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, …).
The Domaine des Lanes is an attractive, fresh Corbières, full of fruit and charm. Rich and appealing, to be tasted amongst friends with roast beef or grilled farmhouse poultry. Organically cultivated vines. Learn More
Pièce de Roche is full-bodied and simply magnificent, made from Carignan vines planted in 1892. Ripe raspberry and plum on the nose, the palate is soft and dense with a mineral structure, developping scents of mint, black pepper and wet stones on the finish. This wine will be superb with game or a grilled steak. Organic culture. Learn More
Delicious organic red showing juicy red and black fruit-flavours with a soft texture made from Carignan, Syrah, Grenache grapes. Corbieres is in the Pyrenean hill country where little other than grapes grow due to the exceptionally dry conditions. Learn More
Organic vine culture. Recent vintages have been highly concentred with explosive scents of fruit, delicate tannins and a silky texture. This wine will be best with game, italian pasta and dishes in sauce. It will go perfectly with braised meat. Learn More