Domaine Danjou-Banessy is a 17-hectare estate located in the French Catalonia, just north of Perpignan, near the confluence of the Spanish border and the Mediterranean. This is an old family Estate which has been a part of the Danjou-Banessy family heritage for generations.
Nowadays, the two brothers Benoit and Sébastien manage the Domaine and are the custodians of this incredible heritage. The brothers were also the first generation of the family to introduce still, dry wines. In the 1950s, Benoit and Sébastien’s grandfather bought further vineyards, and he was producing only fortified and dry rancio wines, until Benoit took over from his father in 2001. Five years later, he was joined by his brother Sébastien. The wine production method is certified organic with biodynamic and non-interventionist practices, as it has been for generations. Their techniques and principles are based on ancestral craft, using natural methods to keep the soil alive. To keep the characteristic of each plot, they vinify the wines separately, using wild yeasts and no additions to the wines.
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Coste 2020/ La Truffière Blanc 2020/ Supernova 2021/ Roboul 2020/ La Truffière Rouge 2020/ Les Mirandes 2018