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Our estate is a 16 hectare winery, founded in 2003, currently managed by Paul Old and Ben Adams. It is based in Peyriac de Mer in the Corbières region of Languedoc, where sublime limestone and schist soils are found.Lire plus Learn more
Our estate is a 16 hectare winery, founded in 2003, currently managed by Paul Old and Ben Adams. It is based in Peyriac de Mer in the Corbières region of Languedoc, where sublime limestone and schist soils are found.
Our many small parcels of our estate produce wines that are representative of three distinct terroirs. The clayey-limestone, heavy and very alkaline soils of the Corbières Maritimes produce Mire La Mer. The stony and well-drained clay of the Hautes Corbières shapes Prioundo, while the very acid schistose marls of the Valée de l'Agly are reflected in the L'Extrême wines. We follow the principles of biodynamic agriculture by working with the moon, making our own liquid composts and seeking to stimulate the vitality and biodiversity of the soil. We spend a lot of time in the vineyard, manually removing some of the buds, stems and leaves when necessary, allowing air to circulate between the grapes and minimizing the incidence of disease. at maturity, our fruit is healthy - the result of all our attention to the vine - allowing the production of wines requiring minimal intervention. We use winemaking equipment that respects the fruit and is ideal for the production of high quality wines.
The name of the estate "Les Clos Perdus" is due to the discovery of isolated plots of land in the Languedoc and Roussillon mountains where splendid old vines grew. Paul before immersing himself in viticulture after his studies in wine science in Australia, was a professional dancer for over 20 years. This is why we find in his wines his artistic passion.