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Organic, natural

&

French

Organic, natural & award winning

 

 

"Our vision was not just to make wine for our own personal pleasure but to create a high-quality, authentic and organic wine.

‘Our greatest satisfaction has been to produce award winning wine straight from our first vintage, recognized by many medals and appreciated by our customers, right from the first crop.

 'Organic'. Certainly, the word conjures up thoughts of natural well-being, of looking after the planet and a deep regard for everything that lives there.

For us, at our French vineyard in the Lot Valley in South West France, however, it also means something else. 'Taste'."

Visit and stay with us

Because, while the soil and climate hereabouts provide the perfect accommodation for the vines we provide tasteful accommodation for our guests too.

So, for a true taste of South West France, why not consider a short break in one of the beautifully appointed guesthouses set in the midst of our estate?

Discover our guesthouses>

All good things come to an end.
After 10 years of winemaking we have reluctantly decided to end our wine production.
We loved every step of the adventure. My father made beautiful unique wines and has achieved his dream. We are particularly proud of our Grand Vins, reviving a rare Sauvignon Gris grape variety, achieving a powerful velvety Cabernet Franc, an elegant Malbec and divine bubbles... all organic!
This was a true family adventure, three generations, have worked very hard to pamper our numerous rows of vines, and to animate countless wine tasting events and exhibitions. Sadly the family team, has now spread its wings in different directions and countries in UK, Switzerland and Spain. Without us my 77 year old parents cannot continue the project.
Along the way we have met incredible and inspiring people such as our Swiss mentor Didier Joris and lovely loyal customers who have shared our enthusiasm.
We hope some of you have a few Tour de Belfort bottles to hold on to, Tom Lewis, the famous Cambridge Wine blogger has called these last bottles "a Unicorn wine". Santé to all !!