Roc des Anges

Marjorie and Stéphane Gallet met early on at the agricultural college in Perpignan. However, they went their separate ways at first. Only the common passion for horses and later for wine brought them together again. Stéphane found a job in a larger company in Maury, while Marjorie gained her first practical experience in biodynamics at Gauby in Calce. In 2003 she started her own business. The area was actually called Roc Blanc, named after a white quartz vein that protrudes from the black slate. However, it was decided to rename it Roc des Anges, in English: Angel Rocks. The winery is now one of the top addresses in the region. The wines are primarily characterized by their elegance.

Appellation: Roussillon / Côtes Catalanes / Maury
Vineyard area: 30 ha
Annual production: 45,000 bottles
Ground: Granite, slate, clay
Grape varieties: Carignan, Grenache, Macabeu, Syrah, Serine, Mourvèdre, Muscat Petit Grain
Average yield: 17 hl / ha
Rebalter: 14-113 years
Certification: Biodyvin, Ecocert

Photos: Roc des Anges


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