Our history

The origin

Le domaine

Abandoned following an unprecedented frost, we took over and put back into cultivation the land of our village, cultivated in the 1960s. 

These hills and terraces have seen us grow, over time, during the pastures of the herd.    In fact, we are both winemakers and goatherds (exclusively Rove goats), recognizable by their large and majestic horns (symbol of our label).

The unique aspect of our estate is reflected in the two micro-appellations AOP Palette for the wine part and AOP Brousse du Rove for goat farming. We have precise and rigorous specifications that allow us to offer you quality products.

The name Château des Trois Sautets best represents our domain, we are three brothers who have always worked together. The estate is located less than a kilometer from the famous Pont des Trois Sautets the origin of its name, dates back to before the construction of the bridge around 1655, it is said that it was necessary to make "three small jumps (or" jumps ") to cross the Arc. It also owes its fame to the illustrations produced by the famous Provençal painter Paul Cézanne.

A passion

This project is a family story, which began in 2006 when our mother settled down as a goatherd. It is through our parents that we developed this enthusiasm for the agricultural world.
The eldest, Thomas, got into viticulture at the end of his studies. Then Mathieu and Nicolas joined him, one after the other, to form the dynamic trio today in place.

Visit and Tasting

Come and visit the vineyard and its cellar as well as the goat farm. You will be able to discover our know-how throughout the visit and satisfy your taste buds by tasting the wines of the castle accompanied by our farm products Brousse du Rove AOP and Cheeses.