The cellar remains open during the confinement in addition to online sales. However, for obvious health reasons, we recommend that you place your orders on our site. You can call us to take advantage of our advice.
Sereibroc, or Corbières upside down, are old carignan vines over 100 years old accompanied by a few grenaches grown on red clay soils. After harvesting, the grapes are macerated for 90 days in concrete vats, then the wine is aged for 2 years in the bottle before being sold.
Sereibroc reminds us where it comes from with its power but with a nice acidity all the same, bringing freshness. It gives off animal notes, candied fruits such as prunes and figs, chocolate with light earthy aromas.
After a good decanting, taste it on a grilled red meat or game, a dish as powerful as it is.
La Sorga - Antony Tortul
After 6 seasons spent in various vineyards in the South of France (Bergerac, Fitou, Corbières, Ariège and Châteauneuf du Pape) as a wine technician and oenologist, Anthony Tortul chose to settle down and create La Sorga. He does not own any vines but travels all over France from the Rhone Valley to the Languedoc, passing through the South-West to rigorously select exceptional terroirs, ending up today with no less than forty vines to be vinified. The vines, often isolated and aged between 40 and 110 years old, are grown without synthetic products, they are ploughed or kept under grass in order to favour the microbial life of the soil and follow strict specifications concerning cultivation, yields, health and stages of maturity. All vinifications are completely natural with no added inputs or sulphite.