The Combier's family's Rhone Valley origins date back to 1936.
Indeed this is the year when Laurent's grandfather Camille, came down from Ardeche and bought a property with 3 hectares under vine and a 4-hectare apricot grove in the village of La Roche de Glun.
Laurent Combier, a graduate in viticulture and oenology, is fond of grape growing, but also a wine lover. As a result, he decided in 1990 to build a cellar on the estate in view of becoming an entirely independant winemaker.
Today the 25-heactare vineyard is entirely organic. Laurent is continuing his father's work and now it is turn to ask himself questions in view of improving upon his practices.
Each vineyard intervention is more or less adjusted to the character of the soils, to the lunar calendar and to living organims.
Nature governs each gesture and not vice versa.