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Languedoc, Minervois,Pays d'Oc,IGP Vin de Pays d'Oc
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Château de Pennautier is a family estate that was born in 1620 with the construction of the Château by Bernard de Pennautier, treasurer of the Languedoc States. Louis XIII stayed there, and later, Le Vau and Le Nôtre will participate in the extension of the building to make it one of the most remarkable buildings around Carcassonne.Lire plus Learn more
Since 1620, Chateau de Pennautier has been cultivating its Cabardès wine-growing land, which has been handed down from generation to generation. Today Nicolas and Miren de Lorgeril continue the work of their ancestors by highlighting the unique terroirs of a region located at the crossroads of oceanic and Mediterranean influences. The wines of Château de Pennautier transcribe all the depth and delicacy of the terroirs and grape varieties of the appellation. From fruit wines to the great Cabardès de garde, Nicolas and Miren de Lorgeril demonstrate the full potential of this confidential region. A desire for excellence embodied by the "great wines" of Pennautier, we strive to bring the wines of Château de Pennautier to the highest level of Languedoc wines. A family transmission since 1620 that ensures continuity and progress in the work accomplished.
The unique terroirs of Cabardès allow a lot of creativity. Oceanic and Mediterranean grape varieties that we blend together to produce some of the most original wines in the Languedoc. A richness that forces us to be equal to what nature gives us. The creation of a unique and ephemeral product. Values of sharing and conviviality. A love of the vines and this terroir that comes to us from far away, transmitted by our parents, who themselves took it from their parents...
The best wine is the one we share. Great memories of family meals where wine was at the centre of the table. The older we got, the more we brought the table up and it was accessible to us, finally.