A forward-thinking wine estate in Provence with 300 years of history.

The Mediterranean rosé estate of Château Galoupet has existed on the map since the 18th century as a lieu-dit in French, a term that is used to denote a place or vineyard with its own distinctive topological identity. In this case, a precious Côtes de Provence ecosystem, home to rare heritage species that continue to thrive on the land that now grows high quality rosé wine. Early cadastral maps bear witness to an olive grove, an orchard and pastureland between the plots, as well as a water reservoir carved out of the hillside that still exists today. Cork was once harvested on the ridge from a forest thick with classic vegetation of Provence – holm oaks, stone pines, cistus, arbutus, rosemary, lavender and catmint – while Parasol pines shaded the path from the wine cellars to the coast. An historical map commissioned by Louis XIV and published in the mid-18th century refers to the area as "Le Galoupe" which subsequent cartographers evolved into "Le Galoupet". In over 200 years, the layout of the Estate has remained the same, although the property itself has changed hands 15 times.


While archives are incomplete, an early press release praises the terroir wines of Château Galoupet and the emblem of a previous owner celebrates the elemental power of the place: “a blazon of azure with a silver rock rising from the sea accompanied by two crescent moons”. The Provencal rosé wines of Château Galoupet have been acclaimed throughout the 19th century and in 1955, the estate itself gained recognition when it became a Cru Classé Côtes de Provence, one of just 18 in the region.
Organic young vineyard of Château Galoupet Cru Classé Côtes de Provence on a foggy morning


During the 20th century, Château Galoupet came under the management of several different proprietors, nurtured by some and neglected by others. We arrived just in time in July 2019, to revive the soils and promote biodiversity to restore the ecosystem to its previous glory after it had endured challenges such as wildfires. With an unfaltering drive to deliver the finest rosé wine, we knew we had to take action starting from the ground up to ensure its survival and longevity. Today, sustainability and biodiversity are in full throttle at Château Galoupet, Cru Classé Côtes de Provence.
Vines in organic vineyard of Château Galoupet Cru Classé Côtes de Provence in winter, with rows covered by grass and biodiversity


Cru Classé Côtes de Provence

Château Galoupet joins the esteemed ranks of the 18 estates designated as "Cru Classé Côtes de Provence," a distinction upheld to this day.


The renaissance of Château Galoupet

Château Galoupet is acquired by LVMH. Subsequent regenerative efforts in the vineyard, including replanting and better understanding of the terroir, establish it as a beacon of sustainability within the LVMH portfolio.


Launch of our first wine in organic conversion: Cru Classé Rosé 2021.

After dedicated efforts in the revitalization of the estate, Château Galoupet proudly introduced their inaugural rosé, transitioning to organic conversion.


Château Galoupet becomes the first organic certified wine estate within the LVMH portofolio.

Following 4 years of estate reconstruction, Château Galoupet proudly imposes itself as a lighthouse of sustainability.


Launch of our first organic certified Cru Classé Rosé

Galoupet proudly introduced its very first organic-certified rosé, marking a significant milestone in its legacy. As preparations are underway to reopen the estate to the public, visitors can anticipate a renewed experience infused with sustainability and quality craftsmanship.


After three years of tending the land, measuring life within it, and restoring the balance of these precious ecosystems, in spring 2022, we presented our first Provence wines in organic conversion. Year after year, as it thrives, we aim to reveal the splendor of this terroir in exceptional Cru Classé Côtes de Provence rosé wines, crafted, bottled and brought to you with steadfast respect for the environment from ground to glass.
Château Galoupet Cru Classé Côtes de Provence Rosé bottle amidst mimosa flowers


Our vision is to be the catalyst of constant improvement in humankind’s relationship to nature and each other by revealing the full potential of Provence’s terroir and biodiversity through exceptional French rosé wines crafted with the utmost respect for the environment. Beyond striving to deliver the finest rosé wine, at Château Galoupet, we aim to set an example for organic viticulture and regenerative agriculture – to be a lighthouse for sustainability for Moët Hennessy, LVMH, the industry and the world.
A view of the rich biodiversity and tall old trees of Château Galoupet Cru Classé Côtes de Provence Estate