Côtes Catalanes "Vin du Fenouillèdes" by Le Soula offers great aromas of forest floor, black fruits and spices on the nose. Rich, spicy, and refined attack followed by precise notes of black berries and black fruits, a good structure and ripe tannins leading to a long and complex finish.
Languedoc-Roussillon is the largest wine region of France with almost a quarter of the national total production. The region is located in the south, in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea from the Spanish border towards Montpellier. Languedoc-Roussillon is showing significant progress in the quality of its wines.
Moderate to warm Mediterranean climate
The soils in the Languedoc-Roussillon region vary according to the AOC and IGP scheme. From vineyards to vineyards one can find vast pebble terraces, sandstone clay, calcareous clay, limestone and shale, clayey soils, sandy soils, representing a valuable asset for promoting the quality of the wines. We can distinguish the composition of soil near the coast (alluvial soils) from limestone and gravel based soils inland. Poor soils are a common characteristic of the region, which forces the roots digging down very deeply to get water and nutrients.