At the heart of Provence, discover the Alpilles terroir and a winery with a unique architecture…
On the outskirts of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, the domain of Château Romanin has flourished through time, below the ruins of a 13th century Templar castle.
The 250 hectares of the domain are located since 1988 on the northern slope of the Alpilles, with 58 ha of vineyard, 4 ha of olive trees and 2.5 ha of almond trees.
In biodynamics since its origins, the domain produces 45% of red wine, 40% of rosé and 15% of white wine, with traditional grape varieties from Provence, and winemaking skills allowing the wines to best express the soil of the Baux-de-Provence PDO.
The most impressive element of the site is its Cathedral Cellar, where the wines mature peacefully in optimal conditions: constant temperature, humidity, obscurity.
Mr and Mrs Charmolüe acquired Château Romanin in 2006. Regular visitors of Provence, they were charmed by the vineyard. Jean-Louis Charmolüe, from a family of winemakers who brought Château Montrose to new heights of excellence (Second Grand Cru Classé Saint-Estephe, Bordeaux), intended to bring Château Romanin wines to the highest level.
15 years later, Anne-Marie Charmolüe, pursues his commitment: to create outstanding wines from the Alpilles terroir.
Would you like to immerse yourself at the heart of the Alpilles? We welcome you at our cellar for guided tours, as well as wine and olive oil tasting.
Wine tours by appointment.
Visit of the cellar and the vat room with a tasting of 3 of our wines: 12€ / person.
Complete visit of the Château with a tasting of 5 of our wines, our olive oils and our Marc de Provence: 19€ / person.
Group : 12 people maximum
Every day throughout the year.
Closed on Sunday.
Low season (September to June): Monday to Saturday from 10am to 1pm and from 3pm to 6pm.
High season (July & August): Monday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm.