Domaine Lafage, situated on the outskirts of Perpignan, is the winery run by Jean-Marc and Eliane Lafage, the sixth generation in charge of the family-owned vineyards. The winery's modern-day history...
|Own vineyards:||36 / ha|
Wine from Domaine Lafage
Domaine Lafage Fundació 2018
Domaine Lafage Miraflors 2020
Domaine Lafage Nicolas 2019
Domaine Lafage Novellum 2018
Lafage Château Saint-Roch Roubials 2018
Domaine Lafage Grain de Vignes 2018
Domaine Lafage Cadireta 2019
Domaine Lafage Cuvée Centenaire 2019
Domaine Lafage Côté Sud 2019
Lafage Château Saint-Roch Chimères 2018
Domaine Lafage Arqueta 2016
Domaine Lafage Miraflors La Fabuleuse 2019
Domaine Lafage Cuvée Léa 2018
Domaine Lafage Bastide Miraflors 2019
Domaine Lafage Côté Est 2019
Domaine Lafage Cayrol 2018
Domaine Lafage Rivesaltes Tuilé 2004 (0.5 L)
£16.26/ 0.5 L btl
Domaine Lafage Narassa 2018
Domaine Lafage Rivesaltes Ambré
Domaine Lafage La Grande Cuvée Blanc 2015
Domaine Lafage Les Onze Terrasses 2005
Domaine Lafage, situated on the outskirts of Perpignan, is the winery run by Jean-Marc and Eliane Lafage, the sixth generation in charge of the family-owned vineyards. The winery's modern-day history began with 36 ha of inherited old vines and gradually extended over very varied corners of Roussillon, where different climates and terrains occur, enabling the winery to produce one of the most complete wine portfolios in the whole of France.
Lying between the sea and the mountains, Lafage incorporates three very specific terroirs: L'Agly (with its black marl terrain, which confers opulence and authenticity to the Muscat, Grenache and Carignan grapes), Perpignan (the Tramontana wind and sea, calcareous soils in an alluvial area, ideal for Grenache Blanc and Gris wines, and for their rosés) and Les Aspres (schist soils, surrounded by low scrubland, the latest vineyard planted on terraces in the Pyrenees foothills).
They harvest the grapes by hand, paying the utmost attention to the vineyard and showing respect to nature in every detail. In the winery, they give the fruit prominence, working with materials such as stainless steel and concrete, and reserving the oak, often in large-sized containers, for the top range wines which can integrate it without its vital aromatic element becoming distorted.
We often find in their wines a profile and characteristics which remind us of wines made on the other side of the Pyrenees, especially those produced in the Empordà DO or even the Priorat, in spite of being further away. As occurs with these neighbouring Catalan wines, the Domaine Lafage wines have always been well known for offering incredible value and pleasure for money which has already won over many consumers and keeps a lot of international critics enthusiastic too.