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Languedoc, Minervois,Pays d'Oc,IGP Vin de Pays d'Oc
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Once a stagecoach on the Spanish road, the estate was acquired by the Abelanet family in 1697. Classified as a "Château" twenty years ago, the estate currently has 20 hectares of vineyards....Lire plus Learn more
Once a stagecoach on the Spanish road, the estate was acquired by the Abelanet family in 1697. Classified as a "Château" twenty years ago, the estate currently has 20 hectares of vines classified as AOC Fitou, natural sweet wine (Muscat de Rivesaltes), Vin de pays Marsane and rosé table wine.
Bottling has been carried out at the Domaine for more than 35 years. For 14 generations, many medals have been awarded to prove the quality of its wines. It was partly with the references provided by the family that the wine managers in 1948 obtained that the village of FITOU gave its name to the appellation.
We had 3 stars in the Hachette 2013 guide for the FITOU ROMA 2009 and 1 star for the FITOU VIEILLES VIGNES 2009.