Are you feeling thirsty already? 🍷 Then let me tell you about the wine road of Bormes les Mimosas! This beautiful area boasts two different wine routes for you to explore – one that hugs the coastline, and another that winds its way from the plains of Bormes to the majestic Maures massif. Our vineyards are famous for producing exceptional rosés with deliciously fruity and refreshing notes, although we also offer a variety of exquisite red and white wines for you to discover.
Why not make the most of your visit and explore our charming cellars? You can sample our wines, soak up the peaceful ambiance of the surrounding countryside, and discover the secrets of our beloved vineyards. Come and experience the beauty and flavor of Bormes les Mimosas’ wine road for yourself!

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Domaine de la Sanglière

Domaine de la Sanglière

The estate boasts a stunning location, where the vines have been thriving for centuries, caressed by the salty breeze of the sea. The vineyards, arranged in neat rows, descend towards the coast, yielding elegant wines crafted with devotion. Set at the base of a picturesque salmon-colored bastide, the estate spans across 42 hectares, and is operated by the Devictor family. Experience the welcoming ambiance of this family-run estate during your visit, and relish a summer sunset from the elevated vantage point, offering a sweeping panorama of the Mediterranean Sea, as you savor a pre-dinner drink.

Domaine de la Sanglière

Château Léoube

At Château Léoube, we’re committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly practices in the production of our wines. We prioritize preserving biodiversity and ecological balance in the region by using organic and biodynamic farming methods. You’ll be amazed by the stunning views of the sea and surrounding hills, and can enjoy a range of outdoor activities while visiting the estate. Our wines are highly regarded for their elegance and freshness, which reflect the influences of the sea and mountains in their aromas and flavors. Come and experience the unique taste of Château Léoube wines for yourself!

Château Brégançon

Built in the early 18th century on a former Marquisate, of which the Fort now serves as a presidential residence, the Château de Brégançon is a renowned estate known for its exceptional wines. The vines, grown on clay-siliceous soil, benefit from a microclimate and maritime influences that give the wines a subtle character. To maintain the estate’s high standards and level of excellence, Château de Brégançon has made the switch to organic farming. The estate has been granted the prestigious title of “Cru Classé,” elevating its wines to the highest recognized rank in the Côtes de Provence appellation. The estate produces mainly red and rosé wines, with their high-quality white wines often considered prestige wines. Its history and picturesque location make it a popular tourist destination for wine tastings and tours.

Château de Brégançon

Château Malherbe

Along the stunning Mediterranean coast lies the 60-hectare Château Malherbe estate, comprising two distinct terroirs with exceptional qualities that set them apart from one another.

  • First, the Pointe du Diable terroir, located on the seafront, boasts multiple parcels heavily influenced by the sea’s strong maritime impact. Composed of ancient alluvial deposits scattered with quartz fragments, this terroir gives birth to wines with a distinct touch of iodine, offering a perfect balance of fruit and acidity that lends a delightful freshness to every sip.
  • The Malherbe terroir, situated on the slopes of Cap Bénat, boasts brown clay-schist soil and a climate that allows for harvesting concentrated berries, resulting in full and complex wines that pair exceptionally well with gastronomic dishes. The unique characteristics of the Malherbe terroir, specifically the presence of schist, bring minerality and a harmonious aromatic balance to the wines.

The property’s long and storied history includes “La Malherbe,” a farm of the Fort de Brégançon, which was cultivated with vineyards and a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and cereals. The orchard and vegetable garden harken back to this noble and peasant past, as does the ancient Roman well that attests to agriculture on these lands for more than 2000 years. Since 1940, the estate has been practicing quasi-bio viticulture, and as of 2021, it has achieved Demeter certification for biodynamic agriculture, highlighting its commitment to sustainable and eco-friendly practices.

Domaine du Grand Batailler

For centuries, the Domaine du Grand Batailler has been passed down within the same family, preserving both its fine wines and its antique treasures imbued with history. Situated on the heights of Bormes and adjacent to the eponymous campsite, the estate is managed by Maurice Courty and his family, who cultivate vines that have been thriving for two millennia.

Château Angueiroun

Château Angueiroun is an exceptional terroir spread across a total area of 120 hectares. The vineyards, situated on sloping terrain facing the east and near the Mediterranean Sea towards the bay of Bormes and Lavandou, grow on schistose soils that are rich in mica, quartz, and sandy clay. The Mediterranean climate, with its unique features, results in the creation of an elegant, powerful, and fine wine – a true embodiment of the wild beauty of this magical place. The estate is classified as AOP Côtes de Provence, AOP Côtes de Provence La Londe, producing typical wines that are highly regarded by wine enthusiasts, combining body, finesse, and character.

Domaine du Noyer – Clos Mistinguett

In the heart of the Massif des Maures, the Clos Mistinguett estate is a hidden gem for wine lovers. Here, you’ll discover a world of exquisite wines, ranging from refreshing rosés and robust reds to tantalizing whites, all bursting with freshness, fruitiness, and balance. Clos Mistinguett takes great pride in honoring the local viticultural traditions, and their use of grape varieties that are typical of the region, infuses each bottle with a unique and authentic flavor that truly captures the essence of the terroir. The estate’s charming architecture and breathtaking landscapes offer a picturesque backdrop for visitors to immerse themselves in the vineyard’s rich history and sample the exceptional wines that have earned the estate its prestigious reputation.

Domaine des Campaux

Nestled on the slopes of the Massif des Maures, Domaine des Campaux has become synonymous with the quintessential Provencal rosé. While the estate also produces delightful whites and reds, it’s the rosé wines that have put this winery on the map. These wines are bold and complex, yet elegant and refined, speaking the language of the terroir with every sip. Domaine des Campaux takes a sustainable approach to winemaking, preserving the local flora and fauna with every vintage. Grassing of the rows allows for a natural green manure, while mechanical work keeps the use of herbicides at bay. The 34-hectare vineyard benefits from ideal southern exposure and shallow schist soils, which are worked without the use of chemicals. In fact, the estate has been in organic conversion since 2018, highlighting its commitment to eco-friendly practices.

Domaine Sainte-Marie

At Domaine Sainte-Marie, the focus is on producing exceptional organic and biodynamic wines using sustainable agricultural practices. The vineyards face south and are planted on sandy, permeable soil composed of schist, micaschist, and white quartz. With gentle slopes and a hot, dry summer climate, the vines thrive under these ideal growing conditions. The estate takes great care to protect the environment by utilizing nature-friendly methods and reducing chemical usage. Domaine Sainte-Marie’s wines are renowned for their freshness and typicity, which reflect the distinct qualities of the terroir and Mediterranean climate. The estate is also recognized for its commitment to biodiversity and the well-being of its workers, making it a top destination for wine enthusiasts who appreciate natural and ethical wines.

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