In Praise for slowness.
The project is the result of a long reflection, like the time it takes for the selected musts to reveal the product. The first production was launched in 2012. Extensive trials, based on local wines, tested on family and friends. The idea soon germinates to cultivate the vine and to vinify their own grapes, not to be limited to processing. If this guarantees the traceability of the product, the concept is very current and laudable, Cécile speaks more willingly of complete mastery, from the raw material to the finished product, from the ground to the plate. A form of rigour and stubbornness in scrupulously producing vinegar with sough-after taste qualities.
The winemaker takes the time. It takes patience to accompany these slow transformations, to correct sometimes the missteps, to magnify the discoveries. Months, years. But excellence is at this price. And we would not consider launching a product on the market which has not reached the highest standard. We are at the opposite end of the spectrum from the homogenized production of industrial products.