Isabelle and Mathieu Champart in Branefan
An investment in a domain being refused by the banker, Champart you start in 1976 gradually buying old vines abandoned.
After a restoration of the vineyard and the replanting of some parcels, the grapes will be brought to the cooperative cellar until 1988, the year of the vinification of their first vintage in a cellar close to the estate.
Geographical situation and soils
16 ha of vineyards south St Chinian at 210m and 280m above sea level.
The vines also have steep hillsides on clay-limestone soils, calcareous plateaus with light, filtering soils and sloping, fine-grained, Triassic sandstone cliffs.
Roussanne, marsanne, bourboulenc
A round white wine in the mouth with a good material.
Golden and shiny color. Original nose of plum fennel and turmeric. Palate with notes of almonds. Velvety finish
The equation of the austere terroir of Saint-Chinian and the "Champart" style calm and voluptuousness
White wine of character.
A scorpion fish in the oven.
Roasted sea bass with fennel and salt crust
Potential of guard:
To drink by 2024
Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health.
To consume with moderation.
"The consumption of alcoholic beverages during pregnancy, even in small amounts, can have serious consequences on the health of the child"
|Région :||Languedoc wine|
|Naming of wines :||Saint-Chinian|
|Color :||White wine|
|Type of farming:||conventional agriculture|
|Keep :||6 year guard potential|
|Style of wines :||Aromatic white wine and tasty|
|Cépages :||Bourboulenc, Roussanne, Marsanne|
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