The area of La Deidière is very rural.
At the time, the vines were planted next to tall trees and the estate had a pond and a fountain. It was a great place to host large parties and celebrations. The importance of the art of dining in Provence gave rise to great feasts featuring the château’s wines and wild game, hunted on the grounds. The terroir was full of treasures.
The history of the Fabre family and that of Château de la Deidière came together after WWII when Henri Fabre acquired the property in 1961. The estate is a living Provençal postcard that still offers diverse scenery between the olive trees, woods and scrublands, bordered by the river.