Château Gairord is located in Provence, Cuers, twenty km away from Toulon and the sea, halfway between Marseille and Saint-Tropez.
Built-in 1734, the Château stands in a green oasis, with an abundant source. Olivier de Pierrefeu, the fourth generation of winemakers, excels at producing Côtes de Provence organic wines.
The vineyard is between the villages of Cuers and Puget-Ville with the northern wind blowing strong here, protecting the vineyard from moisture-related diseases. The climate is dry, although undergoing the maritime influence and the terroir is composed of well-draining clay-limestone gravel, called "gravoches".