7.8 Hectares vineyard in Terrasses du Larzac in Languedoc in the village of St Andre de Sangonis, 30kms N.W Montpellier.
Jean-Yves Chaperon and his wife Nicole Michel have created the vineyard in 2005. The terroirs have large rolled pebbles stones, with high thermal amplitude and frequent north wind.
Those conditions provide wines with maturity, structure and freshness at the same time.
Hand harvest, gravity winemaking and Organic Ecocert certification in 2012
IGP Vin de Pays blanc d’Hérault Mont Baudile “Le Blanc Chemin” 2016
An unusual assemblage on this Languedoc terroir of rolled pebbles. The thirst-quenching freshness of chenin, the unctuous structure of viognier, and the aromatic strength of riesling... Slightly smoked notes of mandarin zest, vine peach...
Terrasses du Larzac « La Croisée des Chemins » 2016
This is a new appellation from Languedoc. La Croisée des Chemins combines high solar ripeness with freshness and velvety palate and typical Syrah scents such as ripe strawberry.
60% Syrah, 25% Grenache, 15% Carignan.
Terrasses du Larzac « Les Pierres qui Chantent » (singing stones) 2012
This is the outcome of a rigorous plots selection, slow fermentation and maturation in oak barrels for 18 months.
Notes of cherry, chocolate and blackcurrant.
60% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 10% Carignan, selection of plot