The chateau de Pourcieux has remained until the present in the family of the Marquis d’Espagnet, many of whom served in the parliament of Provence.
A fine example of Provencal architecture, in 1993 the chateau was registered on the official inventory of Historic Monuments.
From time immemorial it has been an important site of viticulture and ranks among the most venerable vineyards of Provence.
Roman vestiges bear witness to its history; beneath the chateau its cellars contain monumental vats dating from the XVIIIth century and a collection of oak hogsheads which were assembled on the spot and are still in use today.
Since 1986 Michel d’Espagnet perpetuates the family tradition in close collaboration with his colleagues, the”maitre de chai”, Jean-Christophe de Boisgelin, and his śnologist, Bernadette Tourrel.