Mas Des Agrunelles is based on the same secluded plateau as Mas Nicot, in the communes of Argelliers and La Boissière, and surrounded by forests. Its dozen vineyards are on average 200 metres above sea level and feature some of the coolest microclimates in the region. This is under the influence of cold winds blowing from the Cevennes via St Martin de Londres, where the Mistral and Tramontane winds meet. This airflow helps the grapes to resist mould and disease. In the higher vineyards, the soils contain Jurassic Comblanchien limestone, which helps develop acidity, and clays, which act as a cooling influence and retain moisture. In lower vineyards, there is a larger amount of alluvial soils.
Production across the vineyards is along biodynamic and organic principles, using no synthetic chemicals – only natural methods, such as ploughing the soil using horses.
The Poivre d’Ane Blanc Bib is a 5-litre bag in box, this makes it around £8 per bottle, and the wine will last without going bad for around 2 months!! The wine itself is a lovely bright coloured white wine, it has delicate aromatic aromas, and is the perfect wine for every occasion.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]