The Estate

Family vineyard of 60 ha on the heights of Valréas, the domain of the seminary is fully worked in organic farming with inclinations for biodynamic especially in the cellar where we use the lunar calendar. Today we have various varietals on the estate to produce our white, rosé and red wines: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan, Viognier, Roussanne, Marsanne, Clairette, Grenache Blanc.... The estate is located on the heights of Valréas between 300 and 400 m On clay and limestone soils and saffres. The wines are found very fresh and fruity with melted tannins.

The little story

Wine is for me a family history, in the Pouizin family we are all winegrowers and bio! My grandfather taught me a lot and taught me to observe and take care of the plant... I'm the fourth generation on the field. Today my wines are the expression of the beautiful terroir and domain that my ancestors left me. Fresh, straight, Frank, fruity... it is also thanks to them that I am there thanks to what they taught me and to the care that they gave to their land...

The Cellar

The winery is essentially composed of thermo-regulated concrete vats. It was built in 1938. Since it is constantly modernized.
The field of the seminary is totally autonomous, from the cultivation of the vine to the marketing of its wines.
Since 2007, aware of a change in the consumption habits and constraints of the current market, we have concluded that the creation of a tasting vault was an inevitable thing in order to offer our wine directly to consumers.
It also allows us to evoke our working methods and the vine sector to which we are deeply attached and to respond as closely as possible to the expectations of our customers.
We invite you to join us, we will be very happy to present our different cuvées.

Our Products

Our wines come from various varietals: Grenache, Syrah, Carignan, Mourvèdre, Viognier, Clairette, Marsanne...

We have made the choice to work our wines with the native yeasts and to add the minimum of inputs in order to respect and to best reveal our terroir.