Welcome to the
This site is meant to
present the estate, through its history, its terroir and its wines.
You are warmly welcome to
our Languedoc grands vins :
ProWein: Booth 11/F112 - Sud de France Area ( Hall 11, Aisle F, Booth N° 112 )
in Düsseldorf on March 18th, 19th & 20th
New labels, new vintages
Looking forward to seeing you there,
Für eine Verkostung von meinen AOC Terroir-Weinen (Terrasses du Larzac, Clairette du Languedoc und Coteaux du Languedoc) sowie unseren seltenen Rebsorten sind Sie anlässlich der Prowein herzlich eingeladen!
ProWein : Stand 11 F 112 - Espace Sud de France
Etiketten, Neue weine - New labels, New wines
Ich freue mich im Voraus auf Sie !
Looking forward to seeing
NEW !!! Aramon !!! Rare grape variety
age-old variety almost forgotten
Several signs testify to its age-old setting up in Languedoc, including the numerous names that the inhabitants have had time to give it as well as the village in the Gard area that bears its name. An additional sign is that, on top of Black Aramon, there exist extremely rare variations in pink and white
has become poorly thought of, however…
That trend somehow overlooked the fact that on hillsides and with limited yields, Aramon can produce wines that are indeed interesting.
original cuvée to rediscover Aramon
keeping with current concerns
Finally, old vines which have been producing grapes for 80 years save the environment the ecological cost of uprooting and planting again.
COME AND DISCOVER OUR WINES AT PROWEIN
A New Year is an appropriate time to introduce new wines.
Have you ever considered adding Terrasses du Larzac to your portfolio ?
Considered “the greatest place
in Languedoc” by award-wining Wine Columnist Andrew Jefford, Terrasses du
Larzac are becoming a must.
And what about Clairette du Languedoc?
One of Languedoc’s masterpieces,
Clairette du Languedoc has a long and prestigious history and is now living
through a revival.
Please feel free to contact us for further info on Terrasses du Larzac, Clairette du Languedoc and Domaine la Croix Chaptal, or to arrange a suitable opportunity, should you not be visiting Vinisud.
Hoping to see you very soon in Montpellier, best regards.
One of the best wine tasting
events I’ve been to all year was the one featuring Languedoc AOC wines, where I
tasted wines made from grapes that were unfamiliar to me and learned about the
fascinating history of this wine region.
Languedoc Grands Crus Wine Tasting
28 winegrowers together
To Welcome You in Hall 9 - VINISUD - Montpellier, February 22nd, 23rd & 24th
Rediscover withinTerrasses du Larzac
The generosity of the Languedoc and the freshness of the Larzac
« ... To create great terroir driven wines which capture the identity of the Languedoc, to work with integrity to preserve our countryside and to invite you to share our adventure through our wines... »
Great Languedoc Wines : www.terrasses-du-larzac.com
Enjoy the Languedoc - it
won't be here forever, from Andrew Jefford :
January 2009 (pg 21)
The Dusssert-Gerber 2008 wine guide: confirms our status as “ 1 er grand cru classé”
A 25- hectare vineyard where you find this côteaux du Languedoc Cuvée Charles Terrases du Larzac 2004( 36% Grenache, 32% Syrah and 32 % Carignan on soils made of rounded stones, gravels and some red clay) the grapes are hand-picked then allowed to ferment and rest in tanks for 30 to 40 days for each variety before ageing for 23 months ( half this time in barrels), the wine is unfiltered...