Both Chateaux are part of Fabre en Provence, ambassador of six of the wines of Domaine & Châteaux of the Fabre family and of professionals around the world: 550 hectares of vines in AOP Côtes de Provence of which 112 hectares are "Cru Classé" since 1955.
Magnificent property of 55 ha, the Château de la Deidière was once the hunting lodge of the Counts of Pierrefeu. King Louis XIV gave the Lord the privilege of hunting the pigeon and built a magnificent Provencal pigeon-house by the arms of the Château: the knight's helmet and the 11 stars. This cuvée was created in homage to this emblematic building of the property.
Acquired by Henri and Charlotte Fabre in 1928, the Château de la Clapière was built in the 18th century in the footsteps of Roman occupation and then Templar. In an atmosphere of Garden of Eden, the vines of the castle benefit from the micro-climate of a seaside terroir, conducive to the aromatic generosity of the 55 hectares, of which 32 hectares of Cru Classé since 1955.