Set amongst a stunning backdrop of vineyards and pine trees, the majestic 14th century château at Domaine St Estève dominates the surrounding landscape. The Garcia family have lived and produced wine at this property on the borders of Minervois for four generations. Their Merlot is silky and round, exuding soft plum fruit.
"Supple and juicy, old-vine Merlot from tiny Languedoc-Roussillon domaine."
Celliers Jean d'Alibert
Celliers Jean d’Alibert is one of the oldest-established and most quality-minded wineries in the entire Languedoc.
France’s ancient Languedoc-Roussillon wine region is also its most dynamic. Sweeping from Provence to the Spanish border, the Languedoc-Roussillon features craggy mountains, rolling hills, salt flats, and broad plains, harbouring vineyard sites and soils of unrivalled diversity. Warm, dry conditions, cooling Mediterranean breezes, and luminous sunshine give intensely-flavoured grapes. If this weren’t enough, cheap land has attracted a new generation of winemakers, bringing investment, expertise and a new appreciation of the Languedoc-Roussillon’s unique terroir.