Welcome to our Organic domain and natural French products website!
We warmly invite you to discover our product range of Wood dried Saffrons and Wild Herbal Syrups, which we advise to use for cooking and drinking. All our products are certified issued from Organic Farming and labelled Sud de France. Lovers of our lands and soils (terroir), lovers of their treasures, we strive to render and honour the diversity and intensity of its nature.
Hoping to have the pleasure to have you discovering it soon,
Yours truly … and wishing you a “bonne dégustation” …
Our Organic and Sud de France labelled Saffron comes in a surprising array of flavors. Almond, Beech, Linden or Oak wood-dried; as many different types of wood to rediscover and magnify this fascinating and ancient spice.
Our range of 100% natural Herbs and Spices Syrups, also issued from Organic farming, will perfume ideally your culinary preparations as well as your kirs, cocktails and mocktails. You can also enjoy them like an ordinary syrup, or hot, as an instant infusion. To the number of four, Wild Thyme, Wild Rosemary, Wild Bay-leaves or Safran Bize, our syrups will never cease to surprise you.
Passing through our area, you can enjoy our products notably at Michelin starred restaurant L’Ambrosia of Chef Daniel Minet, at the famous Gérard Bertrand Château L’Hospitalet or on the banks of the Canal du Midi Auberge de La Croisade and in the best restaurants of Bize-Minervois.
Located between heathlands and scrub lands (Garrigue), in the heart of the Languedoc, our domain is spreading across 2,2 hectares of land surrounding an ancient XVII th century converted Bastide, in the beautiful village of Bize-Minervois (11120).
With the river Cesse streaming across it, neighbouring village of the Canal du Midi on the intersection of the Medieval Cities of Minerve, Narbonne, Carcassonne and Béziers, and 20 kms from the Mediterranean Sea, it is a land of many a cultures, as complex in its History as it is in the intense aromas that it offers.
The Bastide features as an Historical landmark, which was in turn an ancient tile fabric, a relay for the horses on to the Gruissan sea salt Route, a place of production and processing of olives and finally a vineyard domain.
Abandoned for over a century, we have restored it with passion to make it a very special place of discovery dedicated to culinary pleasures and the art of Gastronomy.
In 2012, we planted there 25,000 Crocus Sativus Bulbs, which marked the beginning of our beautiful adventure.
We eventually chose to honor, for the rest of our production, the multiple Garrigue Wild Herbs and Plants naturally present on our Organic domain.