Journalist by conviction... winegrower by passion! Laetitia has two jobs. What do they have in common? Curiosity, encounters, sharing... For her, making wine is a work of art, a profession of expression. She loves atypical vintages and campaigns for the protection of rare grape varieties. His profession of faith? As long as there is vine, there is hope!Lire plus Learn more
"Louis, my grandfather, created the estate in 1954. He settled in Théüs, a small village perched in the Southern Alps, told by Giono in "Le Hussard sur le toit". The terroir is magnificent there! My father, Marc, then followed suit and fought to preserve the local grape variety that was tending to disappear. Today, I am taking over the torch. I would like to be part of this family history, to continue to campaign for biodiversity and the preservation of our environment. I am very attached to my region and I hope to share the wines of my region with the world!"
"In love with old grape varieties and atypical wines, I work alongside my father, Marc, for the diversity of aromas and pleasures and against the standardisation and standardisation of tastes. In France, about ten grape varieties are used to produce 80% of the wines... There are thousands more, however! About 20 years ago, we decided to rehabilitate one of them. And it is quite naturally the Mollard, the traditional grape variety of our region, that we have chosen to safeguard with the help of the Institut Français de la Vigne. Today, more and more consumers, eager for discovery, authenticity and typicity, are encouraging and supporting us in this process. I hope you will soon be one of Mollard's fans! Fans of finds, finders of atypical wines, our estate will please you! In a region still little known for its wines, which are highly prized by wine lovers, we have preserved a local grape variety that you will not find anywhere else: mollard. Its name may seem strange to you; but here "Mollard" means "small mountain" or "small mountain"! This red grape variety with spicy notes is emblematic of the Hautes-Alpes. We are proud to have given him back his letters of nobility!"