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The Languedoc-Roussillon wine area is today certainly the region where the most interesting things happen in terms of the wine-growing industry, not only for the benefit of France, but also for the world over. This wine-growing area is the largest in the world: it extends along the Mediterranean from the Rhône Delta down to the foot of the Pyrenees. It is not only the largest wine-growing region and the most productive in terms of wines in France, but it is also the oldest. Even the various brotherhoods fight to defend this cultural heritage, by promoting the traditions of good food and drink.
Via Domitia known as the Queen Juliette’s path is the oldest Roman road in Gaul.
Built in 118 BC, connecting Italy to Spain, it encouraged the expansion of viticulture in Languedoc.
Legend has it that a certain Queen Juliette gave her name to these places during her visit.
The domain bordering this road inherited this name.
The 110 hectare vineyard planted on clay-limestone soils ideally facing south dominates the “étang de Thau”.
It is located in the heart of the “Picpoul de Pinet” appellation.
Guillaume and Marion are brother and sister. They are now the sixth generation of winegrowers who cultivate their vineyard with great care and love.
With passion and rigor, they breed great wines that fill the love they have for their profession.