Borie de Maurel vines cling to the scree on the slopes of the Black Mountains to the east of Carcassonne. This terroir is so special and gave birth in 1999 to the AOC La Livinière, the first appellation Languedoc village. In 1989, Michel Escande chose to “moor” there. By the 1990s, the "wizard of Félines" was praised by the international press and his wine Sylla is to be found on fine dining tables. Since then, Michael and his son have cultivated this exceptional terroir with both passion and rigor. La Féline is a snapshot of the style of the wines of Michel Escande, voluptuous, heady without excess, where every sip calls for another. It’s first nose, fragrant black pepper, cumin, tapenade, is intense. This is succeeded with fine thyme notes of the “garrigue” and ripe red fruit, almost "figs." The mouthfeel is as lace and also plays on the register of finesse and elegance with a rustle of sweet spices and cherry.