The Château l'Oasis was located on the edge of town in La Crau, at the foot of the slopes of Mount Fenouillet. The orientalist style of this building framed by two towers contrasted with the pastel-colored houses of the small Provencal village. At the time of its construction, this small castle was an oasis of greenery skillfully landscaped, as its name suggests.
In its beautiful, typically Mediterranean garden, palm trees were planted alongside cacti, jasmine and bougainvillea.
It also housed a plantation of bitter orange trees that evoked the oriental dreams of the early nineteenth century.
Today, the vineyard of Château l'Oasis extends in vast sunny terraces on the slopes of Fenouillet. Surrounded by fields of peonies and olive trees, the vines flourish just a short distance from the sea, on a clay-limestone soil and take advantage of the maritime entrances in the hottest summer.
The Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah and Vermentino grape varieties.