le Moulin de roussillon Maison Brémond 1830

Maison Brémond is located in the village of Roussillon,  in the middle of a beautiful ochre landscape known as the Colorado Provençal.

le Moulin de roussillon Maison Brémond 1830

Maison Brémond s’est installée dans village de Roussillon, appelé le Colorado provençaloù vous pourrez vous promener dans ses magnifiques paysages

Informations pratiques

The Moulin de Roussillon as the boutique's setting

Built at the end of the 19th century, this mill used to press the villagers’ olives. It remained in activity until the great frost of the winter of 1956.

Abandoned for nearly 60 years, it was later restored by Maison Brémond 1830 and made accessible to the public for self-guided tours.

It bears witness to the history of the know-how and tradition that Provençal millers and olive growers are still proud to belong to.

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the place for good things

Maison Brémond is a very old delicatessen which was created in 1830. It was first set up on the famous Cours Mirabeau in Aix-en-Provence, which was the trade capital of the almond at the time

The shop fast became a must and people come from far and wide to discover and taste a selection of local products offered by the shop, which used to specialize in almonds, but which is now also renowned for its olive oils from Provence and the Mediterranean region, its Italian vinegars, candied fruits, jams, nougats, calissons, pistachios and even its truffles from Provence, which were already the stars of 19th-century tables.

in the middle of the lands of ochre

Maison Brémond is still located in Aix-en-Provence, and in the South of France, in Paris and abroad, and has also set up shop in the heart of the village of Roussillon, which, due to the  magnificent ochre landscapes around, is also known as the Provencal Colorado.

The boutique presents a wide range of delicatessen products and offers olive oil tastings.

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Exceptional olive oils

The collection of olive oils shows the wide diversity of olive growing in Provence.

Maison Brémond 1830 selects its green (early) or black (mature) olives from 11 producers located in Haute Provence, the Pays d’Aix or Arles who perpetuate  ancestral methods that respect the environment.

Committed to the LPO (Bird protection association)

Maison Bremond is committed to the Ligue de Protection pour les Oiseaux de la Région Sud.

We carry out practical actions to raise awareness, such as counting and workshops for making nesting boxes all year round.

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just around the corner...
Les davids

A family wine estate located 580 metres away in a protected valley near the Ventoux and the Monts de Vaucluse.

Their philosophy and their  organic polyculture techniques enable them to protect biodiversity.

musée de l'huile d'olive d'oppède

From harvesting to production, from the old presses to today’s techniques: the Olive Oil Museum is a real journey centred on the flagship product of Mediterranean cuisine.

A visit with an original staging and multimedia presentations.

Musée de la lavande
  • In a highly symbolic place in the middle of the Luberon Regional Park, this repository for Lavender from Provence offers visits for individuals and groups, workshops, activities and exclusive events for the whole family and for all those who love the iconic True Lavender of Provence.