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Bizard was the patronymic name of the premises' owners in the 16th century. Later, he gave his name to the locality. Genealogical research in the municipal archives has revealed the existence of Claude BIZARD, a widow who passed away in 1712.
At the time, several generations were exploiting an important silkworm nursery (silkworm cultivation).
Century-old mulberry trees still attest today to the production of silk threads around this place. But nothing about producing wine at that point in time.
The first production of red and white wines at Château Bizard, in the Côtes du Rhône, dates from 1862. The term "vineyards" was still unheard of, and instead "vine fields" was in usage, in the same way as meadow fields or wheat fields.
In 2010, the former Coteaux-du-Tricastin AOC appellation changed its name to Grignan-les-Adhémar AOP.