country:
France
region:
Roussillon
viticulture:
organic biodynamic

Clot de L'Oum

Clot de l'Oum means hill of the elm in Catalan. Our project started in 2001 in the first slopes of the Pyrenes around the village of Bélesta in Roussillon. The vineyards are situated in altitudes between 400 and 600m on granit, gneiss and schiste soils.

Our objective is to produce wines combining freshness, minerality, fruit and complexity. For this reason and in the light of our terroir features, we have started the organic management in 2001 and applied for certification in 2003. Bio Dynamic methods are implemented since 2009. Furthermore the wines are aged in used barrels and "foudres". 

Certified organic by Ecocert in 2003, Biodynamic in 2009 

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