Christophe Miron, president of the Frontignan cooperative cellar, is a vinegrower. On 20 hectares, he cultivates a specific grape, white muscat with small round grains, known as “Muscat de Frontignan”. This fruit is the only ingredient that makes it possible to produce nearly 2 million bottles of the famous natural sweet wine from Hérault each year, recognized AOC since 1936.
With Bernard Germain, the director of the cellar, he has formed the tandem which, for nearly 20 years, has carried this appellation by developing new products in particular.
The Frontignan cellar now has 135 cooperative partners who cultivate 560 hectares of white muscat with small round grains. Among these partners, some winegrowers have been the same for many years and help keep the town of Frontignan alive.