|Type(s) of agriculture||Organic Farming|
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It is the dream of every wine lover: a beautiful property among olive groves and vineyards. The former estate of the Counts of Provence had a second life when Jean-Marie Paul took it over. In ten years, thanks to wise investments in the cellar and rigorous work on the vines to make the most of the land’s natural qualities, the house wines have forged a fine reputation.
With over 7,000 olive trees, Château Réal Martin produces its own olive oil. Another asset of the estate is the Auberge Réal Martin, a large wooden building surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, designed to accommodate receptions of 40 to 120 people.
Named after the river running through it, the Château Réal Martin is marked by history. Indeed it was the property of the Abbey of Montmajour, Arles famous monastic community, and then passed into the hands of the Counts of Provence.
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