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Our wine estate, located on the slopes of Ensérune, has been cultivating vines since antiquity in a unique climate between the Cevennes and the Mediterranean. We produce contemporary wines while respecting biodiversity. Half of the estate is preserved, from the garrigue and the Mediterranean forest. Certified High Environmental Value, we produce wines that reflect their terroir, with carefully selected and vinified grapes for an expressive, fresh and silky fruitiness. Anne-Sophie and Jean-Paul, Winemakers.
Located on the slopes of Ensérune, the Domaine de Soustres has been a historic site for the cultivation of vines. Since ancient times, this unique terroir located between the Cevennes and the Mediterranean has been known for its quality wine production. With an ideal climate for growing vines, Domaine de Soustres stands out for its production of contemporary wines that respect biodiversity.
The estate is half dedicated to preserving nature, with untouched Mediterranean scrubland and forest. Certified High Environmental Value, Domaine de Soustres takes pride in producing wines that reflect their unique terroir and the grape varieties that bear it. With great attention to winemaking, our wines are expressive on the fruit, fresh and silky.
Anne-Sophie and Jean-Paul, owners of Domaine de Soustres, are proud to carry on the family traditions of their family. Since 2015, they have taken over the domain with the wish to make Soustres wines benefit from the latest technological advances while preserving the traditional methods.
Over the centuries, several civilizations have inhabited and used this site for different reasons. Built by the Gauls as a fort to protect themselves from enemy invasions. Later, the Romans also used this place as a base to control the region. Finally, the medieval inhabitants used the ruins of the Oppidum d'Ensérune to construct buildings, reusing existing stones and materials. Over time, these different civilizations have all left their mark on the Oppidum of Enserune, creating a rich and diverse history around the cultivation of the vine, thus expressing a great diversity in our terroir. Are we up to the task? We are doing our best to do so!