Les Vignerons d’Estezargues is a super little Co-Op located near Avignon. Like other Co-Operative wineries, they receive grapes from members and use them to make bulk wines, usually Grenche, Syrah and Mourvedre. Here they work a little differently though, as since 1995 the members’ grapes are vinified separately, highlighting the individual terroir of each of the 10 estates. They have also been making natural wines, and not just gimmicky, box-ticking natural wines – proper natural wines. Only indigenous grapes are used here, no filtration, no fining and an absolute minimum of sulphites. Whilst not certified, the growers restrict chemical use on the vineyards. Working in this way allows them to produce wines of incredible character but at probably the best price you’re likely to find for a wine like this.