A CASTLE WITH A UNIQUE TERROIR
Halfway between the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and the foothills of the Cévennes, in Saint-Drézéry, Château Puech-Haut is the cradle of exceptional wines, steeped in history, with a unique identity and strong character. In just a few years, this vineyard has become one of the best known in Languedoc. This is due to the combination of an ideal climate, exceptional soils and the passion of the people who contribute to the uniqueness of the Coteaux du Languedoc wines of this estate. Covering more than 100 hectares, the vineyard of Château Puech-Haut benefits from a Mediterranean climate that favours the finesse of the wines. Cultivated on the three parcels of the vineyard, the vines are rooted in clay-limestone soils covered with rolled pebbles.
If Château Puech-Haut has become an emblematic property of Languedoc, it is also thanks to its founder, Gérard Bru. After a successful career in commerce, he decided to return to the Languedoc region, where he was once introduced to the vineyards by his grandfather. His objective? To reveal the full potential of this exceptional terroir from a raw plot of land, once covered with garrigue and olive trees.