Their project now took on a new and very personal dimension, with the acquisition of these two gems in Beautiran.
First, the couple immediately fell under the spell of Château Couloumey. Its architecture, its wonderful park and its peaceful lakes.
It was then that Château Le Tuquet, a few metres away, came up for sale, giving the project a new dimension and exciting challenges.
Domaines de la Parrhèsia was born.
Today, the vineyard has about 30 hectares in production out of the 90 ha that will be gradually replanted, surrounded by woods and clearings. Biodiversity is naturally present here, and the vineyard could not be more full of life.
Each château is like a raw jewel, a sleeping beauty that must be awakened. As for the wines, they bear the mark of new-generation winegrowers, attentive to detail, of their time, and determined to express the terroir as much as the aromatic richness of the fruit.