Gérard Bertrand's commitment as a winegrower
A shared excellence with a quality team, dedicated to this quest and to the achievement of high goals.
Producing great wines requires patience, maturity, a great deal of rigour, but also the sharing of the same vision with one's team. It also takes a good dose of intuition to reveal the soul of the terroir. Mastering the different stages, from harvesting to bottling, through vinification and maturing: not being afraid of the "Thousand and one details" that lead to Excellence.
Being a trend setter
A key word for the Gérard Bertrand group, which sets trends through singular, gourmet wines and bottles with a sought-after design. The production includes quality wines, organic wines and/or sulphite-free winesor from biodynamic agriculturefor all types of consumers, as illustrated by the following ranges Autrement Naturae, Réserve Spéciale. Innovation also comes in the form of bottles with an innovative design, of great beauty, such as the Côte des Roses range or Perles de sauvignon, signed by the French designer Chantal Thomass.
Being a trendsetter is part of the Gérard Bertrand brand's DNA in order to offer wines and brands capable of meeting the different expectations of consumers around the world.
A strong commitment to biodiversity
"Preserving the environment in the long term, restoring harmony and balance to the ecosystems, enhancing the precision of winegrowers' actions, reaching out to future generations: these are today's challenges and these will be tomorrow's obligations. likes to call Gerard Bertrand back.
Today, the Group is continuing its commitment to a sustainable development policy, taking a major step forward by carrying out a carbon balance sheet. This proactive policy responds to the growing expectations of consumers and the global need to reduce the harmful consequences of greenhouse gases on the climate. In addition, Gérard Bertrand is taking part with photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, founder of the Good Planet Foundation, in the agroforestry project "Objective 10,000 trees" in Languedoc-Roussillon.
Revealing the region's heritage is also a matter of emotionArt de Vivre .
The emotion of a drink shared between friends, of communion to the rhythm of music or the discovery of local products. Château l'Hospitalet, the group's headquarters and an exceptional place, is entirely dedicated to theArt de Vivre Mediterranean: a setting for celebrations, dinners and convivial gatherings for wine lovers.
As a true symbol, the Jazz Festival has been welcoming the greatest French and international artists for more than 15 years to set the starry nights of L'Hospitalet ablaze and participate in the development of local culture and tourism.
"Jazz is to music what the land is to wine."
During 5 days of festivities, the courtyard of the domain offers a unique and intimate setting for concerts welcoming nearly 1400 spectators per evening.
Every Friday, throughout the year, the Jazz bands follow one another for dinner concerts in food, wine and jazz chords. Since its creation, the artists have been selected by Gérard Bertrand in collaboration with Dominique Rieux (Big Band Brass).
In September, the Harvest weekend and the Pruning and Truffle Festival in December are two unmissable events to share moments of great conviviality around wine.
Conviviality is also the Exceptional Experience of a 3* Hotel and Gastronomic Restaurant in the heart of a working wine estate...a journey of discovery of the wonders of the region.