Château Sainte-Roseline



Region of production



AOP Côtes de Provence


14TH century



Soil composition



100 hectares in production


Sustainable, with “Vigneron Sustainable Development” certification underway

Production Volume

530,000 bottles; 65% rosé, 20% red and 15% white

Varieties Grown

Grenache Noir , Mourvedre

Ages of Vines

20 to 25 years

Behind the Wines

Aurélie Bertin-Teillaud

Since 2007, Aurélie Bertin-Teillaud has headed the vineyard that her father, Bernard Teillaud, took over in 1994. This was also the year Christophe Bernard arrived. Christophe still oversees the winemaking and now works alongside Aurélie. Their common goal is to produce distinctive, authentic, quality wines.  

Exceptional Setting …

Nature’s treasures accompanied by a rich heritage make this domaine a remarkable site, featuring a Cru Classé domaine, the landmark Roseline Chapel and of particular importance in Provence a natural spring.

Dreamlike Environment

Located near such regional splendours as the Gulf of Saint-Tropez and the Verdon Gorge, Château Sainte-Roseline stands at the heart of a park filled with centuries-old plane trees and sequoias surrounding a pond with a natural cascading spring. It is in this idyllic setting that Saint-Roseline’s grapes flourish.

Tribute to the Saintly Roseline

The site’s stunning beauty is apparent from the entrance and highlighted by vineyard plots along the road leading up to the castle. All this began in the 10th century with a copious spring that enabled a hermit named Roubaud to settle there. Over the years, an abbey was built and the pious, generous Roseline, prioress of the property from 1300 to 1329, left her mark on the local populace. Ever since, the vineyard has borne her name, in her honour.

Papal Founder and Viticultural Showpiece

The site became one of Provence’s leading vineyards in the 14th century under the influence of the Bishop of Fréjus—who would become Jean XXII, Pope of Avignon. The vineyard’s history thus stretches back seven centuries. In the late 1900s, Bernard Teillaud took the property’s reins to make it a showpiece of Meridional winemaking—as well as an important artistic venue. Celebrated architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte modernized the castle, in keeping with the site’s majesty.

Ancestral, Innovative Domaine

The Teillaud family is not only committed to maintaining the domaine’s heritage, but is focused on the future with a view to continuous improvement. Installation of a gravity-fed winemaking facility in the cellar, for example, preserves the harvest and protects it from oxidation. This technique produces clear juices for rosés and silkier tannins for reds.

Local Taste

Through their love of the region, winemakers are naturally inclined to work with local producers and sample local specialties. The red Cuvée La Chapelle goes exceptionally well with lamb, the 100% Rolle white is a perfect fit with Saint-Jacques carpaccio and the rosés are perfectly suited to salmon filets.

Treasure in the Cloister

Visitors who have a chance to taste wines at the castle should also be sure to take a stroll through the cloister’s arches and discover an almost 140-year old Carignan vine plant at the base of an ornate pillar of roses!