Add clothes, jewellery and accessories to the mix and you have a shop that is also frequented by the local population.
Over the past 10 years the village has continued to grow, with the arrival of butcher Yves Bruneau in 2007, a bike workshop and Viniv in 2012. For Jean-Michel, the arrival of the latter venture, which allows private individuals the possibility of making their own Bordeaux wine, was a key point for the whole concept of Bages. “Setting up Viniv in the cellars which were originally used for Haut-Bages Averous, restored the function of winemaking to the village. Through Viniv, wine lovers can access grapes from some of the best vineyards throughout the region and play the role of winemaker.