Crémant de Limoux blanc
Jeunes Millésimes – An alliance of flower and fruit
Our young crémant blanc vintages are a blend of grape varieties illustrating their aromatic profiles: chardonnay for delicacy, pinot noir for vinousness, chenin for vivacity and mauzac for the terroir.
Vieux Millésimes – Preciously forgotten
Experimenting with long ageing processes since 2010, combined with extreme vinification, revealed these wines’ suitability for keeping a long time and the complexity of fermentation in oak casks.
Crémant de Limoux Rosé
Playing with nuances
Varying the dosages for a single wine resulted in three cuvées with delicate nuances between freshness, balance and roundness. The goal is to preserve the elegance of our whites while heightening the berry aromas. A pioneer of the young rosé appellation, Antech stands out for its intrepidness.
Blanquette de Limoux
The careful selection of our Mauzac juices combined with different dosages, results in subtle orchard fruit variations, and highlights this rare, local grape grown only in two regions in the South of France.
Blanquette Méthode Ancestrale
An ancestral recipe
Attached to its heritage, Antech still practices the long, complex ancestral process, which other winemakers seldom use anymore. The result — a sweet, fruity sensation combined with a low alcohol content — makes it a singular cuvée recalling the flavours of a bygone era.
Elegance and freshness
Considered the most beautiful terroir in Languedoc-Roussillon for white wines, Limoux also reveals still wines in the Pays d’Oc. Altitude has contributed to the elegance and freshness of our chardonnay.
M Le Mauzac
One range, four wines, four illustrations of Mauzac
Mauzac is the identity grape variety of Blanquette de Limoux, a grape variety perfectly adapted to its territory and the most resistant to climate change. For these reasons, Françoise has created “M le Mauzac”, a range of four sparkling wines. Each one represents the Mauzac its own way.
The most ultimate, 3.0, is a traditional method without sugar added at the 3 stages of the process (winemaking, tirage and dosage). “M le Mauzac” is also declined in Brut Nature for the enlightened wine lovers; then souvenir of a year with the Vintage 2016; and finally tells the story of the oldest sparkling wine in the world with the Ancestral Method.