The Thibon family bought Libian in 1670. A third-generation of the current owners Jean-Pierre Thibon and his wife Jacqueline have 3 daughters Hélène, Catherine, and Cécile. Jean-Pierre decided that the main activity at Libian would be wine: he built a cellar in 1970. The vines were, from the beginning, under organic agriculture: they plowed the soils, hoed by hand in the spring. A continuation of this philosophy and an important milestone for the domaine was being certified biodynamic in 2005.
All three of the daughters chose wine as their path. Over time, the domaine became larger, arriving at today’s 25 hectares of vineyards and 8 hectares of “nourishing” land (planted with olive trees, grains, hay, a vegetable garden and flower garden as well as a few beehives). In 2011, the wine cellar space was doubled. This created space to keep a bigger collection of large oak barrels.