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A family estate of about sixty hectares dedicated to the values of the terroir, Daurion oscillates between modernity and the tradition of its centuries-old wine-growing past.Lire plus Learn more
A family estate of about sixty hectares dedicated to the values of the terroir, Daurion oscillates between modernity and the tradition of its centuries-old wine-growing past.
The roots of the Daurion estate go back to Roman times. Some of its vines are more than half a century old! Full of sunshine and know-how, they give body and character to Domaine Daurion's finest wines, and since 2011, Isabelle Cordoba-Collet has taken over the estate. The third consecutive generation of winegrowers is responsible for the succession. She is also the first woman to head the estate. As for the fourth generation, Isabelle dedicated her "Domaine" vintages to him by giving them the first names of her daughters: Céline (Merlot), Héloïse (Chardonnay) and Flore (Cinsault-Syrah). His motto: to promote the Languedoc region and promote the typical wines of the Hérault region.
The name Daurion has its roots before the Revolution. At that time, the registers evoked the Dourion barn, the meaning of which is unknown. After a transcription error the name Daurion appears. But the work of the vine is already present as evidenced by the semi-buried cellar whose vaults are still visible. In the 1960s, under the direction of grandfather Prof. Henri Collet, a complete restructuring of the vineyard was implemented with the planting of the first chardonnays in the region. In the cellar, the first concrete vats arrived on the estate in addition to the tuns; this winemaking method, innovative for the time, was not its only avant-garde whim: it was also the first to use a harvesting machine in the Caux vineyard! Then in the 90s, Dr. Henri Collet père continued the metamorphosis of the estate: in the vineyard the roussane appeared, in the cellar the sheepfold and the stable were transformed into oak and acacia barrels and a pneumatic prssoir was used.