Saint-Chinian is situated to the north-west of Beziers, incorporating 20 villages with vineyards planted at an altitude of between 100-400 metres, across some 3,200 hectares. It attained AOP status in 1982 for its red and rosé.
In 2005, the communal appellation of Saint-Chinian Roquebrun was established – with tighter restrictions, requiring lower yields and longer maturation – for 400 hectares of vines in four villages, including Saint-Nazaire-de-Ladarez, in the foothills of the mountains surrounding the valley of the River Orb.
Climate & Geology
The climate and geology that make up the terroir of Domaine La Lauzeta bring signature attributes to our wines.
We are particularly concerned about the development of biodiversity. At Domaine La Lauzeta we work in accordance with the rhythm of nature.