Come see us.
Not many do.

The Lanquedoc is our home and we love to share it. We are a vineyard like no other in a region like no other. The climate, the soil, the history and the people are unique. As you’ll discover while sipping at our cellar door, taking a walk through our vines or staying with one of the locals. If you are coming, we’d be delighted to show you around.

Cellar door.

200 year-old vines, a lookout across the valley and maybe even a dog to tag along. We’ve created a walk through the vines that you can do at your own pace, in your own way. We’ve even put up some signs along the way. They start at the cellar door and finish with a nice glass of wine.

The Languedoc is our home and we love to share it. We are an estate like no other in a region like no other. The climate, the soil, the history and the people are unique. As you’ll discover while sipping at our cellar door, taking a walk through our vines or staying with one of the locals. If you are coming, we’d be delighted to show you around.

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Cellar door.

We’re a bit out of the way. And not in the fashionable region. But that suits us just fine. Because we know all the secrets and the beauty of this place. And we’re hoping not too many people find out and ruin it for the rest. Come along to our cellar door and we’ll tell you all. While you enjoy some of our wines. Before it becomes fasionable.
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Walk through
the vines.

200 year-old vines, a lookout across the valley and maybe even a dog to tag along. We’ve created a walk through the vines that you can do at your own pace, in your own way. We’ve even put up some signs along the way. They start at the cellar door and finish with a nice glass of wine.
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Cazal Viel

Cazal Viel is where it all started. And long before we arrived. Right back to 1202 in fact. When the monks of Abbaye de Fontcaude made their wine here. We've been here for a while too. Since 1789. That's eight generations and counting. If you visit, you'll see why.
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Auzines

Laurent discovered Auzines quite fortuitously. It's high up, at over 350 metres, so it's not the kind of place that's easy to find. But once he did, he couldn't forget it. Nestled between a mountain and a gorge it overlooks the village of Lagrasse. The locals have made him, his Irish wife Neasa and their family very welcome. It could be because of the wine he makes for them.

Stay.

La Souche

Beautiful B&B in Saint-Chinian.


Au Lavoir

Bed and Breakfast in Colombiers and amazing restaurant near the Canal du Midi.


Athos du Midi

For those seeking something different.
A luxury hotel on a traditional French Barge.

Cellar Door Collection.