Determined to revive Château de La Colle Noire, which it acquired in 2013, the House of Dior brought its history back to life and traced its roots, which are firmly anchored in the South of France. Patiently and lovingly restored, La Colle Noire is exactly as he wanted. Refined and welcoming, full of life and beauty.
From the grounds to the reflecting pool, Château de La Colle Noire has been reborn beneath the Provençal sun. A thousand May roses, vineyards, olive trees, almond trees, - that Christian Dior loved so much - have all been replanted in the gardens of the Château. His favourite flowers are there: lily-of-the-valley and African lily, tulips and violets, and above all Grasse roses, which reign supreme in Dior fragrances.
Partnerships have been forged with producers in the area, making Christian Dior's visionary dream come true: Dior flowers for Dior fragrances.
The Provençal, fragrant, exhilarating character of this garden, that Christian Dior wanted so much, has now been restored.