All wines stored at 55° and 70% humidity
Domaine Causse Marines uses mainly indigenous grape varieties, such as Mauzac, Loin de L’Oeil, Ondec and Braucol. They are grown on the principle of selection massale, a traditional way of growing vines that uses grafting of older vines rather than cloning. This means the vineyards are diverse and can trace their heritage back to the time of the Second World War.
The wines are produced using biodynamic principles, as certified by Demeter. This means that there is only a very limited amount of intervention - fining and filtration are kept to a minimum, and only a small level of sulphites are used. The grapes are all harvested by hand to ensure only the finest are used in the process.
When Lescarret first bought the estate from a retired farmer in 1993, it covered 8 hectares of land. It has since grown to 15 hectares and produces an average yield of around 35 hl/hectare.
The wines are a perfect reflection of their terroir, and the traditional means of their production makes for unique, authentic flavours.
— Importer Note (Dynamic Wines)