The Serguier estate was established in the late 19th century by Hippolyte Serguier who later passed it on to his sons, one of whom was Gaston Serguier. It later passed to Gaston’s grandson. Daniel took over the estate in 1997 – almost 100 years after its founder.
Historically made up of 6.5 hectares of vines across almost 14 plots in the Châteauneuf du Pape AOC, the Serguier estate cultivates a mosaic of terroirs which provides a rich source of inspiration. Daniel’s wife Aurélie joined the family business in 2015. The acquisition of vines in the Côtes du Rhône and Lirac appellations extended the vineyard, taking the area of the estate to 12 hectares. All members of the family are involved in this new project, creating wines which reflect our traditions. We produce powerful reds on the galets roulés of Les Terres Blanches. At Le Pointu, we make more delicate reds.
At Le Pialons, we marry elegance and power thanks to venerable old vines, and the sandy-clay soils of Coste Froide produce white wines. The vineyard is operated responsibly and everything we do is guided by a careful observation of nature. We are committed to keeping treatments to a minimum (those we do use include authorised organic agriculture products). No insecticide is used in the vineyard: spiders, ladybirds and other insects are all part of our ecosystem. We rely on sexual confusion to keep away parasitic insects.