• What you can do

    We are keen to share our beautiful domaine and delicious wine with you. You can come and taste the wine at the caveau during opening hours. You can book:  a wine tasting and visit to the chai. a wine tasting with cheese accompaniment … [Continue Reading]

    What you can do
  • Where we are located

    Chateau Unang is located just outside the pretty village of Malemort du Comtat on the road to Methamis.  There is a sign and our road is on the right about a kilometer after the sign indicating the end of the village. We are in the Vaucluse, 13 km … [Continue Reading]

    Where we are located
  • What we produce

    At Chateau Unang we aim to produce the best wine possible from this unique terroir.  We are in the appellation of  Ventoux which is finally starting to receive some of the respect it now merits.  We are proud to be one of the most renown and admired … [Continue Reading]

    What we produce
  • Who we are

    We are James and Joanna King.  Both Scottish by descent, we have been living at  magical Chateau Unang since 2003. James is the winemaker at this unique domaine surrounded by oak forests, above the Nesque river bed overlooking the Vaucluse plateau.  … [Continue Reading]

    Who we are

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    The weed control team hard at work in the vineyard - they really do a great job each year at this time eating up all the weeds around the vines - sometimes loose with the shepherd and his dogs and sometimes enclosed with a large - very fierce dog - for company and protection from wolves!  L'équipe de désherbage au travail dans le vignoble - ils font vraiment un grand travail chaque année à cette période en mangeant toutes les mauvaises herbes autour des vignes - parfois en liberté avec le berger et ses chiens et parfois enfermé avec un grand chien - très féroce - pour la compagnie et la protection contre les loups !
  • 2 weeks ago by

    Today some evidence of nature confused. These photos were taken yesterday - almond trees (normal flowering time end of feb/March - granted these aren’t flowering yet!) Green leaves amongst brown on a young oak, budding wild honey suckle, a type of white clover (late spring) and ragwort (summer). - things are a bit colder at the moment but still concerning … please do comment - not just nature that is confused! Aujourd'hui, quelques preuves de la nature confuse. Ces photos ont été prises hier - amandiers (période de floraison normale fin février/mars - mais ceux-ci ne sont pas encore en fleur !) Des feuilles vertes parmi les brunes d'un jeune chêne, des chèvrefeuilles bourgeonnants, une sorte de trèfle blanc (fin du printemps) et du séneçon (été). - Les choses sont un peu plus froides en ce moment mais c'est toujours inquiétant ...n’hésitez pas de donner votre avis - ce n’est que la nature qui est confus!

Who we are

Who we are

We are James and Joanna King.  Both Scottish by descent, we have been living at  magical Chateau Unang since 2003. James is the winemaker at this … [Read More...]

The chateau

The Château

In 867, the Bishop of Venasque was given Château Unang by the King of Provence. The nearby village of Venasque was the capital of the Comtat … [Read More...]

What we produce

What we produce

At Chateau Unang we aim to produce the best wine possible from this unique terroir.  We are in the appellation of  Ventoux which is finally starting … [Read More...]

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What you can do

We are keen to share our beautiful domaine and delicious wine with you. You can come and taste the wine at the caveau during opening hours. … [Read More...]

Gourmet Wine and Cheese

Gourmet Wine and...

Would you like taste Chateau Unang wines paired with some of the best cheeses that the Fromagerie du Comtat has to offer? La Fromagerie Mercy in … [Read More...]

Find us – caveau

Find us here.. the caveau

The Caveau is the centre of the vineyard, where the grapes arrive after having been hand picked during the Vendange at the end of September-beginning … [Read More...]

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Harvest Report 2021

A little bit overdue.. Harvest & Season Note 2021 Frost, drought and cool weather is not the summary of a perfect growing season, then throw … [Read More...]

Harvest Report 2020

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Harvest Report 2019

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