Located right in the middle of Provence, between Lorgues and Draguignan, Chateau Roubine is one of the oldest wine estates of France. Famous ever since the 14th century, the Templars yielded the property to the Saint James of Jerusalem Order in 1307. Its strategic position on the Roman road and its particular beauty attracted many visitors throughout the years. In 1953, the Ministry of Agriculture awarded the property with the “Cru Classe” title, a prestigious vintage wines award.
Todays bottle reflects the Chateau rich history; the glass is adorned with the Templar coat of arms, featuring a dragon and a lion protected by the suns rays. The vineyard is planted with 13 different varieties and has an ideal east-west exposure. Originally from Saint Tropez, the owner Valerie Rousselle and her team know how to use the best of Nature to produce top-of-the-range wines with a worldwide reputation.