Since 1980, the Clos de Caveau was the regional first cellar to produce an organic wine, respecting the authenticity of the Provençal ecosystem long before the emergence of organic standards and regulations.Just a few words about this bottle: the label is so modern, understated and terribly original. It embraces with sensuality a bottle of great elegance, proudly wearing the arms of Vacqueyras melted on the glass.This time, the story begins with a course in geology, going back 3 million years ago, in the Oligocene. The vineyard, unlike the appellation, is located on hillside of Montmirail, famous for its lace. Strata are vertical on the hill while they are horizontal in the land. After a long and fastidious work, Henri discovered that his vineyard covered three main strata, spaced about three million years ago, each offering a very different terroir. The estate produces three cuvées with distinctive personalities. A few hectares are also cultivated in the land near Violès to produce a wine of appellation “Côte du Rhône”.