Construction engineer, Gérard Chastagnol, suddenly felt the urge to return to the land and as a passionate and self-taught man,
he started planting his first vines in 1997, in the north of Cahors. The Mas de Levigné then became a real story of both envy and transmission;
since indeed his two sons decided to join him and get involved in the vineyard holding in 2017.
The Mas de Levigné is set on three acres perched on a calcareous clayey basement, and is situated out of the guaranteed vintage zone,
in the small village of Maxou. With a low production efficiency, the all so different flavourings of the Merlot, Chardonnay,
white Sauvignon and Roussanne are at their best and can fully and easily be identified. This small vineyard has, since the beginning,
been developed in a peasant agriculture, respecting the environment. Therefore, the vineyard has very naturally been turned into organic
farming, having been labelled so since 2017. In 2018, biodynamics, has logically become the new adventure for the vineyard and the family in
order to foster the perfect matching between the riches of the soil and the delicacy of the grapes.