Demonpère was born at the beginning of the Renaissance, and now it is reborn thanks to the will of Yves Journel, an emeritus entrepreneur, passionate about earth and wine. Château Demonpère is currently undergoing full renovation. In the meantime, the domain is already shining through the quality of its production. Red, rosé and white are reaping their first medals, and this is probably just the beginning!
With an olive grove of 17 hectares and 2500 trees, Château Demonpère produces three different organic olive oils. Very aromatic, Picholine admits a marked bitterness and pungency. Astonishing with notes of raspberry, Frantoio appears fine with a pronounced pungency. Finally, Ascolana is light, herbaceous, fruity, sweet and harmonious.
Still undergoing renovation, Château Demonpère has inherited five centuries of history, which you can feel when visiting the domain’s cellar. With its arches and old stones, the place built in 1492 does not lack charm and picturesque.