Producer Profile

Chemins de Bassac

Bruno Trigueiro's journey to winemaking at Chemins de Bassac in Puimisson, France, represents a profound shift from his bustling life as an architect in Sao Paolo. Drawn by the promise of a healthier lifestyle and inspired by the dynamic atmosphere of Languedoc, Bruno and his wife Thama embraced the opportunity to manage the organic-certified estate in 2016. Transitioning from urban life to vineyard stewardship, they took full control in 2019, marking a significant milestone with Demeter certification and a commitment to natural winemaking practices. Rejecting enological additives in favor of trust in meticulous vineyard work, Bruno's ethos reflects personal experience, having overcome migraines by eschewing industrialized products.

Where The Wines Come From


In the sun-kissed vineyards of Languedoc-Roussillon, the natural wine movement thrives, intertwining tradition with innovation in every sip. Embracing organic and biodynamic practices, winemakers here eschew additives and interventions, allowing the terroir to speak authentically through each bottle. From the rugged foothills of the Pyrenees to the coastal plains along the Mediterranean, diverse microclimates nurture a rich tapestry of grape varietals, including Carignan, Grenache, and Mourvèdre, among others. These wines, marked by their purity and vitality, reflect not only the region's ancient winemaking heritage but also its commitment to sustainability and respect for the land. In Languedoc-Roussillon, natural wine isn't just a trend; it's a way of life, encapsulating the essence of the land and the passion of its people in every pour.