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Chateau d'Anglès SCEA

Chateau d'Anglès, 11560 Saint Pierre la Mer

Telephone +33 4 68336133
Fax +33 4 68339032

This company is main exhibitor of

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 11): stand H49

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  •  Champagne


  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  •  Languedoc-Roussillon


Our products

Product category: Languedoc-Roussillon

White, red and rosé

Developed from the Bourboulenc grape (also known as Malvoisie), the Château d'Anglès white wines have a pale yellow body with a highly elegant lemony and slightly flinty aroma. Smaller amounts of Marsanne, Roussanne and white Grenache add an extra floral and fruity complex.

The red wines are made from Syrah for its blackcurrant flavours, Carignan for its personality, Mourvèdre giving them longevity and full bodied tannins and the Grenache Noir adding smoothness.

The Château d'Anglès rosé is made of Mourvèdre, Syrah and Grenache and immediately conjures up hot summer days with cicadas chirping away in the background. It is supple and round with raspberry, peach and citrus aromas.

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About us

Company details

From Médoc to Languedoc
With a lifetime in wine making, Eric Fabre's career includes eight years as Technical Director (WineMaker) of Château Lafite Rothschild, as well as taking another Médoc label to the highest accolades in only 6 years.

It was however, a lifelong dream to own a vineyard on the Mediterranean, so 2001 saw Eric and his wife Christine hunting from Perpignan to Nîmes for a high quality terroir. They were quickly seduced by the Château d'Anglès, and what a very understandable temptation!

The beautiful renovated ancient stone buildings of the Château d'Anglès overlook the vines that slope gently down to the shores of the Mediterranean. Hard really to imagine a more idyllic setting and just as hard to imagine a family more passionately dedicated to the constant improvement of the quality of their wines.

Traditional methods, modern techniques
Eric Fabre quickly recognised the potential of the soil, the climate and the grape varieties favoured locally. He then introduced a carefully planned planting and grafting programme to balance the white and red production, together with a land management approach focused on respect for the environment and sustainable practices, according to the ASCERT Charter.

The grapes are picked by hand, carefully sorted and production and bottling take place on the estate, with the elusive touch of magic that is the gift of great wine makers, bringing together the best of traditional wine growing and modern techniques.

So it is fitting recognition that Eric's talent and hard work have been rewarded with more than 35 gold medals since 2002, and as many selections in reputed guidebooks (Wine Spectator, Decanter, Jancis Robinson, Revue du Vin de France, Bettane & Desseauve, Hachette, Gault & Millau, etc.).

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