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Located near the town of Valfaunes au Pic saint Loup, the estate covers more than 50 hectares, including 28 hectares of the Pic Saint Loup appellation and 22 hectares of the I.G.P. Saint Guilhem le D...Lire plus Learn more
Located near the town of Valfaunes au Pic saint Loup, the estate covers more than 50 hectares, 28 of which are in the Pic Saint Loup appellation and 22 in the I.G.P. Saint Guilhem le Désert - Val de Montferrand appellation.
We produce 2 reds, 1 white and 1 rosé on old vines aged between 15 and 35 years on Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvèdre for red and rosé wines and Viogner and Roussane for white.
When they returned to the estate, for nearly 3 years now, the couple decided with Bernard's father to leave the cooperative cellar in order to be independent and produce their own wines. Wanting to fly on their own requires a very significant personal and financial investment, but the experience is so much more rewarding.
Together, the couple began their activity in the vineyard and their vinification. Vintage after vintage, the wines are frank, honest, simply good.
"We have been hit hard by the hail impacting almost two years of harvests, which requires a lot of work to wipe out the devastation. But being a winegrower is also about that, knowing how to bounce back, keeping your head up high while being guided by passion."