Jean Natoli is oenologist. He leads a team of 25 employees, which helps more than 300 wineries in the south of France and in the neighbouring Mediterranean countries, creating possible typical, full of character, yet user friendly wines. Peter Riegel imports and distributes with 50 employees since more than 30 years around 1000 fine organic wines from around the world. Together they have many winemakers accompanied amicable and hopefully promote quality and are themselves become good friends. Everyday they make friendship with a challenging multicultural own project to the test a few surprises, now some successes and especially a lot of valuable experience. They don’t stop to discover the potential of their vineyards. They believe that each parcel and each grape variety has its own character. Each wine is to retain its personality and tell his own story. It was clear from the outset that they grow the vines organically and with the goal to make really good wines that meet the different grape varieties and terroir. Good wines are clean. Good wines may have a lot of tannins, but fine. Good wines have freshness and fruit. Good wines have always a fresh acidity. Good wines are harmonious. The top wine Mas des Querne, Le Querne, Terrasses du Larzac, Languedoc-Roussillon, France 2012 awarded “Gold Medal Decanter World Wine Awards 2015” and these Gens et Pierres Blanc and Rouge are their basic wine for everyday pleasure.