Château Gairoird is located in Provence, Cuers, twenty kilometers away from Toulon and the sea, halfway between Marseille and Saint-Tropez.
Built in 1734, the Château stands in a green oasis, with an abundant source. Olivier de Pierrefeu, fourth generation of winemakers, excels at producing Côtes de Provence organic wines.
Entirely Côtes de Provence, the vineyard (45 hectares / 112 acres) spreads in the Permian depression, between the villages of Cuers and Puget-Ville. The Mistral (northwest wind) blows strong and protects the vineyard of moisture-related diseases. Although undergoing the maritime influence, the climate is dry. The terroir is homogeneous, composed of well draining clay-limestone gravel, called "gravoches".
Renowned by the high quality of the grapes that come from it, this superb terroir sign the wines of Château Gairoird.