The reputation of Château Saint-Louis la Perdrix dates back to the 13th century. During the Capetian era, King Saint-Louis of France used to regularly visit the estate to hunt partridges.
Château Saint-Louis La Perdrix is located in the commune of Bellegarde, in the heart of the Camargue, between Nîmes and Arles. It boasts 50 hectares of vines on a single piece of land and 7 hectares of olive trees. Its soil, made up of smooth pebbles, is conducive to a maturation of the grapes on a par with the finest wines in the Rhône Valley.
The Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre grapes are harvested at perfect ripeness, destemmed and then vinified in cylindrical stainless-steel vats at controlled temperatures. The wine is then blended and aged for 10 months in traditional concrete vats.