Pierre Féraud and his son Eddie founded the Eddie Féraud & Fils estate in 1984. They come from a family of winemakers based in Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
Yannick joined his father Eddie in 2012, after an internship at the famous Corsican estate: Clos Canarelli.
The Domaine Féraud vineyard covers 5.5 hectares in the east of the appellation. The old vines are planted on safres and sandy sandstone. It is separated from the famous Rayas sands by only a few rows of trees. This is where the top of the range Raisins bleus comes from.
In the cellar, the harvested grapes are not destemmed and are fermented with indigenous yeasts. The wines are then aged for a minimum of 18 months in old tuns.