||DOMAINE LE PECH D’ANDRÉ
Mireille Remaury comes from a old family of wine-growers that dates back from1701. Philippe, her partner, today share this heritage and peasant passion. In Occitan, « pech » means hill and its on the Montagne Noir foothills on Mourels terroirs (limestone composed out of sandstone et marls), into the villages of Azillanet at 300m asl that Domaine Pech d’André is hiding into a perfect Mediterranean landscape. The domaine is spread-out on 40ha with 28ha of vines. Surrounded with wood and garrigue, Mireille & Philippe also cultivate olives, figs, capers… The domaine has inherited from rich culture and philosophy, for instance, at Pech d’André never-ever chemicals has been used. Indeed, all the domaine is ran under an organic and natural farming with the usage of sulfites, essential oils, liquid manures, and (natural) pesticide … The panel of grapes used is purely Mediterranean: Bourboulenc, Clairette, Maccabeo for whites, and Carignan, Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Picquepoul Noir, Mourvèdre, Alicante, Aramon… for reds. All this grapes are vinified the most naturally into concrete tanks and always offering a good acidity for a delicate style of southern wine.