Southwest France, France: Domaine de Mirail

The Domaine de Mirail is located near the town of Lectoure, in the heart of Lomagne, which Stendhal has already described as French Tuscany. The quality of the Mirail terroir was recognized at the end of the 15th century since at that time a vine had already been planted. 5 centuries later, the property was reborn thanks to the will of Charles Hochman and his son Charles-Antoine, who decided to rehabilitate the 30 hectares of abandoned vineyards. Looking decisively into the future, Domaine de Mirail wines are now certified "Organic" while retaining their exceptional aromatic and gustatory qualities extracted from a very high potential terroir made essentially from limestone outcrops (Peyrusquet). The purpose of all these efforts undertaken to revive this ancient state is to put on the French and international market a range of products worthy of the traditions of their origins and adapted to contemporary lifestyles.