Cru Boutenac - Boutenac
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A.O.P. Corbières
Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac
Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

The wine culture of this little corner of the Corbières has developed since the roman period and has continued to expand. In the first century of our era, the roman legions already harvested grapes in the Corbières. The oldest regional wine reference is in Boutenac, in the place called "Villa mayor"which has become "Villemajou".

In the middle ages, the abbeys formed the basis of the today's wineries, tirelessly cultivating the poor land of the Corbières. Between the 17th and 20th centuries, the region experienced a turbulent history marked both by strong growth (creation of the Canal du Midi and of the railway) and by an unprecedented crisis (the phyloxera epidemic).
Cru Boutenac - Boutenac
In 1985, the Corbières AOC was recognized by the National des Appellations d'Origine (INAO). Later, a commission of inquiry noted that local products of Boutenac have a global quality that differentiates them from other sectors of the Corbières appellation. Thirty winegrowers are grouped into the winegrowers association for the defence of the"terroir"of Boutenac.

It took more than a decade of work to get the official recognition of this“terroir“ as Controlled Origin Appellation Corbières-Boutenac in 2005. The winegrowers Association is now known as the AOC Corbières-Boutenac Union.

Today, the "Cru" Boutenac became one of the first apellations of the Languedoc. The young generations of winegrowers continue to preserve the wine tradition of this “terroir“. The chapels of Saint Siméon and Gasparets are ensuring that...
Red Wine = Red Wine White Wine = White Wine Rosé = Rosé Organic Wine = Organic Wine

Production area: 2,668 ha of AOP classified land of which 1429 ha is planted with vines and 184 ha producing the „Cru Boutenac“.
Annual average production: 6500 hl
Average yield: 36 hl
Number of producers: 26 including 3 cooperative wineries
Production area: 10 municipalities in the department of Aude (Boutenac, Ferrals-les-Corbières, Fabrezan, Lézignan-Corbières, Luc-sur-Orbieu, Montséret, Ornaisons, Saint-André-de-Roquelongue, Saint-Laurent-de-la-Cabrerisse et Thézan-des-Corbières).
 
 
From the foothills of the Pyrenees and the Massif Central to the shores of the Mediterranean, the Languedoc region continues its viticultural vocation. It offers a mosaic of vineyards and a large collection of specific grape varieties and distinctive wines which all bear the stamp of southern wines. These wines are grouped in the regional appellation of the AOC Languedoc. The CIVL (Interprofessional Committee of the Languedoc wines) is federating the AOP wines (apellations of controlled origin) of the Languedoc: still wines, sparkling wines and natural sweet wines.

Amongst this diversity of vineyards, the Corbières-Boutenac apellation, recognized since 2005, distinguished itself by reaching the top of the Languedoc wines ranking. Thanks to this official recognition, it has become one of the key qualitative references of the Languedoc.

The Boutenac producers have imposed very strict specifications.  Production conditions are particularly binding, both in the vineyard and in the cellar. To ensure the best quality of wines, 3 controls by tasting commissions are made throughout the winemaking period. The last control made on the bottled wines ensures consumers the authenticity and quality of the Boutenac wines.

Corbières-Boutenac are southern wines, elaborated still respecting tradition whilst using the most up-to-date techniques. Carignan has a profound impact on the profile and structure of the wines of Corbières-Boutenac, characterized by a deep robe with purple streaks, particularly when the vines are young. Blended with Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, it develops scents of spices and ripe fruits with notes of mocha. The Corbières-Boutenac wines are powerful and generous, structured by well-blended and harmonious tannins, they are warm, clean and straighforward and can be kept ten years in the calm and cool of a cellar.

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Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac

Cru Boutenac - Boutenac
Opening Cru Boutenac - Boutenac:

- 01 january to 31 december - From 10.00 to 12.00 and from 14.00 to 18.00
- Closed day(s): -
Qualité TourismeQualité Sud de France Lézignan-Corbières TourismeROUTES 20 Corbières - Les Routes des VinsPays Touristiques de Corbières en Minervois

La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-MéditerranéeTerra VitisCru Boutenac - BoutenacAgence française pour le développement et la promotion de l’agriculture biologiqueVignerons Indépendant de France

Equipments and Services:
 
 * Parking
* Shop 
* Product tasting
* Pets allowed
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Abbaye de fontfroide

Abbaye de Fontfroide

Abbaye Sainte-Marie de Lagrasse

Abbaye Sainte-Marie de Lagrasse

Lézignan-Corbières

Lézignan-Corbières


Corbières

A.O.C. Corbières

The Corbières is one of the wildest areas of France with one of the lowest population densities. It is picturesque with wine growing areas alternating with garigue and mountainous countryside. It is located mainly in the Aude département and partly in the Pyrénées-Orientales département. The River Aude borders the Corbières to the west and north. To the south is the River Agly and to the east the the Mediterranean Sea. The name Corbières comes from "cor" a pre-Celtic word meaning "rock" and "berre" from the River Berre which runs through Durban. The eastern part of the Corbières with its Etangs, borders the the Mediterranean Sea and is called the Corbières maritimes. It has its own distinctive climate and characteristic vegetation known as thermomediterranean vegetation...

 
Le Sentier des Vignerons
des Corbières
 
 
Le Sentier des Vignerons des Corbières - Férrals-les-Corbières
 
 
  Heading towards the centre of the village, cross the bridge over the Orbieu and, in front of the belfry climb a few steps to the left in the Impasse de l’Horloge to join the centre of the village a little further on. Turn left in the rue des Nobles, take the avenue des Vignerons then the rue de la Pinède (nice wrought iron wayside cross). Both mountain bikers and hikers share this part of the trail. After the housing development, you’ll get a nice view on the vineyards stretching out on the hillside as well as the Ferrals hills just behind them. You’ll walk uphill on this country road, a dry-stone wall to the right, and terraced plots with pine, almond, olive and cypress trees to boot. When the road forks, continue on the path uphill both itineraries share. To your right you’ll see the basin of La Prade, with vineyards liable to flooding, with its garrigue isle planted right in the middle and with its vestiges of former sheep barns. To your left, the garrigue has taken over the terraced plots of formerly cultivated land, lined with low walls and planted with pine trees...

 

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 Cru Boutenac
 
Cellars and Domains
 
Cru Boutenac
1 Ancien Chemin de Ferrals
11200 Boutenac
 
Phone1 +33 4.68.27.73.00
Phone2 +33 4.68.27.09.69
Fax +33 4.68.27.73.01
 
Email -
contact@cruboutenac.com

Website -
www.cruboutenac.com
Rates -
Rosé: 6.00 € to 12.50 €
White Wine: 6.00 € to 19.50 €
Red Wine: 6.00 € to 35.00 €
 
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Lagrasse

Lagrasse

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Musée 1900 - Lagrasse

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Narbonne

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