The Domaine de Pouzac is situated in the Languedoc region, between Béziers and Pézenas.
Wine has been produced at Pouzac since the 17th century. Today there are 40 hectares under vine. The Domain has been in the same family since 1890, and Laurent Bonnet, the current owner, is the fourth generation. He lives at the Domain with his wife and two children.
The "terroir" is characterised by the Thongue river which winds through the heart of the Domain. To the north of the Domain are the "Roucaniole" areas, and to the south the "Pouzac" areas.
Wooded areas with mature trees have developed along the banks of the river. Since the 1950s the area has been a nature reserve thanks to the diversity of its wildlife (kingfishers, rollers, ducks) and its flora (oaks, hackberries)
The vines are aged between 4 and 30 years old. The average yield is 60 hectolitres per hectare. The vines are worked with the utmost respect for the environment (mechanical machinery, restrained use of chemicals)
The winery, which is partly below ground level, allows many winemaking operations to be performed using gravity, which helps to maintain the freshness of the wines. All bottling is done at the Domain.