...
A fruitful partnership
In 2012, a joint venture with Count Guillaume de Chevron Villette brought state of the art wine-making techniques to Camparnaud. The nobel de Chevron Villette family dates back to 1189 and has centuries of viticultural experience in the Provence region. Today, the company owns the most modern wine making facility in the area.
All our wines are made using a ''tri-optique'', an advanced computer-controlled system in which all grapes on the sorting table are subjected to an optical analysis by using a camera. When grapes do not meet the defined requirements regarding color or shape, they are automatically removed from the sorting table with high pressure. The result? Only perfect grapes make it into our selections. Brief skin contact during maceration ensures a beautiful light pink colour, and by using temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks we let the pure expression of our terroir speak as much as possible.
Building a better future
We produce our wines with respect for Mother Nature. That means our production is sustainable, from vine to bottle. This certification goes beyond vineyard practises and also focuses on the way we treat our employees, partners and stakeholders.
"Terra Vitis" is a national federation of farmers, wine traders and industry experts governed by strict controls of production methods and techniques. Together we strive for pure products of supreme quality, while allowing us to maintain and secure our environment for future generations.