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LES CELLIERS JEAN D ALIBERT

Jean d'Alibert was appointed Abbot of Caunes-Minervois in 1598 by King Henry IV. Father Jean d'Alibert had an original activity as an entrepreneur, both for the monastery and for the economy of the region. It was he who made known the marble quarry of Caunes Minervois, the most beautiful pieces of which adorn the main monuments of the world (Italy, Versailles, Arabian Peninsula). Abbé Jean d'Alibert allowed local products to spread worldwide, and we continue to do so by exporting wine from our region all over the world. 

Celliers Jean d'Alibert are located in the South of France in the Occitanie region, in two departments, Aude (11) and Hérault (34), at the foot of the Montagne Noire and facing the Pyrenees. They are located in a pine forest surrounded by vineyards, near Carcassonne and in the heart of the production basin of the Minervois appellation.
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