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Languedoc, Minervois,Pays d'Oc,IGP Vin de Pays d'Oc
En 2005, Annick et Pascal, rachètent le Château de Paraza. Le Domaine revit sous l’impulsion du ...
Frédéric FAGES' desire, in founding the Domaine de l'Anqueven, is to produce quality wines, in harmony with nature, and with respect for the environment. Particular attention is paid to respecting the time required for each stage of wine production. Each grape variety is vinified individually, with the greatest respect for the phases of...Lire plus Learn more
Frédéric FAGES' desire, in founding the Domaine de l'Anqueven, is to produce quality wines, in harmony with nature, and with respect for the environment. Particular attention is paid to respecting the time required for each stage of wine production. Each grape variety is vinified individually, with the greatest respect for the natural maturation phases. The blends are late and an ageing in vats allows to perfect the aromas of the wine." Let nature give us the best. Let's take the time to do the right thing..."
The Anqueven spirit "To the Year that comes" means in Occitan, "To next year". This is what Frederic's grandfather, Urbain, said during important moments for his family. He hoped that everyone would remain united and more numerous year after year. He has been able to transmit his love of his region, Languedoc, his passion for the land, respect for nature and generosity, and L'Anqueven is also the "time dimension" of wine. Time that is respected independently of everything. Far from our society of immediacy, wine grants itself the privilege of obliging us to respect each step of its elaboration: flowering, fruit maturity, fermentation, improvement. We do not decide, we open ourselves to nature to let it give us the best, with the time it takes.