The cellar remains open during the confinement in addition to online sales. However, for obvious health reasons, we recommend that you place your orders on our site. You can call us to take advantage of our advice.
The Domaine de La Tourlaudiere is located halfway between the villages of Vallet and La Chapelle Heulin, in the Pays Nantais, in the Muscadet Sèvre et Maine appellation. The vineyard extends over almost 21 ha, and is crossed by the Poyet, a tributary stream of the Goulaine.
The estate was built in the family and continues to exist today. Roland made his first wine in 1976, joined by his wife Jeanine, who made her debut as a winegrower with the 1982 vintage. In 1984, they brought together, under the name Petiteau-Gaubert, terroirs and vines from their family heritage, dating back to the 17th century. In 2006, their son Romain joined them and worked together with Roland to settle permanently in 2015 and thus ensure the continuity of the family tradition.
From the 2018 harvest, the entire estate is in organic conversion, for the entire surface and AB certified for 1 ha.
Petit Origami is a natural sparkling wine with no less than 6 different grape varieties harvested early for freshness.