Domaine de l’Ile


François-Joseph Fournier bought the island of Porquerolles as a wedding gift for his beautiful young wife, Sylvia. He spent his life dedicated to turning the island into a paradise. Over the years, it passed down to their great grandson, Sébastien Le Ber. The historic vineyard is bathed in light and derives its distinctive taste from the glistening crust of the thousand-year-old shales, on which the tender night sprinkles dew drops. Now owned by CHANEL, Domaine de l’Ile produces wine formed by island soil, loving sun and invigorating wind.

The island of Porquerolles itself is a French National Park, making it a protected area. Respecting the Domaine de l’Ile follows agro-ecological initiatives and preserves biodiversity. In 2015 the vineyards were certified organic.


Porquerolles Rosé

Côtes de Provence

The rosé expresses the unique balance of the island, its sunny and pure atmosphere, bursting with nuances. The impression is harmonious, carried by white-fleshed fruits, sometimes citrus fruits, and an unexpected persistence for a rosé from Provence, the signature of a strong winegrower’s commitment.

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Nicolas Audebert

Nicolas Audebert, in charge of CHANEL’s other wine estates at Château Rauzan-Ségla in Margaux, and Châteaux Canon and Berliquet in Saint-Emilion, is the principal manager of Domaine de l'Ile. He shares a great admiration for this dream land, which he has known since childhood. Originally from Toulon, he achieves his destiny of becoming a winegrower in this unusual territory.

Pierre Echteberry

Pierre has been the day to day manager at Domaine de l’Ile since 2019, his first vintage at the estate. Previously he had been at Chateau Lafleur in Pomerol for four years, bringing a serious balance and tone to the wines from Porquerolles.