September 28, 2023

An aromatic alley as an insectarium.

Our aromatic alley functions as an “insectarium.” Bushes like rosemary, thyme, and lavender, as well as fruit trees such as pomegranate, fig, and cherry, serve as host plants for insects beneficial to our vines.   Insects that provide services to plants are referred to as “beneficials.” There are four types of beneficials: – Pollinators aid […]

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Cover crops: the green fertilizers

In just a handful of healthy soil, there are more microorganisms than there are humans on Earth.   90% of this life resides in the top 15 centimeters of soil. With regenerative agriculture, we adapt to the soil rather than altering it. This means minimizing soil disturbance and external inputs. Instead, we strategically plant cover crops […]

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September 08, 2023

The Hedgerow

A hedge or a hedgerow?  A hedge typically refers to a closely planted row of shrubs or small trees, often trimmed and maintained to form a boundary.  A hedgerow is a more diverse and natural. Its vegetation consists of a mix of woody shrubs, trees, wildflowers and grasses that offer a broad range of benefits. […]

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September 05, 2023

Regenerative Agriculture: A Solution to Climate Change

As we stand at the threshold of a generational handover, it’s important to reflect and shape the future of agriculture for the coming decades. The pace of change is rapid, and we believe a significant transformation is essential to meet the needs of our planet and fulfill individual aspirations. Rather than dedicating our efforts to […]

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June 05, 2023

The chinese radish, friend of the our vineyards

  Among our rows of vines, we grow radishes… Let us explain why.   «The Chinese radish,» also known as daikon or white radish, is a root vegetable commonly used in Asian cuisine: in salads, pickles, sushi, and ramen. With an outer skin that is white or pale green and a white, crunchy interior, daikon […]

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March 14, 2023

the choice of new grape varieties

Winter is the ideal time for planting new vineyards. «What and how to plant ?» is the question that the winemaker asks. The answer depends on what is anticipated in terms of climate and market trends. This is a complex exercise because a vineyard is established for the next 30 years or more, while climate […]

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January 20, 2023

The 2022 Vintage – Earliest start Ever !

The year 2022, with its early start for plants, skimpy amounts of rainfall and long period of hot weather, was a reflection of recent years and probably of those to come. The climatic conditions were trying for all living things (plants as well as animals, including us)! Thankfully, once again, the vines proved their resilience […]

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November 28, 2022

A discovery trail for 2023

Regenerative agriculture —  you have to see it to believe it! Well, at least, to understand it better. And so come spring 2023, we will be inauguring a small trail open to all in the heart of our agroecological zone, between vines, woods and orchards.   Located in a peri-urban zone named Bellecoste, our lands […]

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August 29, 2022

Do grape vines need irrigation ?

In this current context of drought, the debate has come front and center in many parts of our planet. Opinions, often formulated with absolute certainties, are often linked to past weather patterns and whether or not there is enough access to fresh water for irrigation. In our Mediterranean climate, the grape vine is one of […]

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