Baron Ermengaud Faugeres
Les Crus Faugeres ( Ermengaud )
France - Languedoc-Roussillon - Faugeres

The Baron Ermengaud cuvée is named after the lord Ermengaud de Fouzilhon. In the 12 century, the Lord gave land, which was located in Laurens Village, to monks, who built a monastic barn. The monks (Benedictine and then Cistercian) used to cultivate the vineyards, using techniques that were quite wise and modern at the time. The people of Laurens enjoyed and benefited from learning their methods.

This Faugeres is dark red with shades of black cherry. A large complexity of aromas allows us to savor a mix of sun fruits and spices. This powerful and full-bodied wine, with a deep consistency, offers an intensity of ripe fruits. It has a long, rich palate on velvety tannins with raised hints of pepper.


Wine Type
80% Syrah, 10% Grenache, 5%, Mourvèdre and 5% Carignan
Age of vines
15-45 years old
Soil type
100% Schist
Harvested by hand. Syrah vinified with carbonic maceration at 30-33°C for 10 to 12 days. End of alcoholic fermentation at 20-25°C.
2,500 (9-liter cases)

Roast saddle of lamb with juniper berries; peppered venison with pears.

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