Located in the heart of Cotes de Provence, Chateau St Baillon sits nestled at a perfect intersection between the mountains and the sea.
Vines and olive trees have been cultivated here since the Gallo-Roman era, and today the estate stretches over 200ha of the Cotes de Provence appellation. Vestiges of history remain; from terraces erected by Roman slaves for the cultivation of vines, to an oppidum that overlooks the property, to a sixteenth century bastide.
Located at an altitude of 300m on rocky clay-limestone soil with blue marls, the south-facing terraced hillsides are in a perfect position to soak up sunlight during Provence's long, warm days. This allows for gradual maturity of the grapes, and a beautiful expression of terroir in every wine produced. Continuity of tradition and respect for the land is paramount at Chateau St Baillon, and all harvests are carried out by hand.