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Languedoc, Terrasses du Larzac
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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...
Clos Sainte Pauline is located in the commune of Paulhan between the Hérault River to the south and the A75 to the north. The terroir is divided into three sequences, each of these terroirs has a signature by...Lire plus Learn more
Clos Sainte Pauline is located in the commune of Paulhan between the Hérault River to the south and the A75 to the north. The terroir is divided into three sequences, each of which bears a particular signature that allows our wines to find an original identity. The objective is to produce "authentic" wines where the terroir expresses its full potential, without artifice! The grapes are harvested by hand in crates in order to preserve each grain up to the cellar and to vinify certain vintages in whole bunches. The two estates Clos Sainte-Pauline and Mas de Lupéria are in conversion to Bio and Biodynamics, Mas de Lupéria is planted according to the principles of Permaculture, the wines are Natural, Without Added Sulphites and Vegan.
The adventure began in 2010 with a common passion between a father and his son, Alain and Camille. Together, they decided to create the Mas de Lupéria and set out in search of the future plants that will make up the 4.5 hectares of the vineyard. As they meet many winegrowers, they select different plots of old vines that will serve as collections for the production of the plants... Then by chance, in August 2016, they moved to Clos Sainte-Pauline in Paulhan, the owner wanted to stop his activity: in January 2017 Alain and Camille created Vignoble Camille and Alain MALARD by integrating Clos Saint-Pauline and Mas de Lupéria...
Salvador Dali said that "To make a great wine, you need a madman to grow the vine, a wise man to watch over it, a lucid poet to make the wine and a lover to drink it". We have made it our philosophy, a little madness, a bit of wisdom and lucidity, a lot of poetry, loving and making wine loved.... A whole program that we strive to apply on a daily basis.