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In 2005, Annick and Pascal bought Château de Paraza. The Domain is revived under the impetus of the...
In 2014, I took over the family domain after a career as a researcher in the pharmaceutical industry, I now develop much softer drugs for my own good and the pleasure of all! 6th....Lire plus Learn more
In 2014, I took over the family estate after a career as a researcher in the pharmaceutical industry, I now develop much softer drugs for my own good and the pleasure of all! 6th generation of winegrowers on 1 family estate from both the father's and mother's side and grouped together in the 1960s by my father PIerre MARTINOLLE. This generation was key in the history of the estate with one of the first particular cellars in the Aude, the choice of the decrease in surface area (from about 40 to 10 hectares), the continuity in what will later be called the BIO (but which is never more than the viticulture of our grandparents), and the concentration of the estate on what will become the Cru Boutenac terroir.
Like our predecessors, we are still Artisans-Vignerons, small parcels of land with a multitude of grape varieties, micro-vintages often of 1500 bottles, a marketing focused on the local, the majority of which is shared in direct sales to individuals, even if we enjoy working with professionals. our greatest pride is not to give in to the dictatorship of "market wines", to preserve a typicity that may surprise but that makes our wines recognisable to everyone even if they are not available everywhere.
Work like the great-great-grandfather while being connected and being able to afford to "have fun making wines" without pressure and without hurrying. We are very focused on reducing sulphites and limiting inputs to the bare essentials, our wines are aged between 24 and 36 months before being placed on your table close to their optimum because the time and hardness of the hviers remains the best weapon of the winegrower... Now it's your turn to taste it!
A small family estate of less than 10 hectares in organic farming, our wines come from the great terroir of Boutenac, where there is only wind and vines and stubborn winegrowers to raise them for a long time...