An estate steeped in History

An estate steeped in History because during the time of Louis XIV, the château belonged to the Count of La Deidière of Pierrefeu. The King gave him the royal privilege to hunt and breed pigeons. He then built a Provençal dovecote bearing the family’s coat of arms.

Pigeonnier du Château de la Deidière

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.

An environment conducive

Le Château de la Deidière est un environnement propice à la biodiversité
La richesse et la diversité du territoire de la Deidière offrent un abri de choix pour les différentes espèces végétales et animales, notamment pour les abeilles installées sur le domaine
An ideal terroir for rosés

Château de la Deidière's terroir borders the towns of Pierrefeu-du-Var, Puget-Ville and Cuers on 55 hectares.

Puget-Ville is known for its red wines and Pierrefeu-du-Var for its rosés. Château de la Deidière enjoys an ideal location. Here, several grape varieties grow in harmony: Cinsault, Syrah, Rolle and Grenache. These vineyards were planted more than 20 years ago and are thriving today.
The Fabre family are committed to offering high quality wines and focus on the respect of their environment.

As a result of this commitment, their olive trees have been awarded the Ecocert Label and their vines are grown using ultra-sustainable farming methods. For example, cover crops are also used, favouring soil biodiversity. The richness and diversity of the area of La Deidière offer an ideal habitat for different plant and animal species, especially for bees living on the estate.

The estate is located on the “chalky” soils of Provence.
The Mesozoic Era left us with "limestone gravel" allowing the vines to dig deep through the soil, at the clay layer, to find the moisture they need to grow.

Le terroir calcaire permet à la vigne de trouver en profondeur l'humidité nécessaire à son alimentation

Our wines

Rosés of the inner valley are wines of character. They are powerful, concentrated and a little spicy. The terroir’s unique character is fully expressed in Château de la Deidière’s rosé and in the cuvée du Pigeonnier.

Cuvée Château de la Deidière rosé
Tradition Wine

Cuvée Château de la Deidière

Cuvée Château de la Deidière rosé

Soft pink powdered hue.This estate’s rosés unveil fresh and a straight nose with blueberry notes. The mouth is
wellrounded with blackberry notes, a pleasant balance between acidity and fatness.

AOP Côtes de Provence - Rosé 2013
Tradition Wine

Château de la Deidière - Le Pigeonnier

AOP Côtes de Provence - Rosé 2013

Cette magnifique propriété de 55 hectares fut jadis, le rendez-vous de chasse des Comtes de Pierrefeu. Le Roi Louis XIV donna au Seigneur le privilège de chasser le pigeon et fit ériger un magnifique pigeonnier provençal qui inspira la création de cette cuvée.