An estate full of History
The character of Château Pas du Cerf derives its origin from the alchemy of nature. .
In the sixteenth century, Francis I, king of France, stayed on the Mediterranean coast to celebrate the marriage of his son, Henry II, with Catherine de Medici. Invited at a chase by the landlord of Château d'Hyers, a medieval castle in ruins located on the top of the hill of Castéou, one of the summits of the Maurettes towering over the town of Hyeres, the king then hunted - and slayed - a dee at pace du to the streep terrain. as a tribute to this royal trophy the inhabitants named this place "Pace of the Deer", a litteral translation of "Pas du Cerf"
The history of Château Pas du Cerf began in 1848. At that time, the first grapes were harvested and vinified in this family-owned estate.
The place, which has existed for eight generations, in driven by respect for the past, attention to the present and a look into the future.