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The story began in about 1945, after twenty years of existence of the Muscadet Sévre et Maine appellation. Pierre and Julien Landron, father and uncle respectively of Joseph (Jo) Landron, bought land in need of clearing, then planted vines on it to create the three-hectare family holding. From 1950 to 1975, they converted land left uncultivated during the wars into vineyards and swapped and bought land, thus building a viable wine estate.
In the 1980's, Jo Landron and his father, Pierre, began selling directly to customers and exporting their wines abraod. In 1988, they started exporting to Germany, the UK, Belgium and the the Netherlands.
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