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4th generation of independent winegrowers, near Béziers, we are 7 people from the same family working at the estate. We have been able to keep the soil worked by ploughing, to preserve our hedges, our groves, our slopes. Today our vineyard is recognized by the label of the Ministry of Agriculture for its high environmental value for its environmental quality....Lire plus Learn more
4th generation of independent winegrowers, near Béziers, we are 7 people from the same family working at the estate. We have been able to keep the soil worked by ploughing, to preserve our hedges, our groves, our slopes. Today our vineyard is recognized by the label of the Ministry of Agriculture for its high environmental value for its environmental quality but also for our good practices in sustainable agriculture. We work every day to improve our winemaking techniques in order to keep a healthy environment for future generations.
Pierre was the great-grandfather. "Beautiful" an addition (to make beautiful) from my parents. Today I am having fun pretending that it is for the beautiful history of the estate. Nevertheless, we invite you to come to the estate to see the idyllic environment in which our vines grow. It is also in the cellar, directly from the estate, that you will discover our very fruity wines, declined in the three colors, with the printer or in addition to wine.
Winegrower, it's a different job every day.
Winegrower means observing the weather, working the soil, working the vines, tasting the grapes, tasting the juice in fermentation, tasting the wine, blending the wine, forgetting it in its bottle for a year, rediscovering it, it is ready! It is to be shared. At the estate, we practice tillage by ploughing, which avoids chemical weeding and soil compaction. It is a tradition that we have kept from our great grandparents by switching from horse to tractor all the same: -). We have been able to keep the soil healthy and alive without being contaminated by herbicides.
Our grandfathers used to mix us in water a few drops of wine when we were still children. For the grandmothers it was a little different but sometimes we were allowed to taste it with a sweet mulled wine. From there say that we fell into it when we were little.... Today with our wines we have been able to grasp modernity without losing sight of the respect for the work of our elders. Each wine is different, I don't believe in the perfect wine but in the pleasure of discovery.