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Welcome to L'Oustal Blanc, one of the most beautiful terroirs in the Languedoc! A domain so fragmented that sometimes the neighbours harvest some of our parcels. But we are not resentful because what motivates us and makes us vibrate is of course to produce our wine, but especially to share it. And this sharing, we try to establish it in each of our plots, without forgetting our favorite: a plot of old grenache.Lire plus Learn more
The adventure began when Claude sold his estate in the Côtes du Ventoux (Château Valcombe) to relocate to his native Languedoc.
Moreover, in homage to her, who allowed us to realize our dreams and ourselves, we called the Domaine Maison Blanche in Occitan: "L'Oustal Blanc". We make our dream come true every day: vinify in a cellar dating back to 1907, find plots of old vines more than 60 years old in native varieties (grenache noir, grenache gris, carignan and cinsault). Our dream, realized every day: to vinify in a cellar dating back to 1907, to find plots of old vines more than 60 years old in native grape varieties (grenache noir, grenache gris, carignan and cinsault).
However, our common passion comes from different sources. For Claude, it was his grandfather, already a winegrower in Languedoc, who passed on Bacchus' gift to him. For Isabel, nothing predestined her to become a winegrower, except a picture of her at 13 in Bissau, Africa, where she already proudly wore earrings in the shape of grape bunches. Fate as they say! Different wine origins therefore, but decisive common encounters such as those with Bruno Quenioux, great sommelier chef passionately transmitting his love for wine, or with Jean-Pierre Boisson (if not a predestined name), president of the Rugby club in Château-Neuf-Du-Pape.
Our passion for music is reflected in our wines. We try to mix opera and vinification, since we are convinced of the common delight of these two arts. Also, our Giocoso wine is named after a musical term that means joyful and lively, just like this wine full of vigour. Vinified without any green matter, our wines are of unparalleled precision. What transports us to the world of wine is the perspective of the harvest, the sharing and encounters in the world of wine, and we hope to be able to share it with you by inviting you to discover our wines.