The sunny microclimate and the unusual soil account for Château de France’s unique terroir.
The Thomassin family acquired the estate in 1971 and has made numerous investments ever since. The vineyard was entirely replanted and the vat room and cellars renovated. This was all done with one goal in mind: to make very great wine.
Arnaud Thomassin, who came to work at the estate in 1994, is now the manager.
Château de France is distributed in France and around the world. Its fine reputation is an acknowledgement of its quality as well as the major efforts undertaken by the Thomassin family for over forty years.
Both the grand vin, Château de France, and the second wine, Château Coquillas, are produced in red and white versions.