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In Olibaou you can find wine but also olive oil which come from a clayey-limestone soil exposed due south, facing the magnificent Saint Victoire mountain. Today the estate has 9.5 hectares of vines and 2.9 hectares of organic olive oil.Lire plus Learn more
In Olibaou you can find wine but also olive oil which come from a clayey-limestone soil exposed due south, facing the magnificent Saint Victoire mountain. Today the estate has 9.5 hectares of vines and 2.9 hectares of organic olive oil.
L'Olibaou is above all a beautiful love story between a man and wine. It is therefore after years of intense research into an ideal place, that in June 2004 Henri Doglione fell in love with this land located in Venelles, and was finally able to realize his childhood dream: to produce his own wine.
A few months later, Mr. Doglione called on Dominique Soriano to help him create the vineyard and share his know-how with him. And since then, these two have never left each other.
From the cultivation of trees to the processing of fruit, all the products offered by the Domaine de l'Olibaou are from certified organic farming. As an additional guarantee of quality, the harvest is done by hand, in the purest tradition of olive growing and wine-growing, ensuring a meticulous selection of the grains used.
Do you know that?
The Domaine was created in 2004 from scratch, because before there was only garrigue and nothing else! It was
only in 2009 that the vines began to produce good small grapes...
Today, Olibaou produces about 300 hectolitres!