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Three stars and a “Coup de Cœur” for our Cuvée Cazalet 2016

28 November, 2017

Beautiful, dark purple color. The nose is dominated by licorice flavors and bursting with freshness. Rosemary and blackberries join quickly in and tempt you to taste. Freshness also prevails on the palate and gives the wine a juicy taste, accompanied by mint and smoke aromas, as well as some blueberries and rose petals. Great complexity and above all a great desire to pour another glass. An ideal companion for roast lamb kidneys.

1001 Dégustations

Magnoux 2011 – a blend of the highest precision, harmonious, pure, juicy, refreshing, fine and deep.

21 January, 2016

Brown slate, high altitude and the “savoir-faire” of a goldsmith have created a beguiling nose of cherry liquor, fresh tobacco, stone fruits and musk. 70% Syrah, 20% Mourvedre and the rest Grenache create a blend of the highest precision, harmonious, pure, juicy, refreshing, fine and deep. To enjoy with a tournedos or truffled pheasant.

Terre de Vins November/December 2015

Faugères: Grass and herbs for stronger vines

19 December, 2015

Agriculture Minister Stéphane Le Foll was in Faugères last Tuesday to visit four winegrowers who sow grass and herbs in their vineyards. Innovative and ecological.

“We are the children of a wine growers generation who thought that a good vineyard always had to be plowed well. When they passed one of our vineyards, they even stopped the car to rip out grassbuckles here and there. “

Four winegrowers from Faugères have already laid aside this type of floor care for a long time. Frédéric Albaret, Antoine Rigaud, Boris Fiegel and Cédric Guy even do the exact opposite: They sow grass and herbs between the rows of the vines to keep the soil alive, to regulate the water balance, to skip herbicides and reduce other pesticides. An idea that may seem daring after decades of chemistry in the vineyard but which is accompanied witrh scientific research and supported by the gouvernment.

Midi Libre, November 26, 2015

Domaine Saint Antonin Faugères Cazalet 2012

1 October, 2015

A typical, proud red wine from southern France. A powerful nose of herbs and black olives, juicy, ripe fruit on the palate. All together a seductive and generous wine, in a typical Faugères style.

Guide Gault & Millau 2016


French caviar and matching wines.

21 January, 2015

The Domaine Saint Antonin, a family estate with 25 hectares of vines, is located in the village of Cabrerolles, in the midst of the AOC Faugères, one of the most prestigious AOC of Languedoc. The vineyards of the approximately 2100 hectares of the AOC, growing exclusively on slate, are spread over seven communities, situated within a wild, unspoilt countryside.

The Cuvée Magnoux takes its name from an old vineyard planted with Mourvèdre, which forms the heart of this Cuvee. The wine is concentrated and very harmonious, especially thanks to its surprisingly fresh acidity, minerality and fine tannins. Subtle, well-integrated wood notes enrich the bouquet, which is dominated by spices (cinnamon, pepper), liquorice and ripe black fruits, as well as a slightly gamey note, which fits well into the smell of wild herbs. Generous and harmonious on the palate, with lots of fruits and spices.

Les Affiches de Grenoble et du Dauphiné, Janvier 2015

Saint Antonin – a good representative of the appellation

1 January, 2015

Frédéric Albaret created the 26 hectare estate located in the Faugères appellation in southern France “ex nihilo” in 1994. The region is known for its typical and characteristic slate soils. Classic grape varieties are grown: a large portion of Syrah, supplemented by Mourvèdre, Carignan and Grenache. All grapes are hand-picked and gentle extraction methods are used in the cellar.

Magnoux 2010: A good representative of the appellation in this balanced and sunny vintage. The slight salty taste on the final calls for a grilled T-bone steak. The vintage 2012 shows a similar character, with slightly less complexity but more freshness, typical for the cooler vintage. 2010 has reached a good drinking ripeness, 2012 is already enjoyable, but also tolerates some patience and ageing.

Bettane et Desseauve, December 2014

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