The wine cellar is located at the foot of the ancient city of Montpellier (the capital of Languedoc) in France. The history of the wine cellar dates back to the end of the 16th century. At that time, the land belonged to Huguenot, and the wine was specially made for church As well as religious aristocracy. This magical land is very advantageous in terms of geographical location and local climatic conditions. It is close to the Mediterranean Sea and has sufficient sunshine and water. In addition, in the evening of summer, there is a cool breeze from the Pacific Ocean, heavy rainfall in winter, and rare frost. Its soil quality is Clay and limestone. These conditions provided an ideal natural environment for the creation of unique wines, and excellent word-of-mouth made them prevail in the high society of the time.