The way of life in the South of France represents a tradition, passed down from generation to generation, of knowing how to be (“savoir-être”) and knowing how things are done (“savoir-faire”). According to Mediterranean custom, “savoir-faire” encompasses history, culture, gastronomy, as well as the culinary arts. “Savoir-être” embodies elegance, charm, respect and the ability to live together in harmony. The Southern way of life combines the energy of the sun-scorched coast with the milder nature of the higher ground. Its local products are given the time to grow, the time to simmer in exquisite dishes: simply the time to live.

At Pierre’s workshop, the art of “drinking well” and “eating well” have become a fundamental science; created to complement the local gastronomy and provide pleasure: his wine’s raison d’être.