|Type(s) of agriculture||Responsible farming|
|Activities||Tasting / Visit the field/the cellar|
Between two of the most beautiful mountains of Provence, a vineyard is undergoing a renaissance. We can understand the attachment of Frédéric Feraud to the Anticaille; the family estate is set on a beautiful landscape with the Sainte-Victoire in the background, with healthy vines and a demanding, but fertile terroir.
Rosé lovers will be treated with no less than four different wines that allow the winemaker to use all of the nuances of his terroir.
The domain is named after the anticaille, a farandole of the old days of Provence, dear to the region elders whom, after harvest, would flock here to dance all day. So, Jean-Claude and Frédéric Feraud had the idea to call all of their vintages with dance names: swing, calypso, mazurka or folia, a Spanish dance.
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