Intoducing the Château Lamargue Winery
Between the Provence and the Camargue, at the southern tip of the Rhône Valley, the hills and plateaus of the Costières de Nîmes form a transitional region to the Mediterranean Sea. This region is influenced by a Mediterranean climate and Mistral winds, a characteristic that has a special effect on the area’s winegrowing tradition, which can be traced back as far as to the ancient Greeks and later the Romans. From the 73 hectares that belong to Château Lamargue, 45 have been chosen for a qualitative selection of its production. Dry, loamy soil with large gravel, deposited over thousands of years by the Rhône and Durance, characterise the vineyards of Château Lamargue in the Costières. Château Lamargue produces red wines from the Grenache, Syrah, Roussanne and Viognier grape varieties, as well as white wines and rosé wines.