The "Sous la Montagne" project showed us the importance of safeguarding our wine heritage and we also knew that we were not the only ones to think this way. So we decided to do the same for others who like us defend their viticultural heritage and practices, and thought it would be interesting for you to discover these wines from other “terroirs” too.
More often than not, the vines are relatively old and in extreme situations, harvested by hand, more or less vinified whole-harvest and with no wood.
A certain idea of happiness…
"I'll drink milk the day cows start to graze on grapes."