The story of Domaine Chabrier goes back to 1925, when Louis Chabrier acquired 3.5 hectares of vines in the village of Bourdic; today, the Domaine’s vineyards span 70 hectares. In 1952, the estate was
Cave de Durfort in Durfort-et-Saint-Martin-de-Sossenac was founded in 1963, and is the Gard Department’s youngest winery, with 80 cooperative members and six permanent employees. It lies close to the
Domaine Le Sollier lies in the village of Monoblet in the foothills of the Cévennes National Park, with the twin Jumelles de Monoblet peaks rising up in the background. The Olivier family have been
Hard Work and High Standards
The town of Uzès stands on a rocky hillside rising up from the surrounding plains. As we approach, we are greeted by 3 towers in near-perfect alignment, representing the 3 powers that have held sway here over the centuries: the dukedom, the kingdom and the bishopric. The title of Duke of Uzès is the pinnacle of the French peerage system.