The Fabre family has been cultivating vines in the Corbières since 1605. Over the course of many generations, the Famille Fabre company has come to own 300 hectares of vineyards in the Languedoc region of France. The farm buildings are grouped around a 16th century château and a freestone tower called “the big dovecote.” Vats built by their ancestors in the 18th century are still in use today. Today, Louis Fabre (father and winemaker), Clémence Fabre (daughter and marketing/export), and Jeanne Fabre (daughter and wine tourism) represent the 15th and 16th generations of the Fabre family to participate in the family business. In deference to tradition, and with subsequent generations in mind, the Fabre family converted their entire estate to organic viticulture. Their wines are elegant expressions of the Languedoc while still reflecting their rugged and rebellious region.