Nestled in a coastal bay in the South of France, the vineyards and olive groves on the Léoube estate are carefully tended by hand, using time-honoured artisan methods to work in harmony with the land. We like the beautiful bottles, very 'chic' on your summer tables.
This is the motto of the owners of Domaine de Léoube – one of the most beautiful protected sites in Europe and home to Château Léoube. Set in 560 hectares, the estate includes 70 hectares of vineyards and 25 hectares of olive groves, all devoted to growing the grapes and olives that make Léoube’s award winning wines and olive oils. Following a back-to-basics philosophy, they believe in strengthening the land’s biodiversity and natural defences by employing traditional growing methods and using only natural, non-toxic treatments. As such, the grapes and olives are all harvested by hand, in tune with the seasonal and lunar cycles.