||Salad Per El
When Louis Saladin, head vigneron of Domaine Saladin in Saint-Marcel-d’Ardèch fell ill in 2003, his two daughters Marie-Laurence and Elisabeth seamlessly moved into the role of head of the family business. Since then, the sisters have continued farming 18 hectares in the south of France using the biodynamic principals their grandfather Henri instilled after WWI. “Per Èl” was created by Louis Saladin for his wife, Annick. She used to serve the wine at her
restaurant, “Le Mazet,” located right amongst the vineyards, which was most recently under
the direction of her son, Stephane, until 2009. “Per Èl” means ‘For Her’ in Provencal. Maybe she'll share?