Domaines de la Croix et de la Bastide Blanche
“Cru Classé” wine from Provence since 1955, the Domaine de La Croix extends her 90 hectares of vineyards in a beautiful setting between “La Croix Valmer” and “Gigaro plage”.
In 2001, the Bolloré Group bought the estate, while in decline, and gave it its prestige after numerous investments: the vines where replanted and a cellar fully equipped with the latest technology was built.
Michel Rolland, the famous Bordeaux winemaker signed the wine assemblies alongside Diane Nublat, the Director, and Helen Sinaeve, the winemaker of the “Domaine”.
No wonder that the fruity and delicate flavors of the tannin are the trademark of these red wines, the “Eloge” vintage frequently receives gold medals in the competitions of Macon and Paris.
The white and rosé wines are their trademark, that of the peninsula of Saint-Tropez, which gives them their elegance and a mineral freshness. In 2016, the Organdi vintage, plot selection of the vineyard
for an «haute couture» Rosé wine, gets a luxurious case for an exceptional vintage.
Find out more at the boutique, the Bastide Blanche Estate, small vineyard a few miles away from Domaine de la Croix vineyard, between Lardier and Taillat headlands. The team makes all the efforts to make great wines and work without any chemicals.
This passion for wine, which the men and women of the “Domaine” wish to share throughout the year by hosting cellar tours and tastings for wine lovers, accompanied by professional advice about food and wine.
A conference room with a capacity of 250 people opening onto the cellars and gardens can be privatized for both personal and business events. Another reason to come to the Domaine de la Croix are the numerous events held throughout the season, art exhibitions, music aperitifs on Wednesday nights, picnics, harvest festival...
Production per year: 4800 hl
Vineyard area: 90 ha
Grape varieties: Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Tibouren, Rolle, Sémillon.
Red wine: 15 %
Rosé wine: 79 %
White wine: 6 %
All year round
Open during bank holidays
High season (July and August) - 10:00am - 1:30pm and 3:00pm - 8:30pm, 7/7
Mid season (April-May-June-September-October) - 10:00am - 1:00pm and 3:00pm - 7:00pm, closed on sunday
Low season (November to March) - 10:00am - 1:00pm and 2:30pm - 6:30pm, closed on sunday and monday
Wine cellar visits
Route des vins de Provence
The entry and the wine cellar