The history of this estate begins in 867, when Château Unang was gifted to the Bishop of Venasque by the King of Provence. At the time this area was an independent enclave within France. For over 800 years Unang was passed down from one bishop to another, until it was sold at the end of the 17th century. More recently, Château Unang was purchased by James and Joanna King in 2003. The Scottish couple totally renovated the château and revitalized 15 hectares of vineyards. The estate has been certified organic since 2013.
Pale straw yellow in colour, the Château Unang Ventoux Blanc expresses lean aromas of just ripe pears, lemon zest, sourdough, cumin and seasalt. Medium bodied with high acidity, the crisp palate displays flavours of salty white peaches, pie-crust and almonds. On the finish it is dry with a lingering bitterness.