Blend of grapes from two neighbouring, but quite distinct, regions. The first region is the north of Saint André de Sangonis, which is composed of cryoclastic limestone gravel in a sandy clay soil. The other region is south of Saint André de Sangonis, which is composed of a mixture of sand and pebbles established by Herault’s river.
Domaine Familongue use sustainable winegroving practices with the help of technical advisers. They do not use any fertilizers or herbicides. They produce the compost that they spread in winter and plough the soil between the vines using a mechanical device. One out of every two rows in the vineyard is grassed over. More information here.