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It is nestled on the slopes of the Indre Valley, in the village of Cheillé, that Pierre and Vincent Badiller are busy producing wine in the Azay-Le-Rideau region, whose particularity is based on parakeets: this clay with flint that gives great richness to the wines, and brings roundness and richness.Lire plus Learn more
It is nestled on the slopes of the Indre Valley, in the village of Cheillé, that Pierre and Vincent Badiller are busy producing wine in the Azay-Le-Rideau region, whose particularity is based on parakeets: this clay with flint that gives great richness to the wines, and brings roundness and richness.
Domaine Badiller is above all a family affair! Since 1789, it has been passed down from generation to generation. My brother Vincent and I (Pierre) took over the business in 2015, following our father's example. Today, we work in the continuity of the know-how that has been passed on to us while affirming our identity as young winegrowers. We like to desecrate the traditional side of wine to highlight what it means to us, that is, moments of sharing and good humour!
My oldest memory related to wine dates back to the age of nine, the age of my first tasting. As a winegrower in the making, I wanted to taste the different vintages and study their evolution. My father accepted while explaining the procedure to me. For a nine-year-old child, it consisted mainly of putting a little water in his wine. Enjoyed by the experience and taken to the game by my future profession, I then tasted about ten tanks. It was not the water that helped me not to end up in a sad state, but my dad did stop me in time. Being a winegrower has always been a passion. What I like most about this job is that every day is different. I enjoy being a farmer when I am in the vineyards, an alchemist when I make the wine, a manager when I process my invoices and a salesman when I communicate about my production. In fact, being an independent winegrower is exhilarating.