Mourvèdre is a grape variety (vine / grape variety) which finds its origin between Catalonia where it is called Mataro and the south of France. Like Cabernet Sauvignon, it is recognized as a late harvested grape variety: late bud burst then late ripeness of the berries.
Terroirs & Findings
Domaine des Celtis is located in the AOP Languedoc Pézenas appellation, near the eponymous town, stronghold of Molière and former capital of the local “États Généraux” of Languedoc.
In 2018, this new Estate has come to expand the family of great terroir wines produced by Blanville, thus reaffirming
Blanville willingness to place a spotlight on the diversity and richness of the appellations within the Languedoc wine region.
If you grow a vegetable garden, you are probably familiar with downy mildew which typically attacks tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants and peppers!
But this fungus remains the number 1 enemy of the vine, as it sometimes takes on epidemic proportions.
This year, and for the first time, we decided to obtain our first recognition label for our agro-ecological practices: High Environmental Value (HVE): label of French Sustainability.
What is this label based on? Why did we think it was important to get it? We are explaining everything to you!
During the spring of 2018 we welcomed “The Wine Passport” in Blanville to make them discover our vineyard. Coming directly from Singapore, camera in hand, they wanted to make a nice tour of some French vineyards.
Sent by our client from Singapore, we had a great time with them, and we are delighted to be able to present you today their very nice video!
We recently received the latest results we expected. We were curious to know the wine ratings we had sent to the famous Wine Spectator magazine, and our patience was rewarded.