Harvest is now underway at Château Léoube and after a warm dry spring and hot summer, we are hopeful for another good year.
One of the great delights of summer is sharing food with family and friends, enjoying long evenings in the garden whilst the grandchildren and dogs play nearby.
For centuries, dry rosé wine has been a staple in the south of France, where it is has long been considered the best wine to enjoy day and night beside the sea.
Preparations are now well under way for this year’s Summer Festival, which takes place at the farm on Saturday 21st May.
Chateau Leoube is set on the coast of Provence, within one of the most beautiful protected sites in Europe.
To help you prepare for Christmas Day, Château Léoube’s head wine maker Romaine Ott has put together some suggestions.
Château Léoube has a very special place in my heart and my husband and I are incredibly proud of the award winning wines produced from our organic vineyard in Provence.
The wine harvest is now underway at Leoube and it looks like it is going to be a fantastic year, with the hot summer producing grapes that are full of flavour.
The olive harvest season has just begun at Chateau Leoube and everyone is hard…
Rose Prince has written a great piece on Château Léoube, which featured in the Telegraph Magazine on Saturday…
Photos from Château Léoube.
Wisteria I was at Château Léoube a few days ago and the Wisteria was…