Château de Berne spans 1,250 acres of sumptuous countryside in the heart of Provence. Niched between garrigue and olive groves, its 290 acres of wine-producing plots are planted with Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault, Carignan, Viognier, Merlot, Sémillon, Ugni Blanc and Rolle grape varieties.
Château des Bertrands is a 494-acre estate located at the heart of a Natura 2000 protected area and at the foot of the Maures hill chain.
Ludovic de Beauséjour joined the Vignobles de Berne family in 2009. The estate spans over 50 acres between the towns of Flayosc and Lorgues, in the Var region and is crowned with forests that shelter it from winds and frost.
The vineyards comprising Les Vignobles de Berne are committed to nurturing their magnificent assets, combining natural beauty, Provencal lifestyle and wine growing.
Alexis Cornu, the Château's wine maker and master in the art of wine production, ensures that every bottle boasts a flawless quality.
Alexis has spent his entire life in the wine making industry, among his many accomplishments he worked in Bordeaux as the winemaker for Michel Roland's personal estate (Château Fontenil), Maison Ginestet, André Lurton) and in Australia for Rosemount Estates. He is well traveled, having studied in Germany and worked in Japan too. For the past 15 years he mastered Provence wines by heading up wine making at Château de Pibarnon in Bandol and at Ortas Caves de Rasteau in Southern Rhône.