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, …).
This red Saint-Chinian (from north of Béziers, South of France) is cultivated according to natural methods (AB label – organic culture). Full-bodied with aromas of black fruit, laurel and cocoa, it will be an excellent companion for lamb or roasted duck.
Les Terres Blanches is a powerful wine, the grenache variety developing its full aromatic potential. The soft structure and magnificent scents of raspberry will marry well with red meats or aromatic Mediterranean dishes. Organic culture. Learn More
Lovely white fruit flavours are balanced with a good minerality. Aromas of almond flowers, white peaches and apricot are underpinned by hints of citrus fruits, characteristic of our terroir. Palate Silky, rounded and beautifully delicate. Citrus fruits with hints of acacia and fennel, plants indigenous to this area. This wine has very good length. Learn More
A blend of Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault and Carignan planted on two outstanding terroirs: soft limestone and clay-limestone scree. These two vineyard sites craft a wine in which grape varieties show true sense of place. Learn More
An exceptional white Carignan produced in very limited quantities on the Latour de France terroir in the Roussillon. Acacia flowers on the nose with mineral tones of silex. Clean and fresh on the palate the long finish develops Mediterranean scents of pinewood. Taste with rich dishes in creamy sauce. Learn More