Chateau Puech Haut - Saint Drézéry and Pic Saint Loup in Languedoc
Grape varieties that were originally chosen for the vineyard were
Grenache and Syrah. After that, Gérard Bru bought some neighboring lands
with old Carignans (50 to 60 years old) and planted some hectares with
the three white varieties of the Rhône – Viognier, Marsanne and
Roussanne. Today the vineyard stretches across 184 hectares, including
92 in Saint Drézéry and 19 in Pic Saint Loup. Their appellation era is
Coteaux du Languedoc, Saint Drézéry, which is the name of the community
and the smallest of the “terroirs” of Languedoc.
All of the wines of Château Puech-Haut are powerful and full-bodied with a lot of character.