The Château d'Estoublon offers chocolate olive oil

Nestled in the heart of a superb natural setting, the Château d'Estoublon, a pure masterpiece of the 18th century, is without a doubt the most beautiful estate in the Vallée des Baux de Provence.

Since 1731, this unique estate has been producing exceptional olive oils that are renowned throughout the world thanks to their unrivalled quality.

Taken over in 1999 by the Schneider family, the château is managed by Valérie, Ernest Schneider's daughter, and her husband Rémy Reboul, who have devoted themselves with great passion to developing olive oils and wines of great finesse in this exceptional place, without forgetting wine tourism.

Like a 5-star hotel, the Château d'Estoublon offers first-class services to a demanding French and international clientele.

The estate is home to a 120-hectare olive grove that produces PDO Vallée des Baux olive oils with invaluable organoleptic qualities.


Chocolate olive oil, an invitation to gourmandise

The latest addition to the Château d'Estoublon collection of flavored oils,

chocolate olive oil is a creation of infinite sweetness.

Of pure refinement, this tasty and delicate oil is born from the maceration of cocoa beans in olive oil.

When tasted, this exquisite nectar exalts the taste buds with its softness, smoothness and finesse.

Precious, it can be used in all sweet or savory confections.

A touch of chocolate olive oil adds a touch of originality to your desserts: on vanilla ice cream, on pear thyme or on a fruit salad without forgetting a crumble just out of the oven...

Chocolate olive oil will also be a sensation on duck breast, turkey fillet, fish, pasta, polenta and vinaigrettes.

This olive oil is sold in fine grocery stores and in the castle's store at the price of 14,90€ per 20cl bottle.

Hurry up, the production could stop...


Château d'Estoublon

Route de Maussane,

13990 Fontvieille

Tel : 04 90 54 64 00



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