Domaine de Sulauze

Domaine de Sulauze

Domaine de Sulauze

Domaine de Sulauze is a biodynamic winery located in the Provence region of France. The estate covers 330 hectares and has been farmed by the same family since the 15th century. The current owners, Guillaume and Karine Lefèvre, began converting the vineyards to biodynamic farming in 2004 and were certified in 2010.

The vineyards are planted with a variety of grape varieties, including Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Carignan, and Vermentino. The wines are made using natural winemaking methods, with minimal intervention and no added sulfites. The estate also produces olive oil and honey.

In addition to their commitment to biodynamic farming and natural winemaking, Domaine de Sulauze is also known for their experimentation with unusual grape varieties and winemaking techniques. They have even created a wine made from the juice of pressed grape skins, which they call "Vin de Voile."

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