Maison Antech, France
The secret of their character lies in the combination of Limoux's three terroirs, which form the backbone of the cuvées: freshness from the Pyrenees, vinousness from the ocean, and roundness from the Mediterranean. From these terroirs, Mauzac and other grapes are cultivated, each bringing their own complexity and purity to the wines. This Cuvee, named after Francoise, daughter of the family and a member of the sixth generation celebrates her strong character and the part she plays in guarding her heritage and shaping their future.
The choice of cultivation methods is decisive for the winery, region, partners, customers and future generations. They tested many approaches and gave the issue much thought before committing to integrated winemaking. The Terra Vitis approach convinced them that they can make high quality, healthy, authentic wines regardless of the vintage. Terra Vitis expresses, in Latin, the close, indissoluble bond between vine and terroir. It has become the unique national benchmark for integrated sustainable viticulture.
Made with the same method used in Champagne. The first fermentation, in the vat, and a second fermentation, in the bottle, creates the bubbles, which slowly mature on racks in the ageing cellar. At the end of the process, after disgorging, the expedition liqueur that will determine the dosage is added.
- The winery takes a Terra Vitis approach to everything it does, which expresses, in Latin, the close, indissoluble bond between vine and terroir.
- Traditional method Sparkling wine.