With cuvées mainly from Languedoc, but also from Provence, and produced on different estates, the three acolytes who built this house have gone to great lengths to ensure that it rests on solid foundations: this is a house of wines. free and committed. But engaged in what, exactly? And free, yes, but free of what?
Like all the wines offered at Le Naturiste, the selection made at Poivre d'Âne respects nature by not allowing the use of pesticides at any stage in the slow process of tending, harvesting and vinification. And because the winemakers at Poivre d'Âne know their environment and live in it as much as they let it live in them, their wines are committed. And, carried by ancient grape varieties such as Aramon and Cinsault, history is delicately expressed in the names chosen for the cuvées.
And if these wines are freed from the shackles of over-consumption, they are above all free to express themselves. No collage has been imposed on these wines. They haven't had to take away an ounce of their complex, more or less accessible individuality in order to exist and be offered to you.