Producer Profile


In 2012, Marine made her way to Gaillac to work and learn under the guidance of her friends, the legendary Plageoles family. In 2014, she found 5 hectares of vines in Andillac and the Vignereuse project was launched. Her first vintage delivers precise, flavorful and refined wines that speak both to the quality of the Gaillac as one of the most underrated AOP in France, and to her skills as a young winemaker. -Jenny & François

Where The Wines Come From


Gaillac, nestled in the heart of southwest France, is an ancient winemaking region with a growing reputation for natural wines. With its diverse terroir, including limestone, gravel, and clay soils, Gaillac offers an ideal environment for sustainable viticulture. Natural winemakers in Gaillac prioritize organic and biodynamic farming methods, cultivating indigenous grape varieties such as Mauzac, Braucol, and Duras with minimal intervention. By eschewing chemical additives and focusing on natural fermentation, they produce wines that truly express the region's unique character. Gaillac's natural wines are known for their freshness, vibrancy, and complexity, with Mauzac-based whites offering crisp acidity and floral aromatics, Braucol contributing robust tannins and dark berry flavors in red blends, and Duras providing structure and spice. As the demand for authentic and terroir-driven wines continues to grow, Gaillac stands as a beacon of tradition and innovation in the world of natural winemaking, offering a taste of its rich heritage and commitment to quality with every bottle.