In the Gard scrubland between Nîmes and the Cévennes, the vineyard Domaine Leyris Mazière is located in Languedoc appellation AOP Sommières. Manual harvesting in small crates, the optimum maturation and long maceration complement a culture of respectful vine ecology. Finished fertilizers and chemical treatments, replaced by natural processes (Bordeaux mixture, sulfur, herbal decoctions, ...). Since 1997, Odile and Gilles started with 6 hectares of vines Syrah, Grenache and Cabernet and 2 hectares of old vines (Carignan, Alicante) to start the 1st cuvées for the sake of respect for the land and the individual. Some key dates: 1999: 1st cellar wine from Domaine Leyris Mazière first harvest and partly manual. 2001 first wine in the cellars of Domaine Leyris Mazière Crespian. Development of the cuvée Pouges and Alicante. 2002 final year of mechanical harvesting. 2003: Domaine Leyris Mazière is growing up 2.5 hectares and officially began his Bio conversion. 2004: 1st bottles in conversion to organic farming. 2007: 1st bottles certified organic. 2009: acquisition of 4 hectares in one piece in the woods, an ecological island. 2011: crossing the town of Cannes in Languedoc AOC. Domaine Leyris Mazière now has 10 hectares of 15 AOC.