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After studying viticulture and oenology in Anjou, as well as an internship in Bordeaux, Patrick Olivier settles down with his father on a 13 hectare vineyard. The cultivation of the vineyard....Lire plus Learn more
After studying viticulture and oenology in Anjou, as well as an internship in Bordeaux, Patrick Olivier settles down with his father on a 13 hectare vineyard. The cultivation of the vine is always accompanied by fruit trees and asparagus, but is beginning to take a privileged place in the estate. Little by little, the Domaine is expanding in the cultivation of the vine, with an AOC Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil which is in full development
1959, La création:
Bernard Olivier and his father decided to create Domaine Olivier with 1.5 hectares of vines. At
that time, mixed farming was in the majority, but the official creation of the Domaine Olivier was the starting point for wine-growing specialisation. 1983, Patrick Olivier settles in.
2000, End of polyculture
: It was therefore at the end of the 90s that Patrick stopped all other crops to devote himself solely to viticulture. The
expansion of the vineyard will continue to reach 30 hectares at the beginning of the 2000s
. 2013, The big turning point: With the ever-increasing demand for the wines of the estate, Patrick Olivier decides to seize the opportunity to take over a vineyard in the Saint Nicolas appellation. On this date, the Olivier estate cultivates 55 hectares of vines in the Saint Nicolas, Bourgueil and Anjou appellation areas. In
addition to the expansion, all production is sold directly, with a majority of sales in bottles.
Patrick and Agnès Olivier, joined by their two children, continue to manage the Domaine Olivier with the same rigour and dynamism as they did at the beginning. Our vision is very simple: "To enhance our different terroirs, to delight our customers, while ensuring the transmission of our vineyard". It is with this same vision that Florian and Marina Olivier wish to develop the Domaine Olivier vineyard with a current surface area of 63 hectares, of which 1 ha is cultivated organically.
In the Olivier family, wines have been produced for three generations. The know-how evolves over time but the vision of viticulture remains unchanged: to produce quality wines while ensuring that future generations can take over. It is in this spirit that we switched to sustainable agriculture in 2006, in order to preserve our terroir, the pillar of our business.