We gave up our dreams of becoming a pork butcher dancer and a toreador to become wine-growers in France, in the Alpilles. Discovered in Spain for our wine profile – our wines are nicknamed the Pisotón, Spanish saying meaning tripping somebody up to get the coveted object first! –, we’ve been widening our wine family since then, with our Rêves d’Enfants (children’s dream). As we live between our two loves, our next bottles will come from our selection of the nicest bodegas.
Intellectuals/farmers: here’s how we could define our singular family. These two concerns are indivisible to us, and they motivate, question, and guide us. Reason would have made us choose a good job in Spain; passion has made us travel miles between the Alpilles and Castille for our vineyard to shine. Our very frequent visits to Spanish bodegas lead us to sharpen our own perception and high standards as drinkers and consumers. Tomorrow, the Reconquista will welcome future wines that we vinify and that others glorify.
From the Pisotón that witnessed the birth of our reputation, to our Rêves d’Enfants that lay ourselves bare,
the Reconquista is like a curtain rising on the theatre stage.