La Méjanelle, Languedoc, South of France
Constituted of « Grés », rolled pebbled deposited by the Rhone millions years ago, this exceptional terroir benefits from the Mistral and the Tramontane strength, powerful, dry and cold winds, both soften by sea breezes. The exceptionnel alchemy resulting of those elements offer an exceptional
The « DéCalage », French word for shift, exists reign beyond the name, genuine safe haven at the borders of urban agitation of one of the biggest southern France’s metropolis, Montpellier. A delightful Languedocien landscape to discover, only a few miles away from city, ponds, sea and mountains.
The vines varieties
Constituted of typically Languedocien’s grape varieties : Grenache, Carignan, Mourvèdre and Syrah for the reds, Rolle, white Grenache and Roussanne for the whites.