At the domaine
Want to come visit us?
Pierre, son of the soil of Rabelais and of Cabernet Franc, was sensitive to the oracle of the bottle:
You want to experience this Loire valley landscape, these troglodyte cellars, this tuffeau stone, but especially our true and natural wines? We will be happy to introduce them to you!
Make an appointment to see us
We would like to welcome you to the winery, to share our passion and to speak to you about the world of wine. In order to organize a tasting, we receive exclusively by appointment. Contact us to book a tasting.
Come to see us spontaneously
If you wish to buy our wines (without need to taste them beforehand), we work every day at the wine storehouse in Benais (GPS CLOS MARSOUILLE) and we are open during business hours, happy to fill your trunk!
Come to see us in l'Ile d'Yeu
Chance encounters, moored us on this vendean island to the West of our vineyard.
The absence of vineyards was at first a welcome repose, but very quickly the desire to share and to ally its seafood, the vegetables of the Sage family, Emilie's lambs, products of the flavors of the island, blew like a strong, even agitated, sea wind in our glasses.
Since then, we have opened a wine cellar, in St Sauveur, in the church square, with a wide selection of our wines, and those of our wine grower friends, surrounded by artists, exhibitions, and music during the school holidays.
guest house for wine tasters
Are you looking for a guest house in the heart of the vineyards? The Cuverie, our previous winery, welcomes you with its dormitory (accommodates 7 people), the kitchen’s cozy area around the stove, and its view overlooking the vineyards.
The Breton family will be at your disposal for any suggestions: beautiful strolls to the best tables of the Loire with stops at antiques markets and castles.
If you wish to reserve, contact us.
place of adventure for explorers
After her theatrical training, Catherine’s daughter France livened up this space by proposing a cultural program. In the form of an artist's residence, the Cuverie becomes a place of creation or experimentation. She will invite you to become spectators, curious to witness her unprecedented art forms created on the spot.
In parallel, Catherine presents her wine school. On Saturdays she proposes a discovery of the world of wine and its secrets. As the seasons go by, you will learn the vocabulary of wine, the techniques, and modalities animated through the tasting of our wines and those of our wine grower friends.