Estoublon has been watching Provence party for a long time. Four new owners later, it has decided to get in on the action with Roseblood.
YOU HAVE TO LEAVE THE ROAD and take a driveway lined with umbrella pines, driving at a steady pace as instructed. A crossroads. On the right, the restaurant La Table d’Estoublon, open six days a week, serving delicious Mediterranean cuisine. To the left, the château. Built in the eighteenth century by the de Grille family on the foundations of an old Provencal farmhouse, it took the name Estoublon in memory of a small village in Haute-Provence where the family owned property. Here you can treat yourself to the life of a château for a weekend or a few days’ holiday.