They are often asked: why did you choose Caux and this particular vineyard?
The answer is: the terroir. The soil contains large amounts of volcanic basalt, which is rare in the Languedoc. In Caux, they have 4.7 hectares of red vines (Carignan noir, Syrah, Cinsault and Grenache noir) on the slopes at an altitude of 120 meters, facing east.
The soil consists of Villefranchian gravel, silt and basalt. The large amount of basalt - which varies in size from gravel to large stones - brings freshness and a good acid balance to the wines. The vineyard is surrounded by trees and vegetation that ensures a balanced and healthy ecosystem.
AOP Pézenas-Languedoc - France
75% Carignan, 25% Grenache and Syrah.
The cuvée “Les Trois Terrasses” is offered as IGP due to the dominance of Carignan in the blend. The entire domain is located in AOC Pézenas-Languedoc.
the plots are located on three terraces, facing east at an altitude of 120m in Caux. Soil of basalt scree, silt and Villafranchian gravel.
Harvest: manual, yield 20 hl/ha.
To be enjoyed with poultry such as duck breast or rabbit.
50 to 70 year old vines, yielding 22hl per ha. A blend of black carignan (75%) from old vines 50-65 ..
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