I've written previously, and shown photos, of my lovely vigneronne, where we usually buy our wine.
But not only are there wine makers whom we visit, there are also some who actually bring their wares to us.
We do occasionally visit the vineyard owned by the gentleman above; his property was well known for a free-range pot-bellied pig named Maurice (now deceased). However, it's more convenient to top-up at our local village's weekly market, where he turns up every Saturday..
He sells red and pink. Ordinary everyday wine. Delivered from the back of his white van.
My 5 litre 'cubi' of red (in picture) costs me a staggering €7 (£6; the price of one bottle in the UK), and it's 'good'.
Gawd, I'd miss this if I ever had to return to Blighty.