September 28, 2023

Removal of an illegal dump

Left fallow for twenty years, this plot that we acquired in 2018 was used as an illegal dumpsite for some time. With the goal of transforming it back into healthy land, we dedicated 6 months to collect and bring 200 tons of construction and public works debris to the local landfill. This plot is not […]

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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 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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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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November 12, 2021

The 2021 Vintage

As we farmers in France say, “Trees never reach the heavens”, and after several incredibly favorable vintages that were easy to vinify, the golden series came to a brutal end. 2021 was a challenge from start to finish. If we came out the other side doing so well, it’s thanks to the tremendous investment and […]

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May 07, 2021

Take cover… crops!

The philosophy behind regenerative farming focuses on conservation and improvement of our farming environments. It emphasizes restoring local biodiversity but above all improving the quantity and quality of topsoil. One of the most effective practices is the use of cover crops. Used correctly they mitigate soil erosion while improving soil fertility, quality, water retention, weeds, […]

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March 30, 2021

Regenerative agriculture, our future

As a generational handover approaches, it’s good to take a step back and imagine the kind of agriculture we want to practice in the decades to come. Everything is accelerating and we are convinced that a profound change must take place, to better meet challenges of global warming and to respond to the aspirations of […]

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December 22, 2020

Our Vendanges – Finally some good news in 2020!

We’ll all be happy to turn the page “2020” at midnight on December 31st, in spite of the many uncertainties that will remain. While everyone has been rightfully focused on the global social and economic disruption of the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 wine harvest has been enormously troubling for many of our colleagues. It’s been […]

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