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.
Half red-half pink. It's a RouZe!On the nose, it is a festival of fruits and spices. The mouth is very supple and fresh.Can be drunk chilled as soon as summer arrives to take advantage of its freshness and its low alcohol content (10.5°).
For the past few years, the Corbières have been taking on a Tuscan air, a few fields of wheat in the middle of vineyards, cypresses, palisade vines. All that was missing was the sangiovese grape variety. Brewed Italian by Jeff Carrel, it’s the Corbières with the Italian accent, aged and vinified without sulfites, like a mamma who would take care of the...
Malbec certainly, but which one? Here, it is a particular plantation with a massive selection of Argentina, Italy and Cahors all the same! It is this happy family that gives this playful version of Malbec, a cheerful ritornello, a spring twittering.Long live free Malbec!
This straightforward, straightforward wine is a sincere expression of piquepoul, an identity Languedoc grape. This vinified wine without added sulphites gives a feeling of concentration.A very beautiful free wine!
The prolonged contact of the juice with the skin of the grapes gives a richness of white fruit aromas and ginger notes that mingle on the palate. Marked by a beautiful lemony acidity, it is a wine that has the capacity to become more complex with age.
The nose reveals notes of garrigue and black cherries. The palate is intense with supple tannins. This wine is concentrated and charming.Each label is unique: the "L" is never the same colour, hence the name "L'Unique".