Domaine du Vieux Telegraphe began life as a small, high altitude vineyard on top of a stony plateau named La Crau. A communication tower had been constructed to relay messages between Marseille and Paris; taking advantage of the elevation which makes farming the land enormously challenging. The farmer, Hippolyte Brunier, who owned the land found that the small number of bottles he produced were greatly enjoyed by those who tasted them and began expanding production. His son Henri brought changes to improve wine production, including replanting vines and a new temperature controlled winery to ensure the quality of all future wines.
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