This section brings together winemakers that are members of the association called Les Vinifilles. Their promise? "Wine and grape because it is our daily life, our reason to be, our universe, our grail, our passion and our everything. This is the core of this cheeky, sassy and joyful revolution." With the aim of "preserving the land, the landscape and the environment we hold so dear and will defend" and "impart our wine culture, conviviality and gastronomy in leading our movement to men and women of all backgrounds" .
We propose to share bottles of energy and and irresistible wines ...
A harmonious structure and excellent balance between the acidity and a mineral texture, a delightful softness, surprisingly fresh. An astonishing range of aromas open up from pear to vine peach, white melon, a hint of yeast or toast, scents of malt. A top class white wine with elegance and finesse. Learn More
A Côtes du Roussillon red wine with a deliciously rich, classy nose. On the palate red and black berry fruit aromas are spiced up by scents of laurel, sage and cinnamon. Produced from old vines, it is long with seductive complexity.
An intense and concentrated Côtes du Roussillon wine with a dominant Mouvedre. Finesse and smoothness are the main characteristics of this high quality vintage, Château de Rey, of which only 759 bottles were produced... Learn More
A fresh, elegant Côtes du Roussillon red from a blend of Syrah and Grenache. Highly appreciated for its scents of ripe red fruit ; cherry, bilberry and sweet spices, a festival of aromas on the pallet. It will go well with lamb, red meats and tasty dishes with spice and dried herbs. Learn More
La Trilogie is a very special limited-edition blend of the best barrels of handpicked chardonnay, chenin blanc and mauzac from our top fields. Rives-Blanques do not try to make the same wine every year : the goal is to capture all that is best about the year, and put that in a bottle. "Beautifully done" - Wine Advocate
Lagremas d’Aur (‘tears of gold’ in the Occitan language) was classified as an IGP Pays d’Oc because the Limoux Appellation does not allow sweet wines. Lagremas d’Aur is the result of a happy accident: the noble rot emblematic of Sauternes, seldom happens in Limoux, but 2016 was a great exception.