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, …).
100% mourvedre, a Mediterranean version of cabernet sauvignon. The result is a great wine which will deepen in complexity over time, wonderfully dark and concentrated with notes of spices, fig and leather. Silky tannins sustain the peppery texture to a never-ending finish. Ideal for roast lamb, duck with olives, morel mushrooms in sauce... Learn More
The dark juice, intensely scented, infinitely long, which runs from this precious bottle opens up a whole new universe. Vintage after vintage for the last ten years, the miracle reoccurs, the mystery remains difficult to understand. Clearly a wine for great occasions... Try it with a fatted hen or duck with truffles !
Fraicheur et tension caractérisent ce vin blanc aux trois cépages sudistes, Bourboulenc, Vermentino et Clairette. Des notes végétales (fenouil, garrigue) et citronnées au nez et en bouche... Learn More
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
The silky attack, with notes of pepper, blackberry and black olive, compliments beautifully the robust quality of the wine. The tannins contribute a good structure and balance. Les Gourgoules is fresh and zesty, a modern expression of our ancient terroir. Learn More