History of Château Saint Pierre

Welcome to a land of legend, in a vinyard steeped in history and traditions.

The known origins of the Château Saint Pierre date back to the 11th century. Recent work to restore the cellar has brought to light the remains of Saint Pierre's Church, wich belonged to Foulques, Lord of the Arcs. This priory was bequeathed, as well as its lands, in 1055 to the Abbey of Saint-Victor in Marseille and later became a rural properrty dependant on the parish of Les Arcs.

The vineyard today

It is on its incredible historical foundations that the Château Saint Pierre welcomes you to share with you an ancestral know-how of winemaking and vine growing. Currently, the vineyard covers 55 hectares along the Argens river to the foot of the Maures massif. Operated from the father to son for four générations, it is mainly made up of noble grape varieties with a designation of origin (AOC). Discover our different wines cuvées, wich have won awards over the years.


Respect of natural methods and traditional winemaking

Aware of the importance of the quality of the terroir and with the greatest respect for it, Château Saint Pierre has managed to conserve natural cultivation methods so that the vine can give the best of itself.

Traditional winemaking, combined with various technological advances has made it possible to achieve and preserve the main objective of the domaine, namely to maintain the typicity and quality of its wines.

In order to guarantee its quality, production is voluntarily limited. Each wine produced reflects the know-how of our winemaking experience and allow you to accompany all your dishes with finesse and flavor.

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Four generations of winemakers

Four generations of passionates have slowly built what is today the Chateau St Pierre. Their goal ?
Produce their best quality of Côtes de Provence wine combining tradition and modernity. Discover four key characters of our domain.

Jean Guido

At the biginning of the 20th century, Jean guido, owner of a vineyard at the bottow of the maures massif, bought Chateau Saint Pierre. At this time, Chateau Saint Pierre shared its activities between vineyards and fruit trees.

Alexandre Victor

In the 1940's, Alexandre Victor, Jean guido son in law, developped the vineyard by planting the grape varieties wich gave their reputation to the grands Crus of Chateau Saint Pierre

Jean Victor

In the 1970's, Jean Victor, son of alexandre focused his technical know how on the vineyards.

Jean-Philippe Victor

The current owner, Jean Philippe Victor, took over the family business in 1987.

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