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Eric, the father, has always been a winegrower. But he likes challenges, so one day, after having been technical director of Château Lafite Rothschild, he decided to revitalize the banks of the Med...Lire plus Learn more
Château d'Anglès is the family estate of former Château Lafite Rothschild winemaker Eric Fabre. Château d'Anglès produces some of the most expressive and elegant wines of the maritime terroir of La Clape in the South of France.
It is hard to imagine a more historic place when you know that the massif of La Clape was offered by Julius Caesar as a reward to his best legionnaires and that they were the first to plant Bourboulenc there. Today, the story continues and Eric and Vianney go even further than the simple mention "Bio" because they recently obtained the High Environmental Value Level 3 accreditation.
"Vianney, the son: Our history has been a family affair for six generations. From a very young age, I knew I wanted to be a winegrower. I have always wanted to work in the vineyard. So I first followed an oenological training in Bordeaux and then a business school. At the end of my studies, I worked for five years at the Bollinger House. And then, four years ago, I joined my parents to continue the adventure with them at the Château d'Anglès."
"In 2015, La Clape became the first municipal appellation in Languedoc (such as Pauillac or Château-Neuf-du-Pape). I tell myself that we were right to believe in this wonderful maritime terroir of La Clape 12 years ago."