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The cellar is located in the commune of Saint Jean de Fos near the small village of Saint Guilhem le désert. The 10 hectares of vines are planted mainly in Terrasses du Larzac, and in Languedoc Mo...Lire plus Learn more
The cellar is located in the commune of Saint Jean de Fos near the small village of Saint Guilhem le désert. The 10 hectares of vines are planted mainly in Terrasses du Larzac, and in Languedoc Montpeyroux where the vines culminate at 400m. Depending on the four red grape varieties, the different soils bring complexity to the wines: sand, gravel, clayey-limestone soil, limestone subsoil. In order to preserve the originality of the soils and the fauna, all the vines are organically cultivated. Harvesting is manual, and yields are very limited (from 15 to 25 hl/ha).
I wrote my story as I went along, nothing prepared me to be a winegrower one day, but my career path led me there, as if it were obvious. Writer, journalist and teacher for wine, the desire to create an estate became a reality in 1997. I fell under the spell of the stormy Causse de Montpeyroux. Since then, every day has been a new adventure, an enchantment that I love to share.
I am a winemaker and committed to my profession. In 2009, I created with 20 winegrowers from Languedoc Roussillon, the association les Vinifilles . This idea simply came from a desire to get together as girls, to exchange ideas about our profession, to give a slightly more realistic image of women winemakers, and to talk about wine with women's words and ideas. We have a great complicity and we help each other.