Côtes de Provence September 2021
Sale of Domaine de Mille Pierres
Sale of Domaine de Mille Pierres
Château de Brau changes hands
Mas Conscience changes hands
Stéphane Courbit buys Château d’Estoublon
Les Sources de l’Oppidum expands in Lirac
Clos de Lammas is bought by Rolf Elgeti
Château Deffends – Flayosc continues its growth with the acquisition of Domaine Gaudran in Salernes
September 2019 – Mirabeau Wine has acquired its first vineyard estate
Mas de l’Oncle, the rising star of the Pic Saint Loup, expanded in September 2019 with the acquisition of 10 hectares of vines in AOP Languedoc.
June 2019 – The Domaine de la Senche has been bought by a Norwegian investor. This transaction was led by Wine Objectives.
June 2019 – With this purchase, the renowned group from the Rhône Valley increases its presence rapidly in this emblematic cru of the northern Côtes du Rhône. The mission was entrusted to Wine Objectives.
May 2019 – Wine Objectives agency was commissioned by Les Grands Chais de France for the purchase of this sound investment in the Terrasses du Larzac
March 2019 – Wine Objectives assisted Mr and Mrs Jean-Claude Resseguier with the sale of their vineyard property in Cahors.
The Domaine de la Devèze changes hands
WINE Objectives sells the Domaine du Météore
The Domaine de Barbaroux changes hands
WINE Objectives sells Château La Borie
WINE Objectives sells Domaine Jean Michel Alquier
The Williams Chase brand buys Domaine Saint Jean de Villecroze
Mr Walter Butler buys Domaine de la Brillane
Château Le Deffends changes hands
Assisted by the WINE Objectives agency in its acquisition of Domaine la Brillane, on the threshold of Aix-en-Provence, the William Chase brand continues its expansion in the Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence.
In an interview discussing his role in Guigal’s acquisition of Domaine de Nalys, Adam Dakin reveals the market trends reflected in 2017 vineyard transactions (French only).
Marcel Guigal selects the WINE Objectives agency to assist in his acquisition of this flagship Châteauneuf-du-Pape property
Located on the edge of Lourmarin, Château Constantin is one of the flagship vineyard estates of the Luberon appellation.
Located in the Terrasses du Larzac, in AOP Montpeyroux,
In July 2016, WINE Objectives assisted Belgian investor, Mr Eddy Hartung, in the purchase of Domaine du Poujol located in the commune of Vaihauquès (34).
Château Capion, direct neighbour to the illustrious Mas de Daumas Gassac at Aniane (34), has recently been acquired by a Russian investor.
Located in the commune of Bourdic (30), the Domain Perdrix Lasouche was acquired during the month of April by French investors.
At the end of 2015, Domaine de Saint Hilaire was sold by Anne and Jonathan James to Nick and Lisa Kent.
Situated near to Rochegude, the Domaine de Roquevignan has recently been acquired by the Rougeot family from Béziers in the Hérault.
In December 2015 negociants BADET CLEMENT became the new owners of Domaine du Trésor at Ouveilhan in the Aude.
During this past November 2015, CA Grand Crus, the wine branch of the Crédit Agricole, has sold Chateau Saint Louis La Perdrix to the producer and negociant Vianny Castan.
Based in Tain-l’Hérmitage, the Chapoutier group has extended its range to Provence with the purchase of Château des Ferrages at Porcieux.
Les Grands Chais de France is currently in the process of acquiring Mas Belles Eaux from AXA Millisimes. GCF intend to expand their presence in the Languedoc.
Château de Berne, whose headquarters and wine-tourism centre are based at Lorgues-Flayosc (Var), continues to expand in the Côtes de Provence.
The Alain Jaume firm, whose headquarters are based in Orange in the Vaucluse, has recently acquired the sixty hectares previously belonging to the Domaine de la Grangette Saint Joseph in the Côte du Rhône appellation.
The Burgundian négociant has announced the acquisition of Métarie d’Alon Vineyards found South of Carcassonne in the Languedoc.
The Aubert family, owners of 450 hectares of vines in the southern Rhône valley, continue to increase their assets.