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When we talk about Bruno Lafon, he is often associated with his brother Dominique of the famous Domaine des Comtes Lafon in Meursault, but for more than 20 years now he has had his own estate on the land of the Counts Lafon...Lire plus Learn more
When talking about Bruno Lafon, he is often associated with his brother Dominique of the famous Domaine des Comtes Lafon in Meursault, but for more than 20 years now he has had his estate on the terroir of Pézenas in the Languedoc. It is a question of transcribing the terroir, signing the wines with its authenticity and showing the best of our vines. In short, he's having a blast! Imagine for a moment the wind of freedom for a high-flying Burgundian who reveals the precision of his work and his search for elegance in blends and plot selections. Hand-picked, organically cultivated and in perfect harmony with the Triassic sandstones, here are vines pampered for our greatest pleasure!
The history of the estate goes back to 1999 when Bruno Lafon decided to move to the South and create Domaine Magellan on the air of the Languedoc and Pézenas appellation.
My philosophy is based on the diversity of our terroirs. I produce typically southern and Languedoc grape varieties on varied terroirs! We let the terroir express itself through our blends.