Once upon a time, hiding in the hills, an attractive vine asleep for years.
One day a group of passionate men and women decided to give it new life and shine. The ungrateful white pebbles flows the Arabian Stones.
Located south of the Corrèze, the borders of Limousin, Perigord and Quercy, the little town of Branceilles had its first famous wine from 1878. Then, the left part of his vineyard soil to the planting of chestnut and walnut . wine, truffles and nuts and durably marked our history.
Sylvie, Jean-Paul, Fred, Michael, Vincent, Laurence, George, Philip, Peter, Philip winemakers are working their fields in a common quality control.
The "Valley of Dordogne Corrèze "offers Branceilles, on clay-limestone, a region where the Arabian Stones takes its unique typicality.
The 30 hectares around the village are planted with cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, gamay and chardonnay.
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