METHOD & Wine production
« Le vin est le fils du soleil et de la terre, mais il a eu le travail comme accoucheur. » Paul Claudel
During the rearing, special care and hygiene are carried out, so as to restrict the use of sulfur dioxide (SO2) in order to be able to consume reasonably without inconvenient consequences. The annual production is about 1200 hectoliters (rose 70%, red 15%, white 15%), for marketing in metropolitan France, the West Indies, England, Germany, and the United States. In the domalne of the island, the cultivation is exclusively mechanical, without weeding or chemical fertilizers or insecticides in a permanent concern of respect for the environment. In order to avoid oxidation and to remove damaged leaves and grapes, the harvesting is done manually, depositing the grapes sorted in boxes or treating the rosé by maceration. Bleeding, settling and temperature controlled fermentation
METHOD & Wine production
« Le vin est le fils du soleil et de la terre, mais il a eu le travail comme accoucheur. » Paul Claudel
During the rearing, special care and hygiene are carried out, so as to restrict the use of sulfur dioxide (SO2) in order to be able to consume reasonably without inconvenient consequences. The annual production is about 1200 hectoliters (rose 70%, red 15%, white 15%), for marketing in metropolitan France, the West Indies, England, Germany, and the United States. In the domalne of the island, the cultivation is exclusively mechanical, without weeding or chemical fertilizers or insecticides in a permanent concern of respect for the environment. In order to avoid oxidation and to remove damaged leaves and grapes, the harvesting is done manually, depositing the grapes sorted in boxes or treating the rosé by maceration. Bleeding, settling and temperature controlled fermentation
METHOD & Wine production
« Le vin est le fils du soleil et de la terre, mais il a eu le travail comme accoucheur. » Paul Claudel
During the rearing, special care and hygiene are carried out, so as to restrict the use of sulfur dioxide (SO2) in order to be able to consume reasonably without inconvenient consequences. The annual production is about 1200 hectoliters (rose 70%, red 15%, white 15%), for marketing in metropolitan France, the West Indies, England, Germany, and the United States. In the domalne of the island, the cultivation is exclusively mechanical, without weeding or chemical fertilizers or insecticides in a permanent concern of respect for the environment. In order to avoid oxidation and to remove damaged leaves and grapes, the harvesting is done manually, depositing the grapes sorted in boxes or treating the rosé by maceration. Bleeding, settling and temperature controlled fermentation
METHOD & Wine production
« Le vin est le fils du soleil et de la terre, mais il a eu le travail comme accoucheur. » Paul Claudel
During the rearing, special care and hygiene are carried out, so as to restrict the use of sulfur dioxide (SO2) in order to be able to consume reasonably without inconvenient consequences. The annual production is about 1200 hectoliters (rose 70%, red 15%, white 15%), for marketing in metropolitan France, the West Indies, England, Germany, and the United States. In the domalne of the island, the cultivation is exclusively mechanical, without weeding or chemical fertilizers or insecticides in a permanent concern of respect for the environment. In order to avoid oxidation and to remove damaged leaves and grapes, the harvesting is done manually, depositing the grapes sorted in boxes or treating the rosé by maceration. Bleeding, settling and temperature controlled fermentation
METHOD & Wine production
« Le vin est le fils du soleil et de la terre, mais il a eu le travail comme accoucheur. » Paul Claudel
During the rearing, special care and hygiene are carried out, so as to restrict the use of sulfur dioxide (SO2) in order to be able to consume reasonably without inconvenient consequences. The annual production is about 1200 hectoliters (rose 70%, red 15%, white 15%), for marketing in metropolitan France, the West Indies, England, Germany, and the United States. In the domalne of the island, the cultivation is exclusively mechanical, without weeding or chemical fertilizers or insecticides in a permanent concern of respect for the environment. In order to avoid oxidation and to remove damaged leaves and grapes, the harvesting is done manually, depositing the grapes sorted in boxes or treating the rosé by maceration. Bleeding, settling and temperature controlled fermentation