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Our vineyard is located in the commune of Eauze in the Gers. The vineyard extends over 46 hectares that we work in complete harmony with nature. The wines are produced on the Côtes de Gascogne Geographically Protected Indication (PGI) on the Villa Dria and Villa Club ranges. The grape varieties worked are typical of the region and allow us to offer two ga...Lire plus Learn more
Our vineyard is located in the commune of Eauze in the Gers. The vineyard extends over 46 hectares that we work in complete harmony with nature. The wines are produced on the Côtes de Gascogne Geographically Protected Indication (PGI) on the Villa Dria and Villa Club ranges.
The grape varieties worked on are typical of the region and allow us to offer two ranges in red, rosé and white. For the whites, we grow Colombard, Gros Manseng, Ugni Blanc and Petit Manseng to which we add Chardonnay and Sauvignon. As for red wines, produced in smaller quantities, we work with Cabernets Sauvignon and Franc and Merlot. Here, nature is king!
For more than 20 years, we have been running the farm in alternative sustainable agriculture. Far from conventional methods and products, we use geobiology for the energetic harmonisation of soils and organic fertilizers and plant extracts. We can therefore reactivate the vine's natural defences against its diseases.
Since the arrival of Jean-Pierre Drieux, a winegrower as he likes to describe himself, the vineyard has never stopped evolving to get closer to what will be most beneficial to the eco-systems present on the estate.
In this dynamic, he began the construction of a new, more efficient winery with a lower ecological impact. This modern cellar is eco-designed: it is powered by photovoltaic panels on the roof and is filled with new state-of-the-art machines. Its location was also chosen according to the fundamentals of geobiology.
Jean-Pierre is deeply convinced that the energies released by the earth play a defined role in the quality of the wines he produces. He maintains these energies through geobiology.