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IGP Pays de l'Hérault blanc, Mas Jullien - 2022

  • Provenance: Languedoc-Roussillon
  • Appellation: IGP Pays d'Hérault
  • Domain: Mas Jullien
  • Grape variety(ies): Vieilles vignes de carignan blanc (50%), chenin (20%) et ensuite une multitude d’autres : viognier, roussane, clairette, manseng.
  • On-call time: 12 years
  • Alcohol degree: 13.5%
Olivier Jullien's verdict: "A year filled with evidence and happy complicity. The memory of a smooth harvest, of simple choices and precise gestures... The result lives up to the creative alchemy: a flowery, complex and refined expression, underpinned by gentle tension and above all a tender, assertive length; already very welcoming."
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Alluvial and pebbly soil, rolled pebbles near the Hérault river; but also a multitude of plots on limestone gravel near the red terroirs. Biodynamic cultivation, home-made compost, mineral treatments and plant maceration, ploughing, grassing, short pruning, disbudding, thinning out if necessary, manual harvesting, successive sorting.


Gentle and progressive pressing, static cold settling with entonnage after blending of the musts, fermentation in demi-muids with temperature control, bâtonnage in relation to the balances. Aging generally on lees in demi-muids for a relative period of one year. Bottling during the second winter after fining and filtration.

Suggestions for accompaniment

To be served with fish of character or mature cheeses, around 10-12°.

Let's face it, Olivier Jullien is at the peak of his winemaking career, the spiritual father of Languedoc winemakers. Each of his vintages shines with a depth and originality of flavour that makes each bottle a kind of photo of the local raucous nature. In addition to the reds, don't miss the great white and the exquisite rosé.

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