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The vineyard domain Château de Brigue started in 1970 as a family venture.

Following the founder Roger Brun’s steps, his son Fernand developed the domain and today, the third generation winemakers and brothers Jean-Michel, Christian, Olivier, and Frederic Brun carry on the tradition in this family owned estate of winery, vineyards, and olive grove.  Through the accumulated dedication and know-how of each generation, Château de Brigue raised to an institution of superior winemaking and one of the largest family domains in Provence.

The domain extends over 120 hectares (300 acres) of vineyards in the heart of sun basked Côte de Provence wine country along the legendary Nationale 7 road, between Aix en Provence, Cannes, and Saint Tropez in the South of France.

With 2,000 olive trees, the domain also locally produces virgin olive oil, rich in aroma and taste that brings Mediterranean flavors to a variety of dishes.

Château de Brigue is managed today by the four brothers who carry on the Brun family tradition of serving their Côtes de Provence wine to consumers for nearly half a century.

  • Jean-Michel is in charge of the vineyards

  • Frédéric supervises wine making process, oenology, and quality control

  • Christian is finance director for the domain and manages operations

  • while Olivier leads sales & markets development, and communication.

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Chateau de Brigue 




Brigue Prestige Rosé is the result of the selection of the best grapes from our 25 year old vines. The grapes are harvested during the night only, direct press and vinified in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature during fermentation.

Varieties: Grenache 40%, Mourvèdre 30%, Syrah 30%

Tasting notes: Clear and bright color. Smooth tannins with red currant flavors and characterized by a citrusy finish and crispy.

Food pairing: Brigue Prestige Rosé is ideal with grilled lobster, seafood and fresh grilled or stir fried vegetables.

Chateau de Brigue

Cuvée Signature

A.O.C Côtes de Provence


Varieties: Rolle 50% Sémillon 50%

Yield: 45 HL

Winemaking: Cold maceration of skins and juices (10 hours)

Soil: Permian sandstone surface

Tasting notes: Nose: Explosive, citrus, mineral. Mouth: Long, bold and fresh

Heritage de Brigue


Heritage red is the result of the blend of two exceptional grapes. Egiodola is the union of Abouriou and Tinta de Madeira. Arinarnoa the union of Tannat and Cabernet Sauvignon.

The grapes are harvested during the night only, with a first maceration of 9 days at 5 C°, then 15 days of fermentation at controlled temperature and a second maceration for 9 days to get the most of tannins.
It’s a natural red wine without sulphites.

Varieties: Egiodola 45%, Arinarnoa 45%, Merlot 10%

Tasting notes: Deep ruby red with purple hues. The bouquet is characterized by red berries. Full in the mouth with notes of spices.

Food pairing: It’s ideal with red meats, in particular an aged T-bone steak.

Bulles de Brigue

Sparkling Rosé  


Bulles de Brigue is the result of a new vision for Sparkling wines. Second fermentation in the bottle with grape juice only. Elevage on lies during minimum of 12 months. No added liqueur, Bulles de Brigue has no added sugar. The grapes are harvested during the night only, with a selection of juice during press.

Varieties: Mourvèdre 70%, Syrah 20%, 10% Cinsault

Tasting notes: Pale pink in color. Fine and persistent perlage. Delicate in the mouth with notes of red berries and citrus, and strawberries on the finish.

Food pairing: It’s ideal with scallop carpaccio, raw fish and Sushi as well.

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