Heritage: When wine and its terroir tell a story

Terroirs are living encyclopedias of the history of a region. Languedoc-Roussillon, with its rich and varied history, offers each of its wines their own characteristics. Gérard Bertrand thus wished to create a collection grouping together a cuvée by terroir, in order to reveal to us the memory of the Languedoc region.

Heritage “Year 1189” Pic Saint Loup 2018

Considered the “Sainte-Victoire” of Languedoc, Pic Saint-Loup is a legendary mountain and land. This sculptural and majestic natural area located near Montpellier hosts one of the most famous vineyards in the Occitanie region and offers fine and elegant wines.

Heritage “Year 560” Tautavel 2018

Located at the foot of the Pyrenees, in the middle of steep cliffs, Tautavel is a historic site where our ancestors already lived more than 650,000 years ago. Sheltered by a natural clay-limestone and schistose amphitheater, this vineyard produces a fleshy and racy wine expressing the brute force of Languedoc-Roussillon.

Heritage “Year 1618” Picpoul de Pinet 2019

Benefiting from the marine influences of the Mediterranean, the Picpoul de Pinet vineyard is recognized as one of the most renowned in Languedoc. Located on the coast of the Golf du Lion, this limestone terroir offers a fresh, dry wine that goes particularly well with seafood.

Legacy Box

A real invitation to travel for lovers of Languedoc Roussillon, this box of 3 bottles of red wine takes you on a discovery of the region's characteristic appellations: IGP Cité de Carcassonne, AOP Côtes du Roussillon Villages Tautavel and AOP Languedoc.

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