The history of this land predates the Gallo-Roman era. The presence of a Dolmen, dating back approximately 4000 years, attests to this. From living memory (and archives), the Jas de Bel Argent (previously called “Jas de la Maure”) has always been a farm.
Until 1981, the land had 11 ha of vines in direct plants. For the record, these were forbidden plants that the new owners, Daniel and Danièle VAJDA, had to have uprooted. Subsequently, the land was mainly exploited to cultivate cereals.
It was in 2019 that their daughter, Florence VAJDA, and her companion, Joao DOS SANTOS, set themselves the challenge of rebuilding a vineyard on this magnificent piece of land.
The project was a dream but many challenges had to be met.
First, it was drainage.
This year, we have decided to plant the following grape varieties :
The 2022 vintage will be the result of enormous teamwork. We will have put all our ardor and our love into it to make the best possible wine.