The diversity of the Rhone Valley bottled - Perrin family
Based in the southern Rhone Valley in France, the Perrin family has been making wines under its Famille Perrin brand name for decades. The family now owns not only the Château de Beaucastel estate, but also the Miraval estate in the historic village of Correns in the heart of Provence, and the Domaine du Clos des Tourelles, among others.
The history of viticulture at Château de Beaucastel dates back to 1321, when the then Pope Jean XXII had four wine barrels brought from his wine cellar to Châteauneuf and filled. The pope also had new vines planted in the region. Then in the 16th century, Pierre de Beaucastel bought a plot of land with a barn and built an estate house there. Pierre Tramier's transfer of the property to his son-in-law Pierre Perrin, who ran the estate until 1978, marked the beginning of the Perrin family's winemaking tradition. After that, the paternal estate and its lands passed into the hands of Jacques Perrin. Today, the family business is run by Jean- Pierre and François, Jacques Perrin's sons.
They are supported by the now 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 role according to his interests and talent, thus helping the company to succeed. The wines of the estates belonging to the Perrin family are grown organically-biodynamically. They reflect the individual terroir of each vineyard. If you want to get to know the diversity of the southern Rhone Valley, the wines of this dedicated family are the right choice.
More information aboutFamille 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|