Château de Saint Martin

AOP Côtes de Provence | Cru Classé


Type(s) of agriculture Responsible farming / High Environmental Value (HVE3)
Activities Outdoor activities / Educational activities/discovery / Charged tasting / Events / Cycle path / Sale of local products / Visit the field/the cellar by appointment
Services Guest room / Vignobles & Découvertes certified / Room rental / Pic nic basket / Catering on the spot


Chateau de Saint Martin CRU CLASSE is a beautiful estate of 100 hectares of which 50 in vineyards, deeply marked by history. It is with the Romans who cultivated and left a lot of tracks that began the Saint Martin story. Château de Saint Martin became a wine priory of the monks of Lérins who built an underground cellar where the wines were kept until now. From 1740, Château de Saint Martin, in the same family linked to the French aristocracy, was transmitted from mother to daughter, and combines the know-how of welcoming and a range of elegant and refined wines.


Château de Saint Martin is an historical vineyard in the same family since 1740, which combines the know-how of welcoming and a range of elegant and refined wines: guided tours, tastings, business meetings, weddings, and guest rooms. Château de Saint Martin has an large wine tourism offer: wine tasting, guided tours, 5 guest rooms in the Château and offers many possibilities of places for receptions: weddings, incentive, private rental… Until 180 inside and 500 outside.

Original and unusual

Adeline and Renaud de Barry, owners of the Château de Saint Martin (XI generation) have bought in 2017 “La Liquoristerie de Provence”, the symbol of provençal craft, especially known for its Pastis P’tit Bleu and Acqualanca, also for its absinthe Versinthe, first absinthe created after the ban lifted of absinthes. They create the Maison Edme de Rohan Chabot, for a tribute to Adeline de Barry’s grandfather, who has the same name and was the only man who runned the vineyard in the 50’s. The Liquoristerie has a true legitimacy, and is complementary with the Château de Saint-Martin and promises infinite creations.