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François LURTON SA

Domaine de Poumeyrade, 33870 Vayres
France
Telephone +33 5 57551212
Fax +33 5 57551213
francoislurton@francoislurton.com

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Morocco

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.04  wines from South America
  • 01.04.01  wines from Argentina
  • 01.04.01.02  wines from Cuyo
  • 01.04.01.02.07  wines from Zona del Valle de Uco

wines from Zona del Valle de Uco

About us

Company details

2017 will be remembered as the year in which organic viticulture really took off. Ongoing debates among consumers concerning pesticides and herbicides have ended up convincing even the most stubborn opponents of organic winegrowing that what’s natural is best. Furthermore, arguments in favour of organic farming methods carry even more weight today since they no longer automatically entail losing part of the crop. New organic solutions for controlling weeds, as well as fighting against vine diseases and insect pests, now make it possible for everyone to grow grapes without using chemical sprays.

When all is said and done, the last holdouts, like ostriches with their head in the sand, will be forced to tend their vines naturally anyway due to consumer demand. I regularly see a number of producers to obtain the best possible fruit for my wines. My team and I push them to make increasingly pure and natural wines by using methods such as matching the most suitable grape varieties to each terroir and using little or no copper. I also make sure that they use the healthiest possible winemaking methods (little or no sulphur) to produce wines that are pure, elegant, and typical of their origin.

The great challenge facing organic winegrowers today is to do better than conventional growers. There are still too many organic wines that are more expensive, but that offer no added value – other than the fact that they are better for you. That is because, above and beyond their organic pedigree, organic wines must also taste good. This has long been my goal in the vineyard and the cellar.

Consumers moving towards organic wines must not be disappointed! That is why I have developed several techniques that I elaborate on every year in a similar document. I am convinced that producers who are not yet organic will be so in the next decade. The ball is rolling. Nature is finally having the last word!

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