The historic roots of this property go back to the mid-nineteenth century, when the great, great grandfather of the present owner, Régis, bought land including a small stone cottage.  At that time the cultivation was varied and included cereals, olive trees, vines, a meadow and a garden.
After the Second World War René Boisson (lien), father of Régis, and grandfather of Bruno, developed the estate. After the olive trees froze during the terrible winter of 1956, he decided to replace them with vines. At that time, he also bought a wood of 10 hectares at Largarde-Paréol for cultivation.  In 1957 René Boisson established his own wine production and left the Cave Cooperative of Cairanne.
The advent of tractors enabled his son Régis to enlarge the property.
The first bottle carrying the Domaine Boisson label appeared in 1986. Régis Boisson (lien) (son of René) and his son Bruno (lien), through their own training and experience brought a new vision to the wine production.  The vinification is also supervised by Philippe Cambie (a oenologist from Châteauneuf-du-Pape).