The wines of the Château St. Louis La Perdrix
The standing of Château Saint-Louis la Perdrix dates back to the 13th century. It was a Mecca for hunting under the Capetian rule, and King Louis IX of France better known as Saint-Louis used to go partridgeshooting (perdrix means partridge) on the estate’s ground.
Located in the town of Bellegarde between Nîmes and Arles, Château Saint-Louis La Perdrix stretches over an unbroken 50-hectare vineyard and 7 hectares of olive trees. The sandstone cobbles in the soil provide for optimal grape ripening, which eventually allows us to produce some of the greatest Rhone Valley’s wines.