Roussillon, Côtes du Roussillon,Muscat de Rivesaltes,Côtes Catalanes,Rivesaltes,0
Swept by the Tramontane river, the vineyard is located on the Pliocene hills typical of the Pliocene ...
Clos Des Vins d’Amour
Roussillon, 0,Côtes Catalanes,Côtes du Roussillon,Maury,Vin de France
A family vineyard since 1860, the Clos des vins d'Amour is run by the Dornier family and...
Between sea and mountains, the Madeloc estate extends over 16 hectares of hillsides. The landscape of the...
Roussillon, Côtes du Roussillon,Côtes Catalanes,Côtes du Roussillon Les Aspres,Muscat de Rivesaltes,Rivesaltes,AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages
Between the sea and the mountains, Jean-Marc and Éliane Lafage have used their oenological skills to...
Roussillon, Côtes du Roussillon Villages Caramany,Côtes du Roussillon,Côtes Catalanes
The Modats produce wines with a poetic sound and full of poetry! Located on a plateau...
Benefiting from the excellent terroir of the Agly plain, the vines of the Rombeau estate flourish thanks to the climate of the Roussillon, which has been favourable to the cultivation of vines since ancient times....Lire plus Learn more
Benefiting from the excellent terroir of the Agly plain, the vines of the Rombeau estate flourish thanks to the climate of Roussillon, which has been favourable to the cultivation of vines since Roman times. The local grape varieties are thus highlighted on our 87 hectares of vines (macabeu, malvoisie, grenache, mourvèdre, white grenache, muscat petit grain and muscat d'alexandrie...) as well as grape varieties more foreign to this region. The adaptation of these last ones amazed us because the merlot, cabernet-sauvignon, marsanne, roussanne, petit manseng, vermentino are not really regional of the stage...Our clayey-limestone soils of rolled pebbles cover relatively shallow water tables which allow the vine to develop harmoniously in spite of a hydric stress linked to the low rainfall of the region. Tramontane and sea wind dry the vines and help photosynthesis, so nature has given us an exceptional site with all the conditions required to produce great wines.
It's a family affair! It all began when Henri de La Fabrègue, great-grandfather of the current owner, Pierre-Henri, owned a few vines. These were ideal for the production of natural sweet wines so faithful to the Roussillon terroir. But it was his son Henri II de la Fabrègue, who, after a fine career as a haematologist, took up his work and research again and was able to bring the great natural sweet wines to the excellence we know today. Pierre-Henri de la Fabrègue, the current owner, has also been able to impose his own style on this estate by adding the right modernity to achieve an exceptional and subtle quality of wine thanks to technological equipment, sustainable and organic viticulture. By creating the Auberge du Domaine de Rombeau and buying the Hotel des Vignes, he has made the Domaine de Rombeau an essential wine tourism site in the Roussillon. The new generation is also present and it's not going to stop anytime soon... His nephew Philippe and his daughter Elise, are standing by as the estate grows and is already looking to develop its wines for export since 2013, while continuing its quest for product excellence in order to do justice to the wonderful Agly terroir and this priceless family heritage.
Our leitmotiv lies in this sentence full of lightness and sincerity: "Here, the work of nature and the work of men resonate to create exceptional wines." The implementation of new winemaking processes always accompanied by a marked respect for nature allows us to achieve balanced and quality wines. Our vineyard has been working for more than 25 years in integrated viticulture and since 2010, a quarter of it has been converted to organic farming.