Château de l’Aumérade

AOP Côtes de Provence


Type(s) of agriculture Responsible farming / High Environmental Value (HVE3)
Activities Educational activities/discovery / Tasting / Museum/cultural activities / Walking path/visit of the garden / Sale of local products / Visit the field/the cellar by appointment
Services Accessible to disabled persons / Area child / Vignobles & Découvertes certified / Catering on the spot


This great domain has been marked by two kings of France. Rich of a 400-year history and home of the Fabre family for 6 generations, Château de l’Aumérade is one of the most famous estates in Provence. Its cuvee Marie-Christine has contributed to the worldwide recognition of Provencal wines. Book your visit online


In 1994, Château de l’Aumérade opened the door to a remarkable museum of “Santons”- those clay figurines that depict the people, traditional trades, activities and costumes of Provence – fruit of the passion of Henri Fabre Junior. This exceptional private collection offers to discover some 1,800 figurines, dating from the 18th century to the present. A sumptuous ballroom can accommodate up to 200 guests for seminars, corporate meetings, weddings and other private receptions.

Original and unusual

In 1594, Henri IV ordered the Duke of Sully to plant in Aumérade the first mulberry tree in France, which was classified as historical monument in 1931.