The wine estate is located in the commune of Banyuls-sur-Mer on the Mediterranean coast in the Roussillon wine-growing region in France. In 1910, country doctor Gaston Parcé married into an old wine-growing family, and this is considered to bet he founding year for the estate. His son Dr. André Parcé established the good reputation for the wines of this estate. He was also mayor of Banyuls-sur-Mer, and, as a member of the core committee of INAO, became famous for his opposition to the upgrading of Château Mouton-Rothschild to Premier Cru status. In 1977, the spezial Banyuls variant „Rimage” (actually a Vintage) was revived here. The estate is currently run by the third generation, Jean-Michel Parcé. The vineyard area totals 25 hectares. The main varieties planted are Grenache Blanc, Grenache Noir, Mourvèdre, Rousanne and Syrah. Among others, the AC wines Banyuls (Collita, Doctor Parcé, Hors d´Age vieilli en Sostrera, Mâs Blanc, Rimage la Coume) and Collioure (L´Agoulle, Can Réde, Clos du Moulin, Cosprons Levants, Llose) are produced.