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Located in Visan, in the Enclave of the Popes, Domaine La Martinelle has been a family vineyard since 1823. In 2017, at the age of 32, after a career in several multinationals, I took over the Domaine and the vineyard....Lire plus Learn more
Located in Visan, in the Enclave of the Popes, Domaine La Martinelle has been a family vineyard since 1823. In 2017, at the age of 32, after working for several multinationals, I took over the Domaine and gave it a new direction. I decided to make it a unique place that I call "20 hectares to change everything": a place where life takes back its rights, from the vine to the glass. I am multiplying my intentions to make my wines better products for mankind and the environment.
My wines are the messengers of my commitments in the face of today's problems, for a different kind of viticulture:- as virtuous as possible by giving back its place to man: manual harvesting, minimal use of mechanical tools in the vineyard, vinification without oenological inputs with potentially harmful effects for mankind...- which is in line with the future by fighting against the harmful effects of global warming with the objective of a negative carbon footprint.- a balance between agro-sylvo-pastoral activities to bring life back to the vineyard plots, in particular through the practice of viti-pastoralism, the establishment of apiaries near the vines, and the use of bat and tit nesting boxes to fight against pests.- humility which knows how to retain from the ancients what was best to make healthy and lively wines - the future which relies on science to understand, adapt and not control - all this while respecting the AB, HVE and soon DEMETER specifications.The Domaine is mainly composed of old vines on hillsides and we work with 3 main grape varieties:- Syrah brings finesse and powerful and complex aromas of red and black fruits, violets, liquorice and spices (pepper).- Carignan, from old vines planted on clay-limestone soil gives the wine colour, warmth, a beautiful structure and aromas of red fruits, spices and garrigue. - The Grenache, rounder and fatter, brings aromas of red fruits (cherry) and spices.
- Dating back to the 15th century, the Provençal Bastide located on the estate was home to a silkworm farm, a truffle farm, an olive grove, livestock farming and, of course, vineyards - "La Martinelle" comes from "Monsieur Martinel", the name of the owner from whom my ancestors bought the estate in 1765.