Pierre Paul Jacques
For more than 4 centuries, the Blondel family has tended the vines in a small village in the south of France. The vines are handed down from father to son. Marie Blondel inherited the vineyard from her father in 1956. With no children of her own, she bequeathed the estate to her three nephews: Pierre, Paul and Jacques. When the three brothers Pierre, Paul and Jacques inherited the estate, they took up the challenge with brio and earned international renown for their wines. The combination of their first names forms a popular French expression which they lent to a new vintage, “Pierre, Paul, Jacques”.