The diversity of the Rhone Valley bottled - Family Perrin
Located in the southern Rhone Valley in France, the Perrin family has been producing wines under its brand name Famille Perrin for decades. Meanwhile, the family owns not only the Château de Beaucastel winery, but also the Miraval estate in the historic village of Correns in the heart of Provence and the Domaine du Clos des Tourelles.
The history of wine-growing in the Château de Beaucastel goes back to 1321, when the then Pope Jean XXII brought four wine barrels from his cellar to Châteauneuf and had them filled. The Pope also planted new vines in the region. In the 16th century, Pierre de Beaucastel bought a property with a barn and built a manor house there.
With Pierre Tramier's handing over of the property to his son-in-law Pierre Perrin, who ran the winery until 1978, the wine growing tradition of the Perrin family began. Jacques Perrin then took over the father's estate and the land belonging to it. Today, the family business is managed by Jean-Pierre and François, the sons of Jacques Perrin.
They are supported by the 5th generation of the Perrin family: Marc, Pierre, Thomas, Cécile, Charles, Matthieu and César. In the Perrin family project, each member of the family finds his or her job according to his or her interests and talent, thus helping the company to succeed. The wines of the Perrin family are organically and biodynamically grown. They reflect the individual terroir of each vineyard. If you want to get to know the diversity of the southern Rhone Valley, you are right to try the wines of the dedicated family.
More information about Famille Perrin
|Company Name:||Famille Perrin|
|Street:||Route de Jonquières|
|Contact & Web|
|Telephone:||+33 4 90 11 12 00|
|Fax:||+ 33 490 11 12 19|
|Year of Incorporation:||1909|
|Company Owner:||Jean-Pierre, François Perrin|
|Cultivated Area:||Côte du Rhône, Tavel, Ventoux, Vinsobres, Châteauneuf du Pape|
|Cultivated Vineyards:||Château de Baucastel, Les Sinards, Les Cornuds, Les Christins, La Gille|
|Agricultural Methods, Cultivation:||konventionell und biologisch|