Gabbro is a grainy rock which owes its formation to a deep cooling, at the level of the oceanic dorsals, of a magma produced in the upper mantle as a result of the partial fusion of its peridotites.
Gabbro, a plutonic rock unlike basalt
Unlike basalt, gabbro cools slowly, allowing it to crystallize better. It is therefore a rock of green to plutonic black colour. It makes up most of the lower zone of oceanic crusts.
Conversion of the Domain into
- Vineyard: 8.5 ha of vines
- Cattle activity Meat on natural grasslands.
Start of the cereal activity on some Ha.
Start of the field vegetable activity to diversify production.
Installation of Guillaume
Start of implementation of the 54
L'original® on the Domain.
A rosé and a sparkling wine complete the range of wines.
3 different grape varieties
Potatoes and onions
In rotation with the vegetables