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We are located in the Hérault, in Brissac at the foot of the Séranne river. We cultivate a 12 hectare vineyard in complete harmony with our land. Here, we are nature lovers and we treat it accordingly!Carole and Roger Gaussorgues are involved in the development of the estate, like the 4 generations who preceded them, and put the estate in the...Lire plus Learn more
We are located in the Hérault, in Brissac at the foot of the Séranne river. We cultivate a 12 hectare vineyard in complete harmony with our land. Here, we are nature lovers and we treat it accordingly!
Carole and Roger Gaussorgues are involved in the development of the estate, as are the 4 generations that preceded them, and bring the estate up to date by getting involved in a qualitative approach to environmental protection. Since 1999, our wines have been certified organic and without added sulphite.
Grenache, Carignan and Syrah rub shoulders in the rows of vines and compose the wines of the Languedoc organic estate, as we like to describe ourselves. We offer about ten vintages to lovers of southern wines and also a grape juice.
Since 1896, the Gaussorgues family has been cultivating, maintaining and developing this beautiful Languedoc estate. Roger's great-grandmother, Marie, inherited this estate. At the beginning of the 1900s, she worked in silk, but France was in a great crisis and Marie had the mulberry trees and the tree that fed the silkworms pulled out. She decided to plant 60 hectares of vines and built a cellar in the family house.
In 1925, his son André took over the reins and developed above all the techniques and channels of sales/distribution of his wines. Almost 50 years later, Jean, one of his sons, became a pioneer and began to receive visitors to the estate. It also develops several tourist activities on the banks of the Hérault.
Roger, watching his uncle Jean at work, became passionate about the profession and took up the torch.
At the estate, we are in love with nature: we have created a 6-kilometre winegrower's trail. It is an organic and ecological hike in the middle of the vineyards, with breathtaking views of the countryside! You can enjoy a natural swimming pool or the restaurant where the chef prepares small southern dishes to be served on the floor.