SINCE 1912

LUCIEN TRAMIER

In 1912 our great-grandfather Lucien Tramier fell under the spell of this typical Vallée du Rhône terroir. He then decided to plant his first plots on the clay-limestone soils around the Provence village of Jonquières, nested in the heart of this typical Rhône Valley terroir.

FROM 1912...
TO TOMORROW

Lucien has then passed his passion for wine and his taste for job well done to his son Raymond. In 1952, convinced by the qualitative potential of this terroir, Raymond decided to make his own wines, and built the first cellar of the estate. His son Lucien carried on the family tradition by keeping the typicity and balance of the estate wines. True forerunner in the region, he built a second cellar in 1955 using stainless steel tanks and equipping them with a cooling system.
Today, Lucien and his son-in-law Max THOMAS collaborate to perpetuate daily this same know-how, to pass down to future generations a preserved environment, inherited from a family of responsible wine-growers.

FROM 1912...
TO TOMORROW

Lucien has then passed his passion for wine and his taste for job well done to his son Raymond. In 1952, convinced by the qualitative potential of this terroir, Raymond decided to make his own wines, and built the first cellar of the estate. His son Lucien carried on the family tradition by keeping the typicity and balance of the estate wines. True forerunner in the region, he built a second cellar in 1955 using stainless steel tanks and equipping them with a cooling system.
Today, Lucien and his son-in-law Max THOMAS collaborate to perpetuate daily this same know-how, to pass down to future generations a preserved environment, inherited from a family of responsible wine-growers.

FAMILY MIND

With each generation the estate has found how to adapt and evolve, always with this drive of continuously improve and produce typical and authentic wines. Wines made for sharing. As years pass, techniques evolve, tools improve,tastes and fashions change. Our state of mind persists.

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