The adventure began on a "whim" in 2003, with 6.5 ha, first solo. Today there are three of us on the estate (with Kikito in the vineyard, and Lorelei "multipass"), and around thirty plots for around fifteen hectares are cultivated with love and respect for life and balance. Calce is a small piece of limestone torn from Corbières and fractured by the birth of the Pyrenees. The many vertical faults which cross this causse, gave birth to multiple valleys oriented East / West where the variations of limestone, marly then schistous soils can be read to the nearest meter. The wines are mostly blended from grape varieties but above all from terroirs. Gain in complexity by this diversity of soil. Carignan, Grenache Noir, Syrah and Mourvèdre to combine the reds; Maccabeu, Grenache Blanc and Gris for the Whites. The wind regime (Tramontane and marine) very marked on this small promontory allows to have naturally fresh balances in these Mediterranean wines. The work of the vines and the soil in agrobiology and biodynamics also makes it possible to achieve this quest for digestibility and sincerity. Light winter and / or spring plowing, natural grassing, summer mowing, phytotherapeutic treatments in addition to sulfur, biodynamic spraying (mainly 500). The harvest is transported in small crates from the stump to the cellar. For the reds: sorting in the vineyard, unsystematic destemming, manual vatting and devatting, "autochthonous" fermentations, no acidification or enzyming, moderate and unsystematic use of SO2, maceration in concrete vats, aging in concrete or old demi-muids. For the whites: delicate pressing, light settling, slow natural fermentation (alcoholic and malolactic) mainly in old barrels of 300 or 600 liters, aging on total lees without stirring or racking until setting. All the work in the vineyard or in the cellar is guided by instinct, with the lunar calendars as daily tools, without any pretension to hold any truth whatsoever, but above all with the desire to guide the vine and the wine in based on their observations (often very subjective).