Located 20 km North East from Montpellier, Puech-Haut’ soils spread out on 250 ha between 50 and 150 m height. This terroir is made of round pebbles on top of a 4 meters clay layer has a Mediterranean climate. The grapes came into the winery very early in the morning ( between 2 to 8 AM). After a soft press, the juice is transferred to stainless tanks where it is fermented and aged prior to the wine resting and bottling. This beautiful rosé is as elegant as it is complexly interesting.
Languedoc is one of the most exciting regions in France right now. Château Puech-Haut is a prestigious estate in the eastern Languedoc producing top quality wines for very reasonable prices. The wines from Puech-Haut are rich and lush but also show the earthy and mineral character of the rocky clay-limestone soils of the region. They benefit from both its proximity to the Mediterranean and the rugged, mountainous interior.