Owned by the Tempier family since 1834, the vineyard obtained its first gold medal in 1885 under the leadership of the grandmother Léonie who built the first cellar.

Located in the heart of the Bandol appellation, the 38 hectares of the Tempier estate are spread over several plots - between the sea and steep slopes flooded with light.

Tempier is one of the rare vineyard and family houses from the mid-19th century to have retained all of its authenticity. Here, at the estate, we live, as always to the rhythm of the seasons, working in the vines, harvesting ...

The Tempier estate is made up of a mosaic of terroirs, the main ones being La Migoua in Beausset-Vieux, Tourtine and Cabassaou in Castellet and the bastide in Plan du Castellet. The bastide is the soul of the estate, whose tall cypresses float like the masts of a ship on the surrounding vines, but it is also the soul of the Peyraud family. Lucien Peyraud, “the precursor of Mourvèdre” will be at the helm of Tempier from 1941 to 1982. His two sons François and Jean-Marie will succeed him, then Daniel Ravier, now director of the estate.


  • AOC label


From January 01 to December 31
Monday Open
Tuesday Open
Wednesday Open
Thursday Open
Friday Open
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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  • Sale at the property
  • International export


Payment method

  • Bank / credit card
  • Cash


Adapted tourism

  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
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