1894 Raymond Fobis takes over from his father Laurent. The village of Montpeyroux, is at the foot of the Massif Central, it's good access via the ‘col du vent' meant that the Massif Central was a natural market for its wines. This is borne out by the accounts held by Raymond Fobis. Each entry shows the destination of his wines, the majority was despatched to Aveyron, Cantal and Correze. Also as far a field as Paris and Haute Savoie. Raymond also produced Verdigris for treating vines.
1938 Raymond Fobis Junior his son takes over. He produced wine grapes from 10 hectares in his cave. He also initiated the production of Olive Oil.
1956 The winter frosts destroyed the vast majority of the Olive trees. Land replanted with Grenache and cinsault vines which are still in production today.
1965 Raymond Fobis becomes a member of the Wine Cooperative of Montpeyroux, created 1950.
1980 The death of Raymond Fobis. Charles Giner his son-in-law takes over the exploitation of the domain.
1993 Charles Giner returns to family tradition and produces his first wines. Creation of Domaine Saint Andrieu.
1994 Launch of range of wines Domaine Saint Andrieu: Vallongue, La Seranne, Les Marnes Bleues, L'Yeuse Noire. Wines are exported to England, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and U.S.A.
Creation of a new estate with an extension of the range of wines. Domaine Boisantin was born: two wines le Grand Champ and l'Embellie. The wines of both Domaine Boisantin and Saint Andrieu are produced using traditional agricultural methods. The ‘Terra Vitis' accreditation has been granted for Domaine Boisantin in acknowledgement of these practices.
2003 Creation of Mas Felix
2014 September 2014, our production is certified organic agriculture.