Our story together first began in the entertainment industry, where we worked for about ten years. We were both big wine enthusiasts, and in 2004 we decided to embark on a new adventure: become winemakers ourselves.
Today, we have 15 ha (37 acres) of organic vineyards and make all three colors of wine. With each fruitful new encounter, each faithful customer, each new harvest and budding grapevine, the adventure continues and our passion for wine only continues to grow.
It’s the little things that make all the difference…
By taking care of all the little details in the vineyards, and back at the cellar, we try to bring out the very best of ourselves: a great bottle of wine that we craft based on our own beliefs, on the sensations that we want to feel while we’re drinking it, and which we want others to feel as well: these pleasures, these landscapes, this voyage, this life filled with passionate work and emotions.
We’ve been working with our partners for many years now, as we share the same convictions: a job well done, respect for the consumer, and a true passion for wine. Don’t hesitate to pay them a visit; in addition to our wines, you’ll find a warm and professional welcome. Restaurants, wine merchants or fine food markets...we highly recommend all of them.
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We’re happy to welcome you to our winery, located just outside the town of Aix-en-Provence near the village of Puyricard, a can’t miss stop on the Provence Wine Route. You can visit the vineyards and the winery, located on the southern slope of the Trévaresse hills, in the very heart of the protected AOP Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence appellation. After your visit, the city of Aix-en-Provence, famous for its fountains, art, and opera festival in July, is just a 10-minute drive away. You can take a hike on the sunny slopes of Mount Sainte-Victoire, which is close by, or visit Marseilles on the Mediterranean coast just 20 miles to the south. To travel to our area, the TGV high-speed train station of Aix-en-Provence is 12 miles away, and the Marseille-Provence international airport is 15 miles away.