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A typical 12th century Languedoc farmhouse whose stones are steeped in history, a former property of the Lord of Claret, the Domaine de Villeneuve was already renowned for its wine in 1734. From year....Lire plus Learn more
A typical 12th century Languedoc farmhouse whose stones are steeped in history, a former property of the Lord of Claret, the Domaine de Villeneuve was already renowned for its wine in 1734. Ancient vat house ceramics bear witness to this, as does the name of Hameau Les Embruscalles, which takes its name from the "Lambrusques", the wild vines. In 2005, Anne-Lise, a winegrower, took over the family business in a quest for excellence to reveal the best of her terroir. Passionate, she brings her stone to the building with new vintages: Happy Culteur, Muse, Chant des Roches, Fol'Envie and Diamant Rouge, many times awarded medals at the Mâcon wine competitions, the Féminalises and the Guide Hachette.
Daughter and granddaughter of winegrowers and winemakers settled in Pic Saint Loup for more than 7 generations, Anne-Lise has perpetuated the family know-how since 2005 by following in her parents' footsteps, guided by her passion for the profession and the desire to express her sensitivity to create great wines. Together with her husband, a beekeeper, they have at heart to preserve their environment by creating wines of great quality. Their children, Thibaut and Victorine have just joined them in 2019 to write a new page in the family history at Domaine de Villeneuve.
The privileged manual harvest and the vinification (longer maceration, punching of the cap...) are carefully carried out to obtain wines of great quality, in the respect of the specific typicity of the Pic Saint Loup terroir and its environment. Anne-Lise has at heart to practice her profession with respect for the environment and more particularly for her husband's bees. The signature of her wines is authenticity and delicacy: AOP Pic Saint Loup, AOP Languedoc, Vin de Pays de l'Hérault, Vin de France... Anne-Lise welcomes you in 12th century buildings and makes you discover her wines with passion. You can also discover the different honeys produced by Bernard as well as many products of the beehive.