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The wines of the Domaine de LA BANATE are organic, they are listed on the website www.vinsnaturel.fr

LA BANATE recognized as "vin naturel"

The wines of the Domaine de LA BANATE are commented in the April 2017 issue of La Revue du Vin de France by Mr. Roberto Petronio.

P108 Of The Revue du vin de France of April 2017

The Domaine de LA BANATE is totally involved in sustainable agriculture, highlighted by our organic certification requested in 2011 and fully obtained in 2014 after the 3 years approval.

ORGANIC certification of LA BANATE

MARC ROISIN Journalist and blogger (web site Vinogusto.com):

La Banate

A passionate, one more! Jean T'Kint shares his time between Brussels and his vines, bought in 2011, at a short distance from the village center of Rousset-les-Vignes. He has fallen for old Grenache vines and a bit of Syrah, and that's his thing, old feet, he likes that more than anything. Organic since 2011 with a certification obtained in 2014, it offers wines with endearing personality, a velvety texture, sweetness, ripe fruit but not too much, spice and garrigue spikes, with a nice freshness in the final . Like what we can do several careers with beautiful results to the key.

LA BANATE on the site of vinogusto (18 May 2018)

Domaine La Banate van een kleine 5ha met hoofdzakelijk aanplantingen van oude Grenache en enkele kleine percelen van Syrah, werd in 2011 aangekocht door onze landgenoot Jean T’Kint. Hij richtte zich meteen op een biodynamische teelt en kreeg in 2014 een officële certificering.

LA BANATE on the website of tasted4you

Côtes-du-rhône-villages food and wine pairings, ideal for summer cuisine

La Banate 2015 by Antonio Mafra - June 12, 2021

... Same register for the « Vieilles vignes » of the domaine La Banate, a rousset-les-vignes on a dominant Grenache. Serve this gourmet wine on cakes with olives and dried tomatoes, on roasted peppers or pissaladières. Our favorite ....

LA BANATE on the website of LE PROGRES