Côtes-du-Roussillon Villages

Domaine de Bila-Haut 
The Roussillon history is complex and compelling, and has at times been quite violent. Terraces on stony soil, with a rich geological background and a climate that man has adopted for his crops. The Roussillon was bound to attract Michel Chapoutier’s attention. He decided to locate his domain at Latour de France.

Three varieties of grapes grow on the land covered by Domaine de BILA-HAUT. Syrah, with its savage aromas of scrub and spice. Grenache, so full of surprises. And Carignan, for mineral wines with crispy tannic notes. The “Vignes de BILA-HAUT” and the “Domaine de BILA-HAUT Occultum Lapidem” are the main expressions of this terroir. 

Agly Brothers - Very limited quantities, contact the office for availabilities.
In the mid-1990s, as part of his exploration of Australian viticulture, Michel Chapoutier found he shared a passion in the expression of terroir in wine with Australian winemaker, Ron Laughton of Jasper Hill. From their impassioned discussions, a new partnership was born. Following collaboration on La Pleiade from the
 Heathcote vineyard, in Victoria,Michel and Ron moved to the Agly Valley in the Roussillon. It was an old plot of land, on a hillside, rough, almost hostile, but Michel decided that it too could generate interesting wine. So the two “brothers” combined Carignan, Grenache and Shiraz. In 2004 the first Agly Brothers vintage sealed the links between the two establishments, and at the same time, between the two hemispheres. 

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