Jean Louis Pinto follows the same guideline as his dear friend Antony Tortul de La Sorga, in fact he does not own plots of vineyard land but buys small quantities of grapes from the best terroirs of Languedoc. He selects grapes from the Gaillac area, where his winery is located, but also from St Chinian, Malepère, Ariège and Corbières, to name a few. He chooses isolated plots to avoid chemical contamination from other neighboring farmers. The grapes are vinified separately, trying to make each cuvée reflect its terroir of origin. The idea he professes is that wine has no limits of expression, animation and surprises and the primary objective is freshness and drinkability, qualities that we can certainly find in its wines.