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Our family estate has been involved in environmental initiatives for nearly 30 years. We were awarded the High Environmental Value level 3 in 2014 and since 2017 we are also in organic conversion...Lire plus Learn more
Domaine Castan is located between the Cevennes and the Mediterranean Sea, at the gateway to the Haut-Languedoc Regional Park. Our father, our hero, embarks on a crazy adventure, to make his own wine, and in 1992 he buys a historic winery to make it his own! A place bathed in history that will be conducive to his wine creations. Thus was born the cuvée "les Terres Rouges" which marked our entry into the AOC Languedoc in 1997. The Domaine Castan is truly the culmination of the work of several generations who have succeeded each other on the family land. The arrival of the new generation, brother and sister, between 2011 and 2015 marks a turning point for the estate with the modernization of the cellar and the environmental certifications. In 2014 the Domaine was awarded the HVE label and in 2020 the Organic Agriculture certification. For us, the new generation, being a winemaker is a way of life. We are transported by our landscapes, our environment, our vines and our grapes that turn into nectar. What magic. We live in permanent gratitude and we realize that we are lucky to be able to follow in the footsteps of our parents who have given us so much to share our passion with you. The adventure continues to grow.
We remember all the mornings harvest in family with the grandparents. The break with chocolate bread and milk for us little ones and the sausage and coffee or red wine for the older ones. The moments of sharing and laughter when Valerie cut all the fingers in 10 minutes or when we run after the tractor to empty the bucket of grapes. The harvest is really a strong and significant moment in a life!