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The richness of the Mediterranean and the freshness of the fruit. Le Chateau de Serres is a love story between a family (Le Marie-Tallavignes) that has been producing wine in the Languedoc since 1595...Lire plus Learn more
The richness of the Mediterranean and the freshness of the fruit. Le Chateau de Serres is a love story between a family (Le Marie-Tallavignes) that has been producing wine in the Languedoc since 1595 and a sublime property, a concentrate of the Mediterranean with the freshness of the nights rocked by a wind straight from the Atlantic!It is the meeting between this terroir, this exceptional site and this family that continues today with an intact passion and the desire to offer the best. the Serres vines are located on a clay-limestone terroir classified as a Malepère PDO, the westernmost terroir in Languedoc and in the IGP Cité de Carcassonne.
After 35 years as a journalist in Paris, I joined the Chateau de Serres in 1996, as a call to a family that has been producing wine since 1595. This encourages humility and at the same time gives a tremendous energy! Sabine Le Marié
In our country, the boss is the wind! It sometimes makes us turn our heads but by listening to it we have found the ideal grape varieties, Mediterranean varieties to pay tribute to the wind of autan (Grenache, Grenache Gris, Syrah) and Atlantic varieties to sublimate the freshness of Tramontane (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc) !A small rarity in our range: a Grey Grenache planted in 1927 by François Le Marié, harvested by hand from a few stumps with twisted wood. We used to make them only for friends and now we sell some of them, in the years when the vines are willing to give them to us!