The Vineyard Covering more than 6700 hectares between Nimes and Narbonne, this is the sea of Languedoc appellations even if we encounter most secret land facing the Cevennes. The wines come in the name of the raw (Saint-Chinian, Faugères, Pic Saint Loup, or Clairette du Languedoc) or Coteaux du Languedoc used alone or followed by a local name. AOC classification in 1985 The Vineyard Syrah is the dominant grape variety, assembled at méditérranéens traditional varieties such as Grenache, Carignan, Cinsault, and more and more Mourvedre. The white varieties Marsanne, Roussanne, Grenache white, rolle, Bourboulenc, Picpoul, and Clairette. Wines Each region has a strong identity but is found in all these wine inspired scents of the garrigue, a feeling of softness and freshness which are an invitation to the good life. This is the art of speaking the soil. "Red wine with scents of the garrigue. Landscape of red earth, volcanic, shale, clay and limestone plain. Our beautiful country .... "
The cinsault of Yves Falmet, installed on the appellation of Saint Chinian.Falling under the spell of this authentic place, he cultivates his vines like his garden.
Its cinsault perfectly matches with a sunny market cuisine, grilled dishes.