Heathers correziennes in the vineyard
At first in 1978, after some technical studies and a first experience at the Saint-Émilion’s
family vineyard is born the will to produce my own wine but not wherever: in Libournais.
Then: Saint Emilion, Lalande de Pomerol either Fronsac?
The opportunities appear and it is finally at La Rivière,where our interest goes: a neglected property , a site of south hillsides / the very attractive western South, the beautyfull Girondist house from the beginning of the 18th and a sandy–clay soil which offers beautiful possibilities …
A challenge to be raised! In the family it had almost become one tradition. My rear grandparents and grandparents had been already challenged by leaving the high Corrèze, to sell wines of Libournais in Belgium and in the North of France.
A footprint, you may only see a trace. She is much more to me. She’s a link. It’s genetic; she’s my father and me.
It is also time and our memory; it is our birth and today our rebirth. It is the hope of being sustainable.
Sometimes ephemeral, sometimes fossilized. Sometimes fragile, sometimes anchored. It remains above all ecological and wild. It is to protect it that we have chosen an organic culture.