Caves de Richemer lies between the Mediterranean Sea and the sea lagoon Lagune Étang de Thau on the coast of the Southern Languedoc. The co-operative oversees 1,000 hectares of vines in the Hérault region, which are managed sustainably. The name Richemer stems from 19th century tales of a modest winegrower, Henri Richet, who so quickly made his fortune in trading wines from the old port of Marseillan, that people gave him the nickname ‘Henri de Richemer’. The seahorse on the label is the emblem of Caves de Richemer and is native to the lagoon.
The nose displays vibrant citrus and white floral aromas with lively acidity on the palate and bright citrus and stone fruit flavours on the palate.
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