The Story

Driven by passion, tradition and quality, Jean Francois Deu has been growing vines since 1975 at Domaine du Traginer. The vineyard is made up of narrow steep terraces made of schist soil that benefits from an exceptional climate and exposure. Nestled between the Pyrenees mountains and the sea, these wines are characterised by a moreish salinity.

The vineyards have been practising biodynamic farming since 1997, in order to comply with ancestral traditions in their purest form.

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The People


As the son of a winemaker, Jean-Francois started in the vines from a young age before building his own estate in 1975.  For the last 40 years, Jean-Francois has given the very best of himself, working with organic and biodynamic principles.

"At Domaine du Traginer, we use nothing but very good grapes.”

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The Place

France, Roussillon

Literally diving right through the heart of the Mediterranean, the Côte Vermeille is probably among the most spectacular regions of France.
The 16-hectare vineyard is entirely ploughed by a much-loved mule named Diego and is guided by his "traginer", which means a mule driver in Catalan.