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Domaine de la Blaque, Pierrevert


In 1987, Mr. Pampus acquired Domaine la Blaque. Nestled in the heart of Provence, in the south of the Alpes de Haute Provence, on the foothills of the Luberon, its vineyard then covered 50 hectares. The bastide of Châteauneuf which belongs to the estate allows the new owner to build a semi-underground and air-conditioned cellar. Its 2,000 m² can accommodate the barrel cellar which can hold up to 350 Burgundy barrels, a vinification and vat room, a storage room and the tasting cellar.

In 1992, Mr Pampus entrusted the management of Domaine la Blaque to Gilles Delsuc, an oenologist graduated from the Faculty of Dijon and his wife Laurence, also an oenologist. They are working on the development of the vineyard which now covers 55 hectares.


The vines of Domaine la Blaque occupy the foothills of the Luberon, at an altitude of between 420 and 550 meters. They take advantage of the microclimate ensuring 320 days a year of sunshine, with extreme thermal variations between day and night, due to the altitude. Consequently, the ripening of the grapes is optimal and the harvest usually begins in mid-September.

The soil of Domaine la Blaque is mainly limestone, with shades ranging from an almost chalky composition, to more clayey and heavier soils.

For the production of AOP Pierrevert, the white grape varieties are Vermentino, Grenache blanc, Roussanne and Viognier. The red grape varieties are Carignan, Grenache Noir, Cinsault and Syrah. These grape varieties are complemented by the IGP Pinot Noir grapes for red wine and Viognier for white wine.

Since 2011, the production has been labeled organic wines. Reds, rosés and whites are offered in several ranges and to be consumed young or kept.

Domaine la Blaque has been organic and certified since 2011. The work is mechanical or manual for plowing and weeding. The harvest is manual.


The AOP Pierrevert is considered confidential because it covers only 300 hectares of vines. Its terroir is located in the south of the Alpes de Haute Provence and the appellation dates from 1997.
The AOP Pierrevert is the appellation of altitude of the vineyard of Provence, equidistant between the Mediterranean and the Alps. Its capital, the commune of Pierrevert, brings together five private cellars and a cooperative