Cotes du Roussillon village


Wineries producing Cotes du Roussillon village wines


Clos de l'Elu

Totaling 22 hectares spread over 30 different plots; Clos de l’Elu is located near the village of Chaume, famous for its sweet style of botrytized Chenin Blanc. Clos de l’Elu was purchased in 2008 by Thomas Carsin, an agricultural engineer who worked in various cellars all around the world and Grégoire du Bouëxic, an en ...

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Clos del Rey

Jacques Montagne started the Clos del Rey in 2001. His grandparents were already making dry table wine from the family’s choice properties in Maury. His son Julien, who has worked for the Mas Amiel, joined him last year. The high-elevation vineyards southeast of the village, where much of their fruit grows, preserves freshness and warded ...

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Domaine Danjou-Banessy

Located at Espira, a few kilometres away from Rivesaltes, Domaine Danjou-Banessy is an old family estate that was producing only fortified and dry rancio wines until Benoit took over from his father 10 years ago. His brother, Sebastien, an English teacher, joined the domaine full time 5 years ago. They are now producing dry whites and reds fro ...

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La Nouvelle donne

Wilfried Walt, a former student in biochemistry in Montpellier and in oenology in Dijon, started his domaine in 2007. He bought 5 hectares of old vines about to be uprooted near Calce, at the Done pass (Col de la Done). His farming is organic, respectful of the environment. His winemaking is modern, with cold pre-fermentation maceration and so ...

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Mas Mudigliza

Aker a stint in Bordeaux, Dimitri Glipa moved in 2005 to the vineyards of Roussillon, in the highly coveted, rugged and dry area known as Fenouillèdes. Like many talented winemakers in the area, Mas Mudigliza produces wines from the best terroirs with alHtude and from old vines that impress with their intensity, mineral complexity, purity, fr ...

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