Some benchmarks, some history



The vineyard is situated on three properties distant of fifteen kilometers.

The first property acquired by our family in the sixties, is spread over 80 hectares on the North hills of Bergerac. Facing the South it has sandy alluvial soil with clay from the Quaternary.

Replanted with merlot on approximately three hectares in 2002, and with 40 acres of Sauvignon Blanc in 2010 with a high density of vines per hectare, it will, in the coming years, allow to sublimate the quality of our red and dry white wines.

It also hosts the winery built in the early nineteenth century. Originally the building was meant for the pastoral needs but its first barrels are installed at the end of the nineteenth century, when the vineyard began to be exploited.

Then, in the mid-fifties, the winery was extended with wooden vats containing four hundred hectoliters. The winery, which had become too small, was broadly renovated in 2006.

At the same time, the new shop is created just outside Bergerac along the N21 towards Périgueux.

The second property of seven hectares, is located just underneath the small village Pomport in the south of Bergerac. It has clay-limestone soils from the Tertiary exposed East and West. Part of its vineyards are under natural recovery in order to enhance the quality of our white dry or dessert wines.

The third property is in the Pécharmant appellation. 1,30 hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cot growing on a terroir due south produce our most successful red wines.

Our first bottles will be available in our shop at the end of 2015.