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, …).
Viognier is an aromatic grape that arouses immediate pleasure: aromas of white peaches and citrus fruits that appeal to the nose and that are also found in the mouth. A great achievement with this wine made by the Frères Parcé in Roussillon
Behind the mysterious name of Mr S, hides a lively Blanquette de Limoux with delicate floral aromas, vinified by a promising young winemaker. If the label is a nod in the direction of the 9th art and targets a young consumer, this wine will not fail to seduce all lovers of refined effervescence.
A red wine with a light robe. Expressive nose of cherry, spice and mocha. The mouth has a pleasant attack, the wine is full with fruity and burnt notes. The freshness in the finish is very elegant and demonstrates the complicity between Pinot Noir and terroir of the Upper Valley of the Aude.
This red AOP Fitou comes from the finest examples of old Mourvèdre completed with Carignan and Grenache from the peninsula of Leucate. Matured 16 months in barrels for full development. For the finish a great wine with brilliance, depth and the iodine nuances of a maritime red wine...
AOP Montpeyroux, La Pimpanela is a blend of 30% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 20% Cinsault and 20% Carignan. The aromatic nose develops scents of blond tabacco, blackcurrant, bilberry, almond and vanilla. The palate opens on a soft, fresh texture, evolving towards a deep, rich body with fresh, lightly granulous tannins. Appetising ... Learn More