The estate has been gradually reconstituted over the past twenty years on a terroir planted with vines in the last century.
Its name is linked to the Pech over which most of the vineyard extends. Site of an old parish that has now disappeared, its church dedicated to "Saint-Julien" was sold as national property during the revolution.
On 7 hectares of vines, Cabernet, Cot, Merlot, Gamay, Tannat, occupy land with typical clay-limestone soils, ocher red in color, shallow and very stony soils thus ensuring a preferred ground for the production of a quality wine.
All the steps necessary for the production of our wine take place at the property (vinification, bottling, packaging, etc.)
- Farm visit
- Cellar visit
- Parking lot
- Chains and labels
- Independent Winegrowers
- Vineyards & discoveries
Sunday and public holidays by appointment.