Organic wines (wines made from grapes cultivated organically, ‘bio’) are controlled by a certifying organisation (AB, Ecocert ...). Biodynamic culture is a mode of vineyard cultivation which follows rules set down to respect seasonal and lunar cycles. ‘Natural wines’ can be ‘organic’ or ‘bio-dynamic’, their producers limiting to a strict minimum additives during the vinification process (endogenous yeast, sulphites, …).
Avec ses saveurs de pomme très marquées, l’Ancestrale est un vin de dessert idéal à la fois peu alcoolisé et digeste (tarte tatin, crumble, crêpes). Elle peut être aussi un vin d’accueil quand il est trop tard pour le café et trop tôt pour l’apéritif. Learn More
Synthesis of power and finesse of aromas, 2015, solar vintage, makes for a beautiful product with hints of the garrigue. The evolution of the nose leads us to a citrus zest, the mouth is long, the effervescence is delicate. The solar earthy side persists with a final with notes of mandarin and peppermint.
Un vin rouge issu d'un atypique assemblage de Syrah, majoritaire, de merlot et de cabernet-sauvignon. Un nez frais, au fruité intense de petites baies noires. La bouche est ronde et d'une jolie longueur. Un vin envoutant... Learn More
The association aromas from the Chardonnay grapes with the freshness of the Chenin confers immediate charm to this rich, fresh, enticing white Limoux. Taste as an aperitif or throughout a meal with poultry, fish or cheese. Learn More
The firy temperament of the rich and velvety Belle de Nuit comes from the fabulous Grenache grape variety cultivated on fresh slopes of the Montagne Noire. In its youth, this wine will stand up to strong, rich food such as a spicy beef stew or a paella. As it ages, it will enhance more elegant, refined dishes such as quails or game kebabs. Learn More
Here is a fleshy and aromatic Minervois white. From its golden robe emanate perfumes of grilled, white tobacco, pineapple and white peach notes. The mouth, fatty and fleshy, with sufficient acidity, concentrates the aromas perceived initially on the nose, reinforced by accents of gingerbread. Fine length in the mouth.
La Féline illustrates Michel Escande's style of wines, rich and elegant. On the nose, black pepper, cumin and tapenade are followed by delicate scents of thyme, herbs, ripe red fruit and figs. Pure velvet on the palate with a nuance of soft spices and cherry. A gastronomic wine to accompany a leg of lamb, or veal in sauce.