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The Estate

Lifestyle and art around wine

In the heart of Provence, in the Luberon Natural Park, a Unesco biosphere reserve, the Peyre estate is an essential wine tourism venue in the region today.
In addition to producing AOP Luberon, AOP Ventoux and IGP Méditerranée wines, it offers numerous events throughout the year, it has charming gîtes, an art trail, and organises weddings, seminars, tasting sessions and other events.


For nearly 10 years we have been passionate about making life more beautiful by creating inspiring and meaningful tasting experiences, but also by creating the best conditions to connect with our customers and our teams.
When we took over this property in 2012, we immediately invested in its renovation, favoring local craftsmen, creating charming gites, reception rooms, wine cellar in order to produce a wine that highlights our terroir, renovating the chapel, installing works of art and we invested in the restructuring of the vineyard. Today, we continue to work in an environmentally friendly way. It is with the approach of sustainable viticulture, protecting the fauna, preserving biodiversity, respecting the natural balance between the wooded areas and the vineyard plots, (grassing between the rows of vines, restoring the restanques, planting trees of different species, absence of herbicides, use of organic fertilizers), that we have obtained the HVE CERTIFICATION (High Environmental Value). We are going even further on the carbon footprint with very light bottles, the use of “eco-responsible” paper for our labels and corks that have a negative carbon footprint. And for the 2020 vintage, we have created our first SULPHITE-FREE wine of which we are particularly proud!
At the same time, we intend to practice a sustainable,wine tourism, committed to the preservation of the human, cultural and viticultural heritage of our region.
So many little things that make our life more beautiful and that, we hope, will also make your life more beautiful!

Wine resort

With its 35 hectares of woodland and vineyards surrounding its 18th century fortified farmhouse and its fully renovated 9th century chapel, the Peyre estate offers unique experiences all year roun
It’s up to you to choose your program, between lounging around the wimming pool, wine tasting, discovering the life of a wine estate or taking advantage of the many activities available in the surrounding area, which is full of unusual or historic places to discover. To be discovered with friends, family, for professional meetings, for product launches or for events in a chic and Provencal setting.


It is for the quality of its services, of its welcome, for the diversity of the activities created at the estate, that the Domaine des Peyre received from Inter Rhône and Atout France the highly coveted ” DISTINCTION OENOTOURISME “.
At the same time, the winery has been awarded the “three vine leaves” label for its respect of the quality charter “Vallée du Rhône, Terroirs d’accueil”! The maximum distinction there too. It is also a member of “ Vignobles et découvertes.”



On the edge of the via Domitia (the oldest road built in France), the farm, once called a “bastide” and now called an “estate”, has always been an important place in the life of the region.
The presence of the Chapel of Saint Peyre (formerly San Peyre) on the estate, coins, statuettes, and dolia found during the work on the soil, bear witness to this: “when we bought this estate, we had to do everything we could to restore this site to its former glory, a true heritage of the Luberon,” explain Patricia Alexandre and Georges Antoun, the owners of the estate.
Archaeological excavations, thanks to the research work carried out by Patrick de Michèle’s team (SADV archaeologist), have revealed the progressive construction of the estate on the remains of a Roman villa.

A revival

This 18th century farmhouse was falling apart, and it took two years of work for it to regain its luster. A considerable amount of work was required to renovate the buildings, build the wine storehouse and restructure the vineyard…
When Georges Antoun and Patricia Alexandre arrived in June 2012, they found poorly maintained vines, no production tools, unhealthy buildings and the chapel transformed into a storage area for agricultural equipment.
A total restructuring of the vineyard was necessary: renovation of the buildings, construction of a wine-making cellar, uprooting and planting of new plots, new ways of working allowed the estate to regain all its splendor in order to produce very high quality terroir wines.



After 10 years at the head of Gault Millau, Patricia Alexandre, food and wine journalist, and Georges Antoun, president of the New Hotel group, have brought the estate back to life since 2015. Today, very involved in the evolution of the estate, they are very pleased with this crazy adventure.

A team effort

The success is necessarily collective: a team of young, motivated and competent employees work all year round around Patricia Alexandre and Georges Antoun in the vineyards as well as in the cellar to carry out a demanding job while remaining invested in the quality of the reception of the customers in the cottages, in the cellar for the tastings and in the estate in general for the privatizations and various events.



The wines of the Domaine des Peyre – in the Ventoux, Luberon and Indication Géographique Méditerranée appellations – are truly pleasurable wines, full of fruit, finesse and freshness, made from a very beautiful terroir and worked with the utmost respect for nature and the identity of the land. Wines that you want to share, wines that smell the south. Wines that are easy to drink, well rooted in tradition but made with modern production tools that allow us to control the organoleptic quality of the wines. A production of approximately 120,000 bottles per year. A vineyard rich in its differences, with traditional Rhone Valley grape varieties, but with some century-old vines.

Saint Peyre Chapel

Set in the middle of the vineyards, dominating the estate and offering a magnificent view of the Luberon and the Alpilles, the San Peyre chapel was in an impressive state of decay. Plundered, it had long been an emblematic place of the village of Robion. The heritage it represented for the region led Georges Antoun to invest in its renovation with passion, thanks to the enthusiastic advice of Patrick de Michèle (SADV archaeologist) who likes to point out that “Installed in front of the passage of the Domitian way, formerly the Heraclean way, where Hercules would have passed to accomplish his famous works, the chapel building was originally an ancient funeral monument. At the end of the Roman Empire, and during the early Christian period, a chapel was erected (Paleochristian period). The perfectly restored architecture that we know today dates from the 12th century on ancient foundations and from the 9th century.”

Jazz & Wine

The Domaine des Peyre is also a place for convivial jazz evenings every summer. Events hosted by talented musicians, which allow visitors to sit in the magnificent courtyard of the estate, taking advantage of the food trucks set up on the Jazz square. Successful evenings are guaranteed.