The estate has the benefit of a rich winegrowing tradition, since the Ière family planted vines in the 16th Century. Over the years, the estate founded a Wine Institute to research into and pass down knowledge on Wine and its mysteries.
In more recent years, the Vineyard took on the name Rabiega when Christiane Rabiega bought the property during the Sixties. The Rabiega Estate was later bought by two Swedish owners in succession in order to develop prestigious wines and a seminar and conference complex.
The red wines produced on the estate have acquired an outstanding reputation and are recognised as the very finest in the range. The vintages quickly won numerous awards in the middle of the Nineties. In 2014, Yves Tanchou bought the estate, captivated by its charms. As an Epicurean and eternal lover of Provence, he chose to develop wine tourism, offering his guests and visitors the opportunity to taste the charms of the Provençal lifestyle.