Presentation of Domaine des 3 Angles and its winemakers’ family:
At least three generations of winemakers have developed the family vineyard Domaine des 3 Angles.
Henri VABRE officially started the wine estate Domaine des 3 Angles in 1972 when he settled in Cazouls-les-Beziers, South of France, to continue the vine’s production of his father Louis and to take over his uncle Georges’ winery.
At that time, the vineyard represented 12 hectares. Since then, Henri has worked tirelessly to make his lands grow. Nowadays, Domaine des 3 Angles has around 85 hectares of vines located all around the village of Cazouls-les-Béziers, South of France.
However, Henri did not achieve it all by himself. In the years 2001 and 2007, Vincent (Henri’s oldest son) & Solange (Henri’s youngest daughter) joined him to ensure continuity and take on the family’s vine production of Domaine des 3 Angles.
Solange & Vincent, still helped by their father, have chosen to develop a more sustainable and responsible agriculture and wine production. They have modernized the winery built in the early XX th century while preserving its original cachet. They have improved their art of winemaking while respecting the expertise of their elders.
In 2018, Solange & Vincent decided to renovate a old house attached to their winery to open Domaine des 3 Angles’ wine cellar. To carry on the family history, they thought of their sister Agnès to manage the wine tasting & sale. Today you may meet almost all descendants of Henri Vabre at Domaine des 3 Angles on the main avenue of Cazouls-les-Béziers.
In 2019, Domaine des 3 Angles gets the certification of High Environmental Value (HVE Label) which acknowledges their efforts and their will to preserve their surrounding ecosystem, to enhance biodiversity and to adapt a strategy in the vineyards as in the winery which respects environmental requirements.