It is one of the big names of the Saint Tropez vineyards. In Ramatuelle, a few steps away from one of the most famous beaches in the world, the Pascaud Gasquet family watches over the Château de Pampelonne and its vineyards. The soil is hard on vines, but wine is only better for it!
The Château’s park occasionally hosts country weddings under large white tents pitched in the shade of tall palm trees.
Edgar Pascaud is the descendant of one of the most famous family of Provence: the Gasquets. It was already part of the great Marseille nobility at the time when the Phoenician city ruled itself as a free city. This independence ended in 1252 when Charles I, King of France and Count of Provence, took over the city after decades of turmoil and rebellion. To conduct negotiations with the king, Marseille sent a delegation of his greatest gentlemen, one of them being Bertrand Gasquet.
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