The vineyards on the slopes among the rocky creeks are located in the schistous stone formation, grey schist of the Cambrian period, and descend towards the Mediterranean. They apply ancestral techniques of vine separation by stone walls, limiting this way soil erosion.
IGP Cote Vermeille produce red, white and rosé wine. Reds are light, easy-to-drink wines, rosés are fresh wines light on the palate and whites are full, light wines. As the wines of the IGP Côtes Catalanes, the ones carrying the mention “rancio”, white or red at the start, end up in time, with a dark amber colour, sometimes walnut-coloured with bronze accents, and offer typical notes of dried fruit (nuts, almonds, etc.).
Broad beans, garlic & feta bruschetta.
Summer ratatouille salad.
Potato, bacon and raclette skillet gratin.
Veal ragù cannelloni.
Fish stew with scallops.
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