The head winemaker of this family estate is Aymeric Izard.
Château de Sérame is located in the Languedoc in the south of France, in a natural, unspoilt environment bordered by the River Aude and the Canal du Midi, at the confluence of two appellations: the Corbières, and the Minervois.
|Integral Ecology||Water Management|
Encouraging the return of biodiversity
|Testing ground for new agro-technologies|
“The grape varieties planted in our vineyards were chosen for their affinity with each terroir, or amongst those that historically grew there, and selected for their resistance to climate change. With low intervention winemaking and a minimum of inputs, the different varieties can better express their individual specificities."
Planted on mid-level terraces, these soils are perfect for varieties that offer both freshness and smooth finishes. The Viognier grapes are picked in the early hours of the morning to take advantage of the cool temperatures and preserve all their aromatic potential.