The birth of a passion for wine and biodynamics

It was in 1975, in the vineyards of Château de Villemajou, in the heart of Corbières, that Gérard Bertrand made his first harvest and discovered his passion for wine.

He perfected his apprenticeship for twelve years alongside his father Georges Bertrand.

Today we are in the fourth generation of winegrowers, from Paule to Georges, then Gérard Bertrand and finally Emma & Mathias.

Very attached to the values ​​of performance and excellence learned on the rugby pitches, Gérard Bertrand continues his quest: to reveal the best terroirs in his region and promote them around the world.

It is in this spirit that he resumes the family torch at the Domaine de Villemajou after the accidental death of s his father in 1987. Five years later, he created the wine company Gérard Bertrand in order to develop a range of wines from the South of France.

He bought the following years the Domaine de Cigalus and the Château Laville Bertrou.

New nuggets and the enrichment of the diversity of Gérard Bertrand wines

The acquisition in 2002 of Château l'Hospitalet , in the natural park of La Clape, between Roman Narbonne and the Mediterranean, allows Gérard Bertrand to acquire a new dimension.

Since , the beautiful story continues and new nuggets from emblematic Languedoc terroirs enrich the vision and diversity of Gérard Bertrand wines: Domaine de l'Aigle, Château la Sauvageonne , Château la Soujeole , Clos d'Ora , Clos of the Temple, Château les Karantes, Château Aigues-Vives, the Cap Insula winery, Château des 2 Rocs, Château de Tarailhan and Domaine de l'Estagnère.