The origins of the Domain go back to the 11th century. In the 12th century, the vineyard depended on the nuns of Fontfroide. Today, the 150 hectares belong to another lady: Jacqueline Bories. We are in the “Boutenac” varieties. Originally, the carignan variety, basis of the Corbières with grenache and alicante, an autochtonal variety, brought color to the pale wine. But this stage has now passed. The carignan is at the heart of their wine. The magazine Vins de France lost its heart to their IGP Costières Boutenac, variety OR 2010, a red blend in majority carignan and grenache; the variety Atal Sia (Let it be????) is original and very fruity, both to be discovered with many others in the very beautiful stone cellar built in 1896.