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The estate now represents 30 ha, 27 of which are in production and many old vines, in particular 7 ha of carignan, 3 of which were planted in 1910! The vineyard is in organic farming in order to promote the sustainability of the vines and the personality of the wines. The Faugères appellation spreads over the rugged terrain of the last foothills of the Cévennes north of Béziers;Lire plus Learn more
1999 is the first vintage of Les Prés Lasses, a domain created by two friends who are passionate about wines. They then bought a few parcels of old vines in the Faugères vineyard and placed their vats in Autignac. Denis Feigel, after a career divided between winemaking and wine distribution, realizes a dream by launching his own vintage; since 2006 his son Boris has been in charge of the technical responsibility of the estate.
"Our harvests are manual and carefully sorted. The cellar work is classic and not very interventionist. No oenological input, apart from low doses of sulphites, the wines are often bottled without fining or filtration. Maturing lasts between 18 and 24 months, it is carried out in raw concrete vats and French oak barrels with a small proportion of new barrels. We seek to produce wines of gastronomy, capable of ageing, transparent with regard to the expression of the terroir and vintages and expressing itself with finesse and complexity."
Next spring, thanks to the magnificent renovation work on the Château d'Autignac, we will open our cellar, a reception room and 5 guest rooms.