A family-estate determined to preserve its ancestral values in complete
harmony with nature.
Set slightly apart from the Rhône Valley, in the South East of Vaucluse, the Luberon region enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate. This estate spreads on 400 hectares. The vineyard occupies 186 hectares on which only 60 hectares are used to produce Château Val-Joanis’s AOC. During the Quaternary Period, erosion phenomena caused the appearance of broad deposits of limestone and gravel, forming an exceptional favourable soil. The vineyard spreads over the hills, at attitudes from 280 to 499 meters at his highest point, the site of the plot known as Les Griottes.