Domaine viticole de Malavieille
Domaine viticole de Malavieille

The history of the Domaine de Malavieille, a vineyard in the Languedoc-Roussillon.

Ancestors in front of a high-productive vine arbour Transplanting on the Malavieille farm

 

The Malavieille property was given by Monsieur De Thémine to his farmer Flucran Reynes when he had to flee the country for Lousiana in 1793 to escape the French Revolution.

 

The castle and the property


Fulcran and his wife Zénobie challenged this unwelcoming soil to cultivate the vineyard. Later, they handed it down to their grand-daughter Cécile Vigné, married to Monsieur Lacas. She had to fight against phylloxera. The current owner is her descendant, Mireille Lacas-Bertrand whose her goal is to make a type of wine which honours the land it is made from.

 

Records Madame Bertrand in the vineyard

 

At the same time, the Bertrand family run and make wine on the Saint Saturnin de Lucian and Montpeyroux vineyards. The latter was created by Juliette, Monsieur Bertrand’s grandmother who, after WWI grafted the Carignan Bleu which is still cultivated today out of respect for Juliette’s courage and self-abnegation.

 

Saint Saturnin Old vine trunks Mr Bertrand

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The wines of Malavieille

Domaine de Malavieille
La Boutine

Domaine de Malavieille<br />La Boutine

Le Mas de Bertrand
Le 5 Montpeyroux

Le Mas de Bertrand<br />Le 5 Montpeyroux

Domaine de Malavieille
Charmille

Domaine de Malavieille<br />Charmille

Château Malavieille
Rouge Permien

Château Malavieille<br />Rouge Permien

Château Malavieille
Alliance

Château Malavieille<br />Alliance

Le Mas de Bertrand
Saint Saturnin

Le Mas de Bertrand<br />Saint Saturnin

Château Malavieille
Alliance

Château Malavieille<br />Alliance

Domaine de Malavieille
Charmille

Domaine de Malavieille<br />Charmille

 

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Map of Malavieille