History &

The heirs to a century-old winemaking tradition, the Audibert family has cultivated grapevines for five generations. Winegrowers from father to son, each in their own way, contribute to putting their passion at the service of the vineyard, sublimating an exceptional terroir through wines with a rich and complex character.

from father to son

At the end of the 19th century, Edouard Audibert was the first winegrower to invest in work to transform the former Lambesc post house, located at the heart of the old village, into a vinification cellar.
clément AUDIBERT
In 1913, his son Clément purchased Château de Calavon and its land, and continued the work started by his father.

Domaine du Pavillion
Crozes Hermitage


Le Jas des Papes

Châeau de Calavon
Côteaux d’Aix-en-Provence


With distinctive terroirs and histories, the Estates of Famille Audibert are linked by the common values that drive them.

Preserving the environment

Protecting the vineyard means being attentive to the vines and their changes. Throughout the year, meticulous care is given to the grapevines through the preservation of biodiversity:

  • Soil maintenance by mechanical weeding without using herbicides
  • Installation of beehives to encourage the pollination of surrounding species and thus the development of the ecosystem
  • Preservation of hedges to protect grapevines from hard weather conditions and soil erosion

This long-standing commitment to sustaining the environment is today reflected in organic agriculture at Chateau de Calavon and Jas des Papes, and the current conversion of Domaine du Pavillon.

Producing wines with character

The Audibert family’ wines have a pure winemakers’ identity. Similar to those who create them, these are authentic with character. They reflect the passion and stringency invested at each step – from viticulture to vinification – for creating exceptional, concentrated and structured cuvées.

Sublimating each terroir

What makes the alliance of the three Famille Audibert’ estates so rich is above all their uniqueness. Each Estate has its own geography, climate and soil expressed through three renowned appellations: Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Crozes-Hermitage and Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence. In constant connection with the terroir, it is an unfailing commitment to promoting the best of each estate through exceptional products.

This is a work that requires observation, patience and determination.

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