Juicy, dry, tangerines and pine
Sauvignon blanc and Vermentino
About the winemaker
La Ferme Rouge
Created in 1908, La Ferme Rouge is an estate in the agricultural sector, dedicated to the cultivation of vines and olives. Built in 1933 among vineyards and olive trees, the winery has fully been restored. Mixture of original architecture and modernity, La Ferme Rouge cellars are entirely dedicated to our passion for wine. As early as 1998, the first efforts have revolved around fixing and reorganizing the farm. Soil revival, addition of composts rich in organic matter, implementation of a vast water network through the estate, drilling rainwater and groundwater retention and storage basins, uprooting of the old vines, soil mixing in an effort to restore their permeability, elimination of untimely plowing, thus leaving way for all forms of natural micro-fauna, revival of old plots, planting new grape varieties suited for this type of soil and climate, and suited to the philosophy of producing wine with atypical grape varieties.
More than ever, through a family’s hard work and great commitment, La Ferme Rouge revolves around the wine production world with its reconstructed vineyard, its restored cellar, a unique terroir, its winemaker philosophy and its history anchored in contemporaneity. From trimming to green harvesting, our wine gets established in the vineyards all year round. Harvesting is done manually and cooled after going through the sorting and de-stemming tables, the grapes are pressed, not crushed, in small open thermo-regulated concrete vats. The grapes are hand picked, and daily pumping is performed during the fermentation process, in order to favor a gentle extraction. La Ferme Rouge Wines benefit from traditional savoir-faire as well as modern oenology skills.