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Located in the Cru La Livinière, Les Clos des Pères is a 3.5 ha estate. Cultivated in Bio dynamie in the respect of the soil, the parcels of Cinsault, Grenache, old Carignan (67 years old) and Syr...Lire plus Learn more
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Our estate is made up of 7 parcels, covering 3.75 hectares. Our plots are planted on soils of varying composition, predominantly clay-limestone. At Clos des Pères, we work with Vieux Grenache Noir, Grenache Gris, Cinsault, Carignan and Syrah. Biodynamic viticulture is at the heart of our daily work, and our respect for the soil and vines means that we often work with our hands to avoid compacting the soil. The grapes are harvested by hand, entirely in crates, to keep them intact until they are ready to be vatted.vinification takes place in vats, to ensure gentle, slow extraction of aromas. Ageing is then carefully adapted to the vintage and grape variety, to accompany the wine through a slow maturation process. This maturation takes place in vats or in barrels of several wines, with capacities ranging from 228 to 500 liters. Winter is the time when everything settles down: the sap in the vines, but also the lees in our barrels! Then comes Spring, and the birth of leaves and the first grapes. Summer helps structure the new vintage. Finally comes Autumn. A time of effervescence in the vines. It's the time when our wines reach optimal ripeness. Fermentation takes place entirely naturally, thanks to indigenous yeasts and without any inputs. Depending on the vintage, a little sulfite is added at bottling for certain cuvées.
Hand-grown with respect for terroir and nature, we want to keep the soil alive to bring out the best in our vines. A grandfather, a father and a meeting between a graphic designer and a winemaker.