Labadens is the result of a student friendship between Fanny and Thomas. It began in 2010 when they met again in the Rhone Valley - Fanny on holiday with her family and Thomas on business as a flying oenologist between Ventoux and Vacqueyras.

Their first cuvée was a red Ventoux, and this is no coincidence. It is an appellation that is often unjustly overlooked, as the terroir of the area offers excellent conditions for producing exceptional wines.

Thomas soon wanted to offer white wine as well. A variety he is particularly passionate about and believes in is Clairette. It is a late ripening variety, which is harvested after reds, which requires much more effort in the vineyard and the cellar. It was only natural that they named the wine after him.

Since then, the range of Labadens wines has expanded. Fanny and Thomas have always remained true to the philosophy of the house - to produce balanced wines from traditional varieties using the principle of organic production.

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