Source: Chateau Trians

Source: Chateau Trians


Provence, France

Trians is a vineyard of the XV111th century, as the buildings testify. They are arranged in hamlet in the shade of a tercentenary oak tree at the foot of Pilon Saint Clement in the massif of Cuers.

On his arrival in 1990, Jean-Louis Masurel's philosophy for Chateau Trians has been to respect nature with a reasoned agriculture. In 2008, the transition to organic farming was the obvious continuity of this philosophy, and in 2012, in conformity with the new rules of vinification, "BIO organic", the wines of Trians are labeled BIO.

Thanks to its North, North-West and 320 meter exposure, production at the Trians estate allows a slow maturity of the grapes. The vines are protected from the heat and the sun, which preserves the aromas and the freshness of the wines.