« Chateau des Estanilles ( Faugères ) | Main | Domaine Les Eminades (Saint Chinian) »

February 25, 2005


Joseph Huffman

Mailing info for mailing list: Joseph Huffman 5830 SE Burnside Portland, OR 97215 USA

Billee Madsen

I visited the abbaye in Sept, I agree with everything you say. Certainly a religious experience. Hoping to visit again this June. It will be nice to see things in the spring - hopefully on a sunny day. Wines are fantastic!!

Cloey Myers

hey wine is good for you and this sounds like a lot of fun to become a wine grower it would be great to go there on a trip one day

Hanna Macek

Hello from Austria
I am collecting wine-labels. Please, is it possible to send me some labels for my collection ?
If you want, I can send a self-addressed envelope and international postage.
Thank you in advance and kind regards

Hanna Macek
Schulstrasse 1/4/15
A 2421 Kittsee /Austria


would like to find out what the word garrigue is about at your winery ,what it means ? thanks

Jayne Hellmann

I live in AZ a1nd I am not much of a Drinker but I was at a little party where the hostess srved Coteaux Du Languedoc wine and I must say it was the best wine I have tasted. As I said I am no expert by any means but for me it was the perfect wine I would like to know where in the Peoria AZ I might be able to purchase your wine. Please help and I will be so grateful


Great article. I have the Abbey on a cycling route on my site, if anyone might be interested in getting there by bicycle.


Bonne Route!

Gregory H. Adams, Thomasville Georgia

I take guests to the Abbaye every summer, as I enjoy hosting friends and sometimes mere acquaintances in France, usually during July. We go over after a seafood feast done right off the boat by Daniel and Jacqueline Azais in nearby Meze and spend the afternoon. Many of my guests have found the Abbaye visit to be almost medicinal for its beauty and peaceful setting in miles of vineyards. Sometimes the Abbaye plays host to piano concerts and other cultural events, so check the schedule. I'll return this summer with a new set of guests, as we never tire of spending an afternoon there. Bring your camera because the light in the afternoon makes for wonferful pictures around the fountain and grounds.

GARDE Michel

J'ai acheté un carton de bouteilles (75 cl) de cuvée du Frère Nonenque rouge millésime 2009. Les deux premières bouteilles étaient piquées (imbuvables) et je n'ai jamais ouvert les autres pourtant conservées dans une vraie cave.
Achat à éviter.

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been saved. Comments are moderated and will not appear until approved by the author. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.


Post a comment

Comments are moderated, and will not appear until the author has approved them.

Your Information

(Name is required. Email address will not be displayed with the comment.)

My Photo

All Content Is Copyrighted

WT Sponsor

Wineterroirs on Instagram


Older Stories


Online Payment (fotservis @mail.ru)

bert [at] wineterroirs [dot] com

Typepad Powered Website