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Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence,Vin de France
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Under the slopes of the Sainte Baume massif, this former vineyard extends over 10 hectares, where the vines are planted on slopes and terraces, and classified in the AOP Coteaux Varois en H...Lire plus Learn more
Under the slopes of the Sainte Baume massif, this former vineyard extends over 10 hectares, where the vines are planted on slopes and terraces, and classified in the PDO Coteaux Varois in Haute-Provence... The parcels of Grenache, Syrah, Rolle, Cinsault and Cabernet franc benefit from a full southern exposure and therefore from a high rate of sunshine! In 2010, a winery is designed to combine traditional methods and modern techniques in winemaking. Today, the estate produces gourmet wines in all three colours with the "Bergerie" range as well as pleasure wines with the "Etoile" range.
Eric Bompard acquired this estate in 2014 to produce quality wines. Although he is passionate, he calls on a specialised oenologist to lead the winemaking process. The two ranges, "Bergerie" and "Etoile", reflect the excellence and typicity that emerge from the Provençal terroir. The "Bergerie" wines come from rigorously selected plots and only the best quality vintages are bottled. The "Etoiles" vintages have been designed to illustrate the best that the Provençal terroir has to offer: powerful, fruity and tasty aromas!
The vineyard is built on the ruins of a 16th century sheepfold. Legend has it that Saint Thomas Aquinas passed through this sheepfold during his travels between France and Italy.