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Located on the first foothills of the Montagne Noire, north of the famous city of Carcassonne, Domaine de Cazaban covers more than 20 hectares. Since 2010, the domain has been involved in a wide range of activities...Lire plus Learn more
Located on the first foothills of the Montagne Noire, north of the famous city of Carcassonne, Domaine de Cazaban covers more than 20 hectares. Since 2010, the estate has been involved in organic and biodynamic agriculture since 2013. The wines are made from 100% manual harvesting to produce elegant and quality wines.
The terroir is exceptional for the variety of its soils (clayey limestone and schist), its grape varieties (merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, syrah, grenache, carignan, mourvèdre for red and rosé wines, roussanne, marssanne, vermentino, grenache gris for white wines) and its exposure (plain, hillside and mountain).
Before becoming a winegrower, Emmanuel was a company manager. It was during this previous life that he developed humility and adaptability, two essential characteristics when it comes to working with Mother Nature to make beautiful wines.
Because the Domaine de Cazaban is also a human history, Emmanuel met Joseph Parcé on his way who directed the Domaine de La Préceptorie. Together they are now declaring the new book of Domaine de Cazaban.