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The Mayard family has been managing the estate in Châteauneuf-du-Pape for 6 generations. The vineyard now extends over 43 hectares of vines with 2 main islets, one of 21 hectares...Lire plus Learn more
The Mayard family has been managing the estate in Châteauneuf-du-Pape for 6 generations. The vineyard now extends over 43 hectares of vines with 2 main islets: one of 21 hectares located south of the Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation in the area known as the "Grand Coulet", and the second of 8 hectares located to the east on the famous "Crau" plateau.
The entire estate includes around thirty parcels spread over a wide variety of terroirs, some of which have been planted for more than a century. In order to highlight these rich terroirs, the Mayard family has decided to turn to sustainable agriculture that respects the environment. The Domaine is organically grown and offers several vintages of Châteauneuf du Pape and Côtes du Rhône.
The Domaine Mayard was created by Gratien Mayard at the end of the 19th century. Hesitant to leave for the United States following the phylloxera crisis, he decided to stay for love of the soil to reconstitute his vineyard vine stock by stock. And even today, the Mayard family is still in charge of the management and modernity of the estate.
The pride of the farming family today is to ensure the legacy left to it by past generations. We work with respect for the vine and its ecosystem in order to maintain high quality.
My grandfather always told me that my first word was not "Mom" or "Dad" but "tractor". Being a winegrower is for me a child's dream, to continue the activity for 6 generations, which is coming true. What I like is to be able to work with the vines.