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Winegrowers for three generations, in the heart of the Enclave of the Popes in Vaucluse, it was in 1983 that Gilles Phétisson settled on 5 hectares of vines and created his cellar the "Domaine de Lumian" named after the plain which adjoins The cave.
As long as he can remember, his passion for vines and wine has animated him, so over the years, other plots have come to expand his estate.

Located on the Valréas terroir, the Domaine de Lumian now covers 35 hectares. A cool subsoil and an altitude of 210m to 260m for the hillsides, make this terroir one of the latest in the appellation, which allows you to wait for optimal phenolic maturity without reaching too many alcohol levels. students.

In 1999, he opted for healthier agriculture, and became involved in organic farming. Thus, the soils are worked over the entire width and under the row. The plots are decompressed with a subsoiler every other row, to promote soil aeration and promote the root system.

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It was in 1999, after studying oenology, that Caroline Bonnefoy decided to embrace the profession of winegrower. She settles, with her sister and her father, in Valréas on the grounds of the domain, family property for more than a century.
Today, Caroline operates 45 hectares of vines located in four different appellations: Valréas, Cru Rasteau, Cru Beaumes de Venise, Ventoux.
Located at an altitude of 210m, the Valréas vineyard planted with Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre and Carignan, benefits from a strong mistral and good sunshine. It is therefore subject to a somewhat late maturity. Its clay-limestone and stony soil on the surface contains, at a depth of one meter, large gravel banks, making it possible to keep the soil cool and the natural drainage of the land.

95% of the wines produced are reds. Since 2019, Caroline brings freshness, delicacy and lightness with the production of a white Ventoux.


Since 2005,  Gilles Phétisson, manages, in organic farming, the wine-growing part while Caroline devotes herself to winemaking. Passionate about her profession, Caroline seeks to restore the best expression of the soil and the vine through her bottles.

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