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Located in the village of Servian, between Béziers and Pézenas, Domaine de la Baume covers more than 190 hectares. The richness of our terroir is the diversity of the soils. Between semi-hills and plateaus, the soils vary from chalky clay to chalky pebbles and chalky clay. Combined with an ideal sunshine for the development of the vine, n....Lire plus Learn more
Located in the village of Servian, between Béziers and Pézenas, Domaine de la Baume covers more than 190 hectares. The richness of our terroir is the diversity of the soils. Between semi-hills and plateaus, the soils vary from chalky clay to chalky pebbles and chalky clay. Combined with an ideal sunshine for the development of the vine, we can produce wines on a wide aromatic palette.
We are very attached to the nature around us: the estate is the haven of peace we needed. Benefiting from the hot weather of the South of France, we can cultivate the Languedoc grape varieties: Syrah, Viognier, Cabernet-Sauvignon or Chardonnay. Our 7 flagship vintages are not blended, they are the pure fruit of the terroir and it is in this way that we can best bring out the aromas of our land.
After the phylloxera crisis in France, the Domaine de la Baume was completely abandoned. In 1882, Jean Prat bought the estate and used all his resources to restore the reputation of the estate.
In just 20 years, supported by his sons, he managed to restore the 100 hectares that make up the estate and restructure the entire vineyard. At the beginning of the 20th century, he opened a shop in the new Haussmann Paris and the business prospered.
Between the middle of the 20th century and today, many changes of ownership took place until 2003. Joseph Helfrich, General Manager of the Grands Chais de France, sees this as an opportunity not to be missed.
The man, surrounded by his family already well established in the sector, exploded the estate thanks to its international reputation and the resources he made available to the Estate. Parcel farming, night harvests and modern winemaking techniques are provided by Joseph.
The wines of Domaine de la Baume are now multi-medal and distributed on five continents.
At Domaine de la Baume, we are fond of competitions... and medals! Over the past five years, we have won more than 50 medals in French and international competitions.