Our choice to farm organically is a result of our recognition of these vital connections (humans, animals, plants, fungi, and microorganisms ) and their effects on biodiversity. Other factors, such as location, development, and the desire to pass on to future generations the wealth of nature’s diversity, have also influenced us. Our wines are cultivated (exclusively) with organic farming methods.
To represent our commitment to organic viticulture, we have chosen the label Qualenvi, meaning quality environment. We hope to build a sustainable environment together, while incorporating the tenets of social equality, ecological responsibility, and economic viability.
01Respect for human beings :Our employees work within conditions outlined by the French Labor Code. Working time arrangements allow them to pursue their unique passions, such as running, fishing, sports activities, etc.
02Respect for terroir : The wine world’s definition of terroir is about as succinct as a Shakespearean play. It encompasses everything from soil to plant, from fruit to juice, from juice to wine, from bottle to glass. Each delicate step greatly affects the quality of the final product.
03Respect for the consumer : What connects us to our customers is the pleasure they derive from the experience of drinking a Fabre Family wine. Because of our deep understanding of our land, we also understand the various possibilities of its expression. We are committed to keeping our wines original in the sense that it represents its unique origins, authenticity, and expressiveness.
The reversed omega decorating the Visigothic sarcophagus from the 4th century in Chateau de Luc illustrates this call for a new set of values, a conversion of our worldview. Every bottle of Fabre Family wine is the result of the work of previous generations, whose hands were responsible for sculpting our terroir. We put all our energy into maintaining centuries of tradition, which we hope will resonate in our wines as well.
At the beginning of a wine’s story, there is a grape; at the beginning of a grape’s story, a vine; and at the beginning of this vine, a soil, a climate, a story.