Producer Profile

Domaine Ozil Frangins Vignerons

The Ozil estate is established at the Mas de Bourret, a typical Ardèche dwelling located not far from Vallon Pont d'Arc, a few steps from the Gorges de l'Ardèche and the Grotte Chauvet 2. The cellar dug into the rock, next to the bread oven, the office installed in the old pigsty, the hayloft which has given way to housing testify to a peasant history, in communion with nature. Brothers and winegrowers, Thomas and Jean-Daniel offer you natural and organic wines.

Where The Wines Come From

Vin de France

Vin de France, formerly known as Vin de Table, is a designation used for French wines that do not fall within specific regional or varietal classifications. This category allows winemakers the freedom to experiment and innovate, making it a popular choice for natural winemaking practices. With Vin de France, winemakers have the flexibility to use grapes from different regions, allowing for a wide range of styles and expressions. Natural winemakers in this category often prioritize organic and biodynamic farming methods, eschewing chemical additives and focusing on minimal intervention in the cellar. As a result, Vin de France wines can vary greatly in style, from crisp and vibrant whites to complex and aromatic reds. They often showcase the terroir and the unique character of the grapes used, offering a diverse and exciting range of flavors. Vin de France wines are increasingly sought after by consumers looking for authentic, terroir-driven wines that reflect the creativity and passion of the winemaker.