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Notre histoire

The Clos de Paulilles, an emblematic area between Collioure and Banyuls

1800

The domaine was founded by the Bernardi family.

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de 1975 à 2012

An innovative approach to wine.
In 1975, the domaine was the first to make and market Banyuls "Rimage" wines.
In 1989, it was the first to produce a Collioure with a majority of Mourvèdre and Syrah, the grape varieties best suited to the terroir.

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2012

Domaine Les Clos de Paulilles is acquired by Domaine Cazes.

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2013

The start of a deep commitment to environmental protection, which involved changing growing practices and, in particular, reintroducing mechanical ploughing.  It was also the first year we vinified the Banyuls Grand Cru.

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2016

First harvest, carried out by hand, with the grapes placed in small crates and a rigorous selection of the grapes in the vineyards for our iconic wines: Cap Béar white and red.

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