The vineyard of this cooperative cellar extends over four villages around Bédoin, for an area of 1000 hectares including 750 AOC Côtes du Ventoux. The vines benefit from sunshine and the Mont-Ventoux protects them from the mistral. The Vignerons du Mont Ventoux offer a wide range of wines with excellent value for money.
Some examples of award-winning wines:
For red wines, the 2009 Gigantis earns a score of 91/100 by Robert Parker. Altitude 400 won the bronze medal in Paris and Argent in Mâcon while the famous Cuvée d’Enfer received the gold medal in Orange. The cuvée Elite is a blend of black Grenache and Syrah aged for 12 months in oak barrels. The Château’s rosé was recently awarded at the International Rosé of the World Competition and cited in the 2014 Hachette Guide.