Gilles Berlioz presses crystal-clear natural wines from Roussanne, Mondeuse and Jacquère
The Domaine Partagé was founded in 1990 by Christine and Gilles Berlioz when they inherited a small family vineyard with Jacquère and Mondeuse vines. Initially they followed conventional cultivation methods, but soon recognised the advantages of organic cultivation and went one step further every year. Now Demeter certified, they now practise biodynamic viticulture. Gilles Berlioz has always been keen to capture people's imagination - not only through provocative labels, but also through the outstanding quality of his wines. Today, Domaine Partagé cultivates a total of 4.5 hectares of vineyards planted with the indigenous grape varieties Roussanne, Mondeuse and Jacquère on clayey limestone soils.