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Domaine la Suffrene GAEC Gravier-Piche

1066 Chemin de Cuges, 83740 La Cadiere d'Azur
France
Telephone +33 4 94900923
Fax +33 4 94900221
commercial@suffrene.fr

This company is co-exhibitor of
Association Des Vins de Bandol

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ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 11): stand F50

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ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  wines from France
  • 01.01.05.11  wines from Provence

Our products

Product category: wines from Provence

TRADITION WHITE

Grape varieties : Clairette 50 %, Ugni Blanc 50 % .

Soil : Different Plots located on different soils and exhibits on the communes of La Cadière-d’Azur and Le Castellet. Our soils are based on a limestone geological base, on which we can find different types of calci-magnesians soils like silty soils (ex : « Les safres du brûlat »), some very clayey soils (« Côtes » area) and superficial, clayey and very stony soils (ex : Les Lauves).

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 40 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

TRADITION RED

Grape varieties : Mourvedre 55 %, Grenache 20 %, Cinsault 15 %, Carignan 10 %.

Soil : Different Plots located on different soils and exhibits on the communes of La Cadière-d’Azur and Le Castellet. Our soils are based on a limestone geological base, on which we can find different types of calci-magnesians soils like silty soils (ex : « Les safres du brûlat »), some very clayey soils (« Côtes » area) and superficial, clayey and very stony soils (ex : Les Lauves).

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 40 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

TRADITION ROSÉ

Grape Varieties : Mourvedre 40 %, Cinsault 30 %, Grenache 20 % et Carignan 10 %.

Soil : Different Plots located on different soils and exhibits on the communes of La Cadière-d’Azur and Le Castellet. Our soils are based on a limestone geological base, on which we can find different types of calci-magnesians soils like silty soils (ex : « Les safres du brûlat »), some very clayey soils (« Côtes » area) and superficial, clayey and very stony soils (ex : Les Lauves).

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 40 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

CUVÉE LES LAUVES

Grape varieties : Mourvedre 90 %, Old-vine Carignan 10 %.

Cultural practices : Currently in conversion to organic agriculture (first harvest in organic agriculture in 2021), the vineyard has been managed for more than 10 years with wine-growing practices that meet the specifications of organic agriculture.
We have integrated a process to reduce the use of phytosanitary products. This means that the treatments are carried out at night,  we adapt our interventions to the disease pressure, the stages of Vine receptivity and the climatic conditions.
Our soils are not worked from October to March. Starting in March, a work of the Cavaillon is carried out using interception tools, supplemented by a superficial ploughing of the inter-rows. Our vines are led in “Goblet pruning” and we have a few smooth plots.

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 40 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

CUVÉE SAINTE CATHERINE

Grape varieties : Mourvedre 90 %, Old-vine Carignan 10 %.

Cultural practices : Currently in conversion to organic agriculture (first harvest in organic agriculture in 2021), the vineyard has been managed for more than 10 years with wine-growing practices that meet the specifications of organic agriculture.
We have integrated a process to reduce the use of phytosanitary products. This means that the treatments are carried out at night,  we adapt our interventions to the disease pressure, the stages of Vine receptivity and the climatic conditions.
Our soils are not worked from October to March. Starting in March, a work of the Cavaillon is carried out using interception tools, supplemented by a superficial ploughing of the inter-rows. Our vines are led in “Goblet pruning” and we have a few smooth plots.

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 40 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

IGP DU VAR BLANC

Grape variety : 100% Rolles.

Soil : A « protected geographical indication » area located around our cellar (plain area), on the commune of La Cadière d’Azur, deep brown and fertile soils.

Cultural practices :
We pay the same attention to our plots classified PGI as to those AOC Bandol.
Currently in conversion to organic agriculture (first harvest in organic agriculture in 2021), the vineyard has been managed for more than 10 years with wine-growing practices that meet the specifications of organic agriculture.
We have integrated a process to reduce the use of phytosanitary products. This means that the treatments are carried out at night,  we adapt our interventions to the disease pressure, the stages of Vine receptivity and the climatic conditions.
Our soils are not worked from October to March. Starting in March, a work of the Cavaillon is carried out using interception tools, supplemented by a superficial ploughing of the inter-rows. Our vines are led in “Goblet pruning” and we have a few smooth plots.

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 90 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

IGP DU VAR RED

Grape variety : 100% Carignan.

Soil : A « protected geographical indication » area located around our cellar (plain area), on the commune of La Cadière d’Azur, deep brown and fertile soils.

Cultural practices :
We pay the same attention to our plots classified PGI as to those AOC Bandol.
Currently in conversion to organic agriculture (first harvest in organic agriculture in 2021), the vineyard has been managed for more than 10 years with wine-growing practices that meet the specifications of organic agriculture.
We have integrated a process to reduce the use of phytosanitary products. This means that the treatments are carried out at night,  we adapt our interventions to the disease pressure, the stages of Vine receptivity and the climatic conditions.
Our soils are not worked from October to March. Starting in March, a work of the Cavaillon is carried out using interception tools, supplemented by a superficial ploughing of the inter-rows. Our vines are led in “Goblet pruning” and we have a few smooth plots.

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Although manual harvesting is not obligatory on areas classified as PGI, we wish to retain this method of harvesting in order to obtain optimum harvest quality. Maximum output of 90 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

IGP DU VAR ROSÉ

Grape varieties : 70% Carignan, 10% Mourvedre, 10% Grenache and 10% Cinsault.

Soil : A « protected geographical indication » area located around our cellar (plain area), on the commune of La Cadière d’Azur, deep brown and fertile soils.

Cultural practices :
We pay the same attention to our plots classified PGI as to those AOC Bandol.
Currently in conversion to organic agriculture (first harvest in organic agriculture in 2021), the vineyard has been managed for more than 10 years with wine-growing practices that meet the specifications of organic agriculture.
We have integrated a process to reduce the use of phytosanitary products. This means that the treatments are carried out at night,  we adapt our interventions to the disease pressure, the stages of Vine receptivity and the climatic conditions.
Our soils are not worked from October to March. Starting in March, a work of the Cavaillon is carried out using interception tools, supplemented by a superficial ploughing of the inter-rows. Our vines are led in “Goblet pruning” and we have a few smooth plots.

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 90 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

SWEET WINE WHITE

Grape variety : 100 % Sauvignon blanc.

Soil : Soil that contains very thick sandy marls occupying all the depression of the “Brûlat”.

Cultural practices : Currently in conversion to organic agriculture (first harvest in organic agriculture in 2021), the vineyard has been managed for more than 10 years with wine-growing practices that meet the specifications of organic agriculture.
We have integrated a process to reduce the use of phytosanitary products. This means that the treatments are carried out at night, we adapt our interventions to the disease pressure, the stages of Vine receptivity and the climatic conditions.
Our soils are not worked from October to March. Starting in March, a work of the Cavaillon is carried out using interception tools, supplemented by a superficial ploughing of the inter-rows. Our vines are led in “Goblet pruning” and we have a few smooth plots.

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 40 hl/ha.

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Product category: wines from Provence

SWEET WINE RED

Grape variety :  100 % Grenache – old-vine, With small Yields, 15 hl/ha.

Soil : Soil that contains some very thick sandy marls occupying the entire depression of the ” Brûlat “. At certain levels are interspersed with the swarms of Ferruginous sandstone, which is the case for this plot of old-vine Grenache. Superficial soil, with good agronomic skills to produce quality wines.

Cultural practices : Currently in conversion to organic agriculture (first harvest in organic agriculture in 2021), the vineyard has been managed for more than 10 years with wine-growing practices that meet the specifications of organic agriculture.
We have integrated a process to reduce the use of phytosanitary products. This means that the treatments are carried out at night, we adapt our interventions to the disease pressure, the stages of Vine receptivity and the climatic conditions.
Our soils are not worked from October to March. Starting in March, a work of the Cavaillon is carried out using interception tools, supplemented by a superficial ploughing of the inter-rows. Our vines are led in “Goblet pruning” and we have a few smooth plots.

Harvest : Manual harvest, sorting on the vine and cellar. Maximum output of 40 hl/ha.

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About us

Company details

OUR LOCAL SAVOIR-FAIRE
 
A vineyard between earth and sea
The Bandol area is one of the most famous vineyards of Provence. It owes its reputation to a very favorable microclimate, and to its king variety “Le Mourvedre”.
The designation Bandol is one of the oldest protected designation of origin (AOC) in France, it was recognized in 1941.

The quality of the wines is also due to very restrictive specifications with low yields, harvest by hand allowing a rigorous selection of grapes. Our very fragmented vineyard, often in hillsides, and cut in a goblet, implies a large manual work, respecting the traditions of our Appellation.

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