Château de l'Aumérade

Château de l'Aumérade

Acquired by Henri and Charlotte Fabre in 1930, the Château de l'Aumérade is the largest of the six estates of the family. The 300 hectares of vineyards are situated in a vast clay-limestone plain of Pierrefeu. Its terroir delivers wines aged since 1955 in the elite of Crus Classés.


Crus classés
Gastronomy Wine
Seigneur de Piegros

Cuvée Seigneur de Piegros - Côtes de Provence AOP

Light et bright colour.

The nose is elegant and fine with aromas of apricot and white melon. In the mouth, a great deal of elegance and fat.

A fresh wine, silky and intense with a fine aromatic persistence.

This wine is available in:


38% Cinsault, 62% Grenache.


Argilo limestone with spicy tendency

Mets & Vins

Try on truffes, veal, poultry and fish. With a Reblochon or Mont d'or and with desserts based on cream, chocolate or crème brûlée. Elegant rosé of gastronomy, it is also excellent on caviar.


Received the gold medal at Provence Wines Contest and Vinalies Contest