DOMAINE ROSIER CREMANT DE LIMOUX TERRE DE VILLELONGUE
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In 1982, Michel Rosier left his native Champagne to come and settle in the highlands (300 to 450 m) of Villelongue-d'Aude, an old fortified village in circulation, located in the western part of the Limoux appellation . Soft climate ... and land, the lands of the South have their attractions. On the program, bubbles, blanquette, then crémant. In 1985, the house moved to Limoux. Michel Rosier has been supported since 2010 by his son Nicolas and 12 winegrowers bring him their grapes.
Golden hued with an intense nose of apricots and white flowers. Balanced palate of fruit and toast.