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Having made a career in the environment, Laurent Russac preferred to find his own environment: the vine! With this return to his roots, he decided to reconcile his two passions: the vine and the environment. He converted the family estate into an organic one. Located on the clay-limestone slopes overlooking Bergerac, Château Le Terme Blanc benefits from the Monbazillac appellation, "l'Or du Périgord".Lire plus Learn more
The estate has 24 hectares of vines in conversion to organic since 2014.
The story has been going on for four generations. Originally combining livestock farming with vine growing, the estate refocused on viticulture in 1995, its main activity, when Laurent's father and uncle Alain took over the estate. Today, he succeeds his father in association with his uncle to continue to raise the vineyard, the quality of the wines and the terroir.
"While keeping very strong links with the estate and the wine, I have had a professional career in the environment. When I settled down at the age of 32, I had the chance to successfully combine all my passions: estate, wine, vines and ecology. »
"The whole estate has been in organic conversion since 2014. The range of wines is gradually expanding. In parallel, 2.5 ha of walnut trees are being planted this year. In addition, we remain very attached to the maintenance of many fruit trees, hedges, and rare species such as wild tulips that grow between the rows of vines! »