Château Réal Martin, a superb 18th-century bastide, sits on a hillside between Correns and Le Val, in a remote and preserved area of Provence. Formerly the property of the Comtes de Provence, Château Réal Martin is now a family-owned business run by Jean-Marie Paul, who became a winemaker because of his love of the soil and wine. His sons and the entire team share the same passion for their work. With their deep-rooted trust in the traditional Provence grape varieties, they allow nature to fully express itself and produce a limited quantity of wine that’s authentically Provencal.
Château Réal Martin’s annual production is 75% rosé, 20% red, and 5% white wines. The rosé is a blend of Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah grapes. It is light, refreshing, fruity, and crisp. The château produces approximately 12,000 cases annually.
91 acres planted in Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon, Ugni Blanc, and Rolle.
Tasting room on site, open year round Event/meeting facilities available