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Located near Narbonne, in France's Languedoc, and overlooking the UNESCO Canal du Midi, the 80 hectare Château de Paraza estate has been cultivated by Annick & Pascal Danglas and their three children since 2005.
Château de Paraza experiences a typically warm and sunny southern French climate. The heat of the growing season is moderated by vineyards planted on hillsides and the Tramontane breezes from the north. The vineyards are certified sustainable and the soil is composed of clayey limestone and siliceous pebbles. The main grape varieties grown are the typical black varieties of Minervois, Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre.
Winemaker, Matthieu Danglas, produces a range of aromatic and fresh wines in the family’s new winery. The team use stainless steel tanks to ferment and age their wines, striving to retain fruit freshness and pure terroir expression.