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The Frelin family became aware of the importance of organic farming at an early stage. Thus, since the 1960s, it has been working its vines without chemicals...Lire plus Learn more
The Frelin family became aware of the importance of organic farming at an early stage. Thus, since the 1960s, it has been working its vines without chemicals. The
range is essentially based on purchases from long-standing partners, but the family has also been a winegrower for a long time.
Until 8 years ago, the family was a winegrower, then stopped to concentrate on choosing grapes from partner winegrowers but the return to the land was too strong... in 2020 the Family would become a re-grower again. By gradually buying selected lands, the choice is to produce wines that are always ORGANIC and to take even more care of the vines, for an even healthier and greener future
In 1983, Jacques Frelin embarked on the organic wine adventure with the conviction that a wine (organic too) must be naturally good. A craftsman of the trade and spokesman for the organic world for more than 35 years, Jacques Frelin offers you a quality organic wine from the vine to the bottle.
Since 1983, when organic farming was not "in fashion", Jacques Frelin has been committed to making 100% organic wines. For him, it is a question of respect: "Respect for Nature, respect for Man, respect for the Product". Organic agriculture is a future solution to environmental problems. Jacques Frelin advocates for: a sustainable environment, a more natural product, respect for the health of producers and consumers.