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The Poirier du Loup vineyard

  • Local producer
  • Vineyard

Located by one one the most beautiful villages in Wallonia, Poirier du Loup is a communal vineyard managed by forty volunteers.

The estate

The story starts in 1954, when Mr Petit asks a lady known as "La Zolette" whether he could plant vine plants on her land. The name of the first wine produced in the village bore his name. With time, the vineyard disappeared but a group of enthusiasts took up the challenge of bringing it back to life, focusing on organic viticulture.

The wine

The vineyard produces:

  • still wines (Auxerrois, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir)
  • sparkling wines (white and rosé)
  • ratafia
  • and from time to time, thatched wine aged in acacia barrels.


Visits

Visits (both for groups and individuals) of the cooperative and its winery, followed by a tasting, can be organised throughout the year but must be arranged in advance. A fee applies. 

Facilities

Services

  • Sales counter
  • Tasting
  • Tour of facilities

Visites

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The information provided is an indication only. We advise you to inquire directly with the organisers of the event that interests you before you leave.