Four varieties
are used in the blending of the wines made by the House of Antech:
Mauzac, Chardonnay, Chenin, and Pinot Noir


MAUZAC
It is also called Blanquette because of the fine white coating which forms on its leaves in spring. Mauzac, is a typically Limousin grape, and gave its name to the Blanquette de Limoux appellation. It brings thickness and softness to the wine and is distinguished by its aromas of green apples and acacias. It is an excellent base for the making of great effervescent wines.


CHENIN
Imported from the Loire region many decades ago and cultivated with great attention, the Chenin grape yields citrus notes and lends freshness and acidity to ensure aging.





CHARDONNAY
Chardonnay gives extraordinary results when grown in Limoux. It combines great expression with beautiful vivacity. It brings complexity, finesse and breadth to blends.


PINOT NOIR
Imported from Burgundy, it expresses itselfs also very good in Limoux. Vinified in White, the Pinot Noir add’s volume, structure and compexity to the Crémant White, vinified in red i twill allow Crémant to enter on the Rosé family. Aromatic notes that Characterize this grape are red fruits.






ANTECH LIMOUX

AOC CREMANT DE LIMOUX
AOC BLANQUETTE DE LIMOUX
AOC BLANQUETTE METHODE ANCESTRALE


Domaine de Flassian 11300 Limoux France
Tél: +33 (0)4 68 31 15 88   Fax: +33 (0)4 68 31 71 61
Email: courriers@antech-limoux.com




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