The Château de Saint Martin is located in the heart of Provence, ideally situated between the Mediterranean Coast (Gulf of Saint Tropez at 25km) and the Gorges du Verdon in the North.
Welcome to the Château de Saint Martin!
Over the centuries, the estate has nearly always been passed on from mother to daughter. Each woman brought her own feminine touch that contributed to making their grand crus.
More than 2,000 years of history to discover!
In this privileged site, you will discover an outstanding natural and cultural heritage:
The remains of a Gallo-Roman villa, discovered in the 1990s, thanks to archaeological excavations.
The underground Cellar of the Middle Ages built by the monks of the Lérins Islands and still exploited today
The family castle built in 1740 and which has been passed on since then, in the same family, from generation to generation
A cultural and playful approach to Provence
Enjoy a wine tasting as well as Provençal specialties such as tapenade or anchoïade and visit the underground cellar of the Middle Ages. Thanks to a guided tour, you will learn about the history of the estate, its wines and of course you will discover how the vineyard changed through the centuries.
At midday, savour a special lunch made with fresh and seasonal products at the family castle.
Take part in a painting workshop!
Discover an ancient forgotten technique with a local artist, Lisa Mazzoni. The Vinorelle is close to watercolor. The paper goes from wet to dry while the polyphenols and the pigments of wine create delicate shades. You will learn how to paint with wine and experience a demonstration. Enjoy wine in a different way! At the end of the workshop, a little contest will be organised to choose the best painting!