Family domain in Biodynamics

In autumn 2008, Marie-Thérèse and François SUBRIN went for a radical change: switching to Organic and Biodynamic agriculture simultaneously. Covering a surface willingly limited to 6 hectares at the very start, the dedicated themselves to wines fully expressing the minerality of granitic “terroir”.

Our philosophy

Beaujolais organic wines

Once manually harvested , our Beaujolais wines are mainly grown to be kept several years. We also decided to stay in close contact with consumers through local organic wines exhibition, various travels to keep contact with our partners.

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History of a family which felt in love with Its “Terroir”

Our love and strong commitment towards our “Terroir” have been with the family across generations since 1870. Antonin, our grandfather, started working with cooperative production in 1959, followed by his son François and his spouse Marie-Thérèse. In 2008, they decided to switch to organic and Biodynamic agriculture and created the Domaine du crêt de Bine, taking back the whole responsibility from agriculture, production to commercialization. In 2017, Florence – their daughter then Geoffroy, their nephew, joined them in this new familial journey.


Discover the estate in video

Discover us in the program «Goûtez voir» on France 3

«Goûtez voir» - France 3

Contact us
Crêt de Bine 415 Chemin du Martin 69490 Sarcey
Phone : 0033 (0) 7 71 86 06 24

Our news

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Finally a real winter!

Publié le 19 Jan 2022

After a exhausting year, it seems mother nature decided to give us a break! Winter is really cold, with negative temperatures at night ( and sometime during the day also...

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Best wishes!

Publié le 5 Jan 2022

We wish you an happy new year, easier than 2021 at least! Let's hope we will finally be in a position to meet safely all along the year, enjoying a good glass of wine...


Back to vines!

Publié le 15 Dec 2021

We just started pruning work, which mean we are back to long days in our vines for a couple of month - until March at least. Pruning is a qualified task which set...