Salonenque, Bouteillan, Grossane, Béruguette and Picholine… here, the great Provençal olive varieties reign supreme, revealing the very essence of this unique terroir, caught between complexity and freshness. Château d’Estoublon is keen to cultivate its difference to reveal the very distinctive personality and flavours of each olive variety, a philosophy rooted its agricultural know-how. This unparalleled requirement applied to craft high-quality products is regularly singled out at the most prestigious international competitions.
Excellence requires complete dedication over a lifetime. Château d’Estoublon dates back several dozen generations. The Estate’s history, often marked by wars, clashes and a series of frosts, is closely intertwined with that of the Vallée des Baux-de-Provence, and it is undoubtedly one of the most remarkable sites in the valley. Here, we are in typically Provençal scenery, deeply rooted in tradition and reflected in Estoublon’s rich and Romanesque past, directly tied to the turbulent history of the village of Baux-de-Provence and that of a terroir unlike any other in France.
Château d’Estoublon is a timeless spot; set in unspoilt natural surroundings, enhanced by the know-how of the people who live and work here. Their commitment to this land, these olive groves, reflects their determination to cultivate a certain way of life that is unique, free, inspired by taste and by the exceptional nature of the French Provençal countryside. Here, every olive is infused with this passion, nurturing its future.
Le Château d’Estoublon joined the Comité Colbert in 2021.
The jewel in the Château’s crown: The Couture bottle evokes elegance and refinement, and has become the hallmark of Château d’Estoublon. A carafe with assertive lines, inspired by the work of the great glassmakers in the perfume industry, serving as a showcase for single-variety olive oils. The alchemy between an exceptional terroir, unrivalled know-how and the flavour of a unique fruit.
In the heart of Provence, located on the southern side of the Alpilles, Château d’Estoublon harbours the heritage and even a few remains of the Roman history that is the region’s pride. Situated midway between Arles and Avignon, the Estoublon estate and its 18th-century château sit nestled in the sumptuous landscape that has often inspired painters and writers. Indeed, the Alpilles provided Vincent Van Gogh his most beautiful models. The Château has been completely renovated to accommodate prestigious guests seeking a certain art of living in its ten suites. Whatever your dreams or aspirations, they are welcome here. The château is a family home, a special place in Provence. It is one-of-a-kind, blending intimacy and freedom, shared day after day over 1,500 m² and 300 hectares of land.