Ground :


The vines are planted in the town of Villematier, about twenty kilometers north of Toulouse on a soil of gravely boulbènes on the surface and stony marl in depth.


Grape variety:


Sauvignon is a grape variety native to the southwest that can be found in various French regions. It is said that it is the grape variety for lovers of life. Its lively and fruity style embodies dynamism, humor and energy.




Always brilliant straw yellow color with gold reflections. The nose of finesse and complexity remains on the register of dried fruits and spices. The palate, in perfect balance between acidity and silky character, presents remarkable length and finesse.


Cultural practices:


It is with a perpetual respect for the plant and a reasoned approach to the culture that this grape variety is cultivated. The land is mechanically worked every other row, unpacked as regards the grassed row in which organic life plays a large part in soil preservation. In order to limit the risk of pollution, there is no residual weeding or anti-botrytis. The biological diversity of this terroir gives the grapes full expression


Oenological practices:


The grapes are picked at full maturity for their fruit expression at night. Then, a gentle pressing and fermentation at 17 degrees for about two weeks brings it freshness, fruit and balance. Roundness is provided by the work of lees filtered and fermented in oak barrels then stirred for two months on fine lees. A single light filtration before bottling will preserve all the olfactory and gustatory qualities of the wine.




4500 Bottles / year


Pairing - wine:


From the aperitif and throughout a meal with seafood, poultry and hard cheeses.