Languedoc, La Clape
Eric, the father, has always been a winegrower. But he likes challenges, so one day, after...
Château de Jonquières
Languedoc, Terrasses du Larzac
Charlotte's parents were in charge of the estate. When it was his turn to take over,...
Languedoc, Côtes de Thongue,Pays d'Oc,Faugères,Vin de France
12 generations that the Domaine de Montrose is cultivated by the Coste family. Who says better? And...
Château de Luc
It is in the heart of the Cathar Country that Luc's castle finds its origins in the 5th century....
Château de Paraza
Languedoc, Minervois,Pays d'Oc,IGP Vin de Pays d'Oc
In 2005, Annick and Pascal bought Château de Paraza. The Domain is revived under the impetus of the...
The Châteu Camplazens is located on the highest plateaux of La Clape in the Aude, between Armissan, Narbonne and Narbonne Plage in the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional de la Narbonnaise. This former island is a...Lire plus Learn more
The Châteu Camplazens is located on the highest plateaux of La Clape in the Aude, between Armissan, Narbonne and Narbonne Plage in the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional de la Narbonnaise. This ancient Roman island is recognized as the largest classified natural site in the Languedoc (Natura 2000). The appellation has managed to preserve the raw, wild and moving beauty of its island origins. The vine has blossomed there like a queen, she who loves sun and light.
Our vineyard, whipped by the tramontane, draws its singularity from a fissured limestone soil which, combined with a maritime Mediterranean climate, has favoured the maintenance of a great biodiversity (garrigue) and brings to our Mediterranean wines a lot of freshness, minerality and race.
The mission of the Close family is to develop the potential of Camplazens to best express the flavours and aromas of this very special microclimate, located on the site of a Roman colony on the top of a limestone massif known as the Clape. The environment has been protected since 1965, the only activity allowed is the cultivation of vines and the vinification of grapes, and the climatic conditions are ideal with more than 3000 hours of sunshine per year, at the highest point in any part of the northern Mediterranean!
The parcels of old Carignan, planted in 1953, are pruned in Gobelet to be able to pick by hand.