Malbec is scarce in the Languedoc. We have nevertheless found very diverse terroirs whose 30-year-old vines produce low yields of high quality grapes.
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• on the slopes of the Orb Valley, in the Hérault department, where the soil is very warm and strewn with rounded stones. These grapes lend depth and colour to the wine.
• in the western Aude department where the soil is cool and deep. The grapes, with their aromas and flavours of tangy red berries, lend finesse and freshness to the wine.
• on the dried-up marsh of Marseillette whose slightly salty calcareous clay soil strewn with rounded stones, combined with the coolness due to numerous canals and the poplar trees that line them, allow the grapes to reach an exceptional level of phenolic ripeness, resulting in wines with lovely length.