« Man can be great, in the means he uses to reach his objectives, not in the results » This is what Papi Charles said about Ernest Hemingway’s novel “The Old Man and the Sea, one summer evening.
"Orliac vineyards” are surrounded by garrigue, perched up on the hillsides, in the hinterland, north of Montpellier. They cover 60 ha of well- trimmed rows, stretching between the Serrane and the Pic Saint Loup mountains.
"Orliac vineyards” also represent a family: Marie-Thérèse, Jean, François and Yves, united by their love for their country and their passion for wine.Orliac vineyards” also represent a range of wines: Domaine de l’Hortus, Clos du Prieur, and also grapes and wines from our neighbours gathered under the name Bergerie de l’Hortus and Loup dans la Bergerie.Finally, in addition to all that: the wooden cellar, the old stones, barrels, tractors and wines,
“Orliac vineyards” also represent a team: Patricia, Béatrice, Daniel, Jean Michel, Emmanuel, Lionel, Frédéric, Lhassem, Massimo and Jean-François, who work and share their everyday joys, doubts, good or bad tempered days and make “great wines”.