Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer
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Château de l'Ille

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer


Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer
Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Its exposure facing the sea allows the vineyard of Château de L'Ille to enjoy a microclimate favorable to the good maturation of the grapes that are harvested at full maturity and, for the most part, manually.

Located on the site of an old Roman villa, the Château de l'Ille stretches out to the foothills of Peyriac de Mer, a small fishing village in Languedoc-Roussillon south of Narbonne. On a Mediterranean peninsula, wild and protected, overwelmed by garrigues, ponds and vines, the terroir produces wines of great wealth around a site without equal in the Corbières appellation.
Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer
The Château de l'Ille winery has a modern winery that allows temperature control: the wines benefit from thermovinification for whites and rosés and, for the red wines, from traditional vinification with carbonic maceration for the noble grape varieties. An underground barrel cellar dug into the rock, houses 120 barrels, 35% of new barrels in French oak and American oak...
Red Wine = Red Wine White Wine = White Wine Rosé = Rosé  

 
  In 2008, Henri Joubaud acquired the Château de L'Ille in Peyriac de Mer. This local child, who had moved to Paris where he was a manager at Canal Plus, already owned 26 hectares of vines inherited from his family. With this new acquisition, he is now at the head of a vineyard of 45 ha in the Corbières. The work of the vineyard is entrusted to young cooperators, already in charge of the 26 ha. For cellar work, Henri Joubaud continues to rely on Pol Flandroy, the estate manager. The focus is on commercial development with the goal of revitalizing bottle sales.

The 32-hectare vines are made up for the white wines of bourboulenc (malvoisie), rosé vermentino, grenache blanc, chardonnay and for the red wines carignan, grenache noir, syrah and mourvèdre. In a permanent concern of quality of the harvest, the average yield is 40 hectoliters per hectare, the maximum variation being of 5 hectoliters according to the grape varieties.

The vine is worked in pest control with a minimum of weeding. If possible, three plowing is done per year. The vines are planted 2 meters by 1 to obtain a greater concentration of color and tannins. The soils (clay-limestone and stony terraces) are subject to a very temperate climate due to the maritime influence.

Harvesting of old vines is done manually. The grapes are placed in whole bunches (carbonic maceration) in the vats. The rest is harvested by machine; that is equipped with a ginner, which prevents all the debris of the vine (petioles, leaves, ends of stalks, dead stumps) do not bathe in the juice of the grapes.

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Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer

Opening Château de l'Ille - Peyriac-de-Mer:

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  * Parking
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Peyriac-de-Mer

Réserve africaine de Sigean

Réserve africaine de Sigean, more than 3800 animaux,
share an area of almost 300 ha...

Portel des Corbières

Portel des Corbières


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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...

 
Randonnée
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Randonnée Les Etangs de Bages - Bages
 
 
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  Château de l'Ille
 
Cellars and Domains
 
Château de l'Ille
11440 Peyriac-de-Mer

Phone +33 4.68.41.05.96
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contact@chateaudelille.net

Website -
www.chateaudelille.net
Rates -
Rosé: 6.50 €
White Wine: 6.50 € to 8.00 €
Red Wine: 6.50 € to 15.00 €
 
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