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Family estate, the parcels run from hills to limestone hills in a landscape mixing vineyards and forest. The cultivation of the vine is organic, weed killers and synthetic products are excluded from the cultivation of the vine until the vinification. The Buisine family produces generous and expressive Côtes-de-Provence wines but also some more atypical wines....Lire plus Learn more
Family estate, the parcels run from hills to limestone hills in a landscape mixing vineyards and forest. The cultivation of the vine is organic, weed killers and synthetic products are excluded from the cultivation of the vine until the vinification. The Buisine family produces generous and expressive Côtes-de-Provence wines but also some more atypical wines for the region that deserve to be discovered...
Stretching over a land with deep roots, the 21 hectares of the Longue Tubi estate were bought by the Buisine family in 2001. agronomists, passionate about all aspects of the winegrowing arts for 34 years, they took the plunge by deciding to build a cellar in 2012 and produce their own wine. They take the greatest care of the soil and the plant.
Years of passion and experience have confirmed their passion and commitment to this land of Provence:
- The choice of traditional grape varieties: Grenache, cinsault, syrah, cabernet-sauvignon for reds and rosés; Rolle and sémillon for PDO whites; or more creative in Provence: sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and muscats petits grains for PGI wines. - The
practice of sustainable viticulture and organic wines, for the obvious respect of the consumer but also of the men and women who work the vines. - The
requirement of quality in the management of the vine from the vine to the bottling, for the pleasure of your taste buds -
The creation of wines that are suitable for both enlightened wine lovers and those who wish to discover the pleasures of tasting step by step.