La Cave l'Etoile is a cooperative with over 100 years of history located in the village of Banyuls-sur-Mer, in south-eastern France. Its hillside landscape facing the Mediterranean Sea is shaped by more than 6,000 km2 of low schist walls and a system of channels called "agulles" which aesthetically shape a singular vineyard but, more importantly, help to fight against the erosion of the vineyards caused by wind and rain.
These vines produce mainly natural sweet wines, which have earneed the reputation of the region and which today represent two thirds of the production of La Cave l'Étoile. Founded by 12 employees in 1921, the winery now has 100 owners. It is a unique cooperative project that focuses on quality and adapts to modern times while keeping tradition alive.