« We are respectful of our ancestors and their work. We work by combining respect for tradition with the benefits of modernism. Quality products is our goal, but this must be linked to a quality service and listening to the consumer. »
In 1896, the Roux Family acquired the Château du Trignon, which was then a traditional Provençal farm for mixed farming and livestock. Since then, 5 generations have refocused the farm on the vine and enlarged the estate, and they have taken a more focused approach to quality. In 2006, the Quiot family, charmed by the Dentelles de Montmirail, wished to perpetuate the Château du Trignon while enlarging it by 10 ha of Vacqueyras.
“Respectful of our assets but rich in our winemaking knowledge, we wish to adopt this land whose fruit will complement our other wines in the range, with the same concern for tradition, quality and adaptation.”