About this winery
For nearly 25 centuries, the Romans discovered the wine qualities of Languedoc-Roussillon, the oldest and largest of French vineyards, but also the most unknown. It was in 2001 that the Hecht & Bannier trading house launched its first vintage. The two partners Gregory Hecht and François Bannier had met a few years earlier on the benches of the Masters in Dijon wine trade and made friends by exploring together the secrets of Burgundy breeding. After visiting hundreds of vineyards, hours and...
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Around the Etang de Thau, the grape varieties benefit from the relatively cool terroir on which the vines "look" at the sea. This maritime influence throughout the summer will help preserve the acidity in the grapes.
Grape varieties with late maturity, they are in line with the climatic conditions offered by the Mediterranean rim and allow their aromatic flavors to be preserved until the harvest at the end of September, early October for some Piquepouls.
100% stainless steel tank
Clear color with green reflections which is transported to aromas of citrus, peaches and flowers. The grape varieties bring this lively and crunchy side and a wonderful balance of fresh fruit, acidity and minerality.
Pairings with tapas, fish and cheese.