The scent of lavender and the singing of the cicadas, a terrace bathed in the summer sunlight, and a dish of wild game cooked with rosemary and thyme. And as for the wine, how about a rosé? Perhaps you imagine rosé as an aperitif wine, with its floral lightness and fruity notes... but we are talking about a gastronomic rosé here, one of those top-of-the-range rosé wines produced on the slopes of Saint-Chinian, arosé wine that really makes the cuisine of Languedoc (Occitanie) sing. A rosé that has structure and complexity, with freshness and fruit. . A terroir-driven rosé made from old vines that can be paired to perfection with a wide variety of dishes.
Take a look at our different ranges of Reds, Rosés and Whites wines, AOP and IGP