- Region: Languedoc
- Country: France
- Colour: White
- Grape Varieties:
- Low sulphite.
Notes on additives, aids & processing used:
- Total Sulphites: 20 mg/L
- This wine is fermented spontaneously.
- Other Information:Named for the celebrated 1984 film by Bertrand Tavernier that explores family dynamics in a clan on the eve of World War I.
Emile, famed as the prince of pineau d'aunis, recently sold his Loire home and moved south to the sun. Now dedicated to his 6 Ha in the Languedoc, Emile's philosophy is simple: no chemicals, no synthetic products and work entirely by hand. Each of his cuvées is named for a film, guess which!
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