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Domaine Tempier

Chapter VIII : Epilogue

In 1960, Lucien and Lulu’s two sons joined them in the family business – François in charge of viticulture and Jean-Marie as winemaking and marketing manager. Their wives later became involved in promoting the wines. 
François and Jean-Marie rose to the challenge by focussing on one of the estate’s unique features – its single vineyard wines (cuvées de terroir) from the La Migoua, La Tourtine and Cabassaou vineyards. Given the rich geological make-up of these sites and their own considerable wine-tasting skills, the brothers decided to preserve the character of each vineyard by producing four distinct cuvées, to the great delight of wine aficionados.

Lucien Tempier

 

Lucien Peyraud Lucien Peyraud
Jean-Marie, Lucien and François Peyraud Jean-Marie, Lucien and François Peyraud
Jean-Marie and Lucien Peyraud in the cellar Jean-Marie and Lucien Peyraud in the cellar
Lucien and Lucie Peyraud Lucien and Lucie Peyraud
Jean-Marie, Lucie, Lucien and François Peyraud in the cellar Jean-Marie, Lucie, Lucien and François Peyraud
Lucien, François, Jean-Marie and Lucie Peyraud Lucien, François, Jean-Marie and Lucie Peyraud
Lucien Peyraud
Jean-Marie, Lucien and François Peyraud
Jean-Marie and Lucien Peyraud in the cellar
Lucien and Lucie Peyraud
Jean-Marie, Lucie, Lucien and François Peyraud in the cellar
Lucien, François, Jean-Marie and Lucie Peyraud