DOMAINE

ORTOLA

Nestled between the Etang de Bages and the sea, the AOP terroirs of Quatourze are steeped in 2,000 years of history.

The vineyards of Domaine Ortola are swept by the north wind 200 days a year and caressed by the sea breeze in summer. They are cultivated by the Ortola family with their five generations of winemaking savoir-faire.  The Ortola adventure began in 1964 when Renée and Yvon fell in love with this pebbly land surrounded by century-old olive groves and decided to purchase the domaine. Suzanne and Georges complemented their vineyard estate in 1983 with the addition of Château Tapie, followed by Château de Lunes in 1988 and Château Ymys in 2013. Hélène and Nelson decided to join them on their adventure in 2013. The domaines now also include Suzanne’s family domaine producing Vin de Pays d’Oc in Canet d’Aude.

They share the conviction that protecting the environment, maintaining its biodiversity and nurturing a living soil are fundamental to the production of high-quality wines. This led them to adopt an organic approach from 2008, which has resulted in the domaine obtaining ECOCERT organic agriculture certification as well as DEMETER biodynamics certification.

Domaine Ortola
11 000 Narbonne

90
Hectares

picto-vignes-2

Shareholder-member winegrower

Appellation
Languedoc Quatourze

DOMAINE

ORTOLA

Nestled between the Etang de Bages and the sea, the AOP terroirs of Quatourze are steeped in 2,000 years of history.

The vineyards of Domaine Ortola are swept by the north wind 200 days a year and caressed by the sea breeze in summer. They are cultivated by the Ortola family with their five generations of winemaking savoir-faire.  The Ortola adventure began in 1964 when Renée and Yvon fell in love with this pebbly land surrounded by century-old olive groves and decided to purchase the domaine. Suzanne and Georges complemented their vineyard estate in 1983 with the addition of Château Tapie, followed by Château de Lunes in 1988 and Château Ymys in 2013. Hélène and Nelson decided to join them on their adventure in 2013. The domaines now also include Suzanne’s family domaine producing Vin de Pays d’Oc in Canet d’Aude.

They share the conviction that protecting the environment, maintaining its biodiversity and nurturing a living soil are fundamental to the production of high-quality wines. This led them to adopt an organic approach from 2008, which has resulted in the domaine obtaining ECOCERT organic agriculture certification as well as DEMETER biodynamics certification.

Domaine Ortola
11 000 Narbonne

90
Hectares

picto-vignes-2

Shareholder-member winegrower

Appellation
Languedoc Quatourze