Our Wines

Fraicheur Rouge

Fraicheur is the fruit of hillsides located in our highlands. Swept by the cool wind of the pyrenees, tanned by the mediterranean sun, preserved in their limestone setting, the grapes that make up this wine will surprise you and transport you through our steep landscape throughout your tasting.

 

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Fraicheur Rosé

Fraicheur is the fruit of hillsides located in our highlands. Swept by the cool wind of the pyrenees, tanned by the mediterranean sun, preserved in their limestone setting, the grapes that make up this wine will surprise you and transport you through our steep landscape throughout your tasting.

 

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Fraicheur Blanc

Fraicheur is the fruit of hillsides located in our highlands. Swept by the cool wind of the pyrenees, tanned by the mediterranean sun, preserved in their limestone setting, the grapes that make up this wine will surprise you and transport you through our steep landscape throughout your tasting.

 

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Cuvée du Curé de Cucugnan

Although a churchman, the priest of cucugnan is none the less an epicurean in love with his terroir. It is on a steep plot that he decided to develop his own vintage, the fruit of his passionate labour, to allow to as many people as possible discovering the unique flavours of a blend that he keeps secret …

 

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Roc de Bonelli

Perched near its nest on the edge of a limestone cliff, the eagle Bonelli observes. Several hundred meters away, men are busy in the middle of the vineyards.

 

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Corvaria

The word “corbières” has its origins in the occitan word “corbièra”, meaning a place where gather ravens and crows, which holds its roots from latin corvaria, a “nest of crows”.

 

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OCTA

Octa is a unit of measure evaluating the cloud cover of the sky, sometimes covering our paradise valley. this natural screen is named after the alfalfa planted here to feed the animals since ancient times, when it covered the valley with thousands of blue flowers, contrasting with the roughness of the limestone hills.

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Vertiges

“Vertiges” is similar to the incredible territory in which our vines are cultivated. At the heartof the massif of corbières, they find their roots in limestone soils, culminating at up to 450m altitude and allowing the development of an exceptional vintage.

 

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