In 1967, Maurice Filliatreau sold his vineyard of 8 hectares in Chaintres to his son, Paul, who was only 24 years old at the time. It was nothing like the landscape of the vineyard today. It was the post-war period, men and horses needed to be fed, and polyculture reigned. The family did everything possible to dissuade Paul from taking over the vineyard, as it was not an honourable profession. He should have worked in manufacturing or become a physiotherapist !
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