Domaine Lafage

+33 (0)4 68 80 35 82 Mas Miraflors Route de Canet
Perpignan, 66000
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The Lafage Estate is expanded over a little more than 200 hectares, including stretches of heath and pine, 138 hectares of which is cultivated for wine-making. The dwelling of the manor is an ancient stone-built farmhouse located next to the vineyard-fringed road between Perpignan, the former capital of the Kings of Majorca, and the Mediterranean seashore. Hugging the 80 hectares of marine-land, where the now archaeological site of Villarnau was once a mediaeval village, the vineyards of the Lafage Estate dominate the surrounding grapevine. It provides spectacular views of the Albères, an extension of the Pyrenees mountain range, which forms a natural border between France and Spain before plunging into the blue of the Mediterranean. At the entrance of the Estate, a boutique offers wine-tasting and colourful commentaries to wine-lovers passing by. – Description from Nerevar

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  • Carignan

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  • Chardonnay

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  • Domaine Lafage Grand Cuvee Rose 2016

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    The wine is made from a combination of Grenache, Grenache Gris, and Mourvedre grapes, hand-harvested from sixty-five to eighty year-old vines. Gentle direct press prevents bitterness. Even the taille (a type of juice produced during the pressing process that contains more tannin than sugar or acidity) is discarded. What we have here is bottle th... Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial


  • Have you been drowning in rosé? For most of us it’s a summertime ... premier example is the 2016 Domaine Lafage Grand Cuvee rosé from AOC Cotes du Roussillon, my favorite bottle of the summer. Jean-Marc and Eliane Lafage farm 160 hectares of vines located just south of the capital of French Catalonia, Perpignan. That’s a stone’s throw from the... Read More

    From the article Summer Rose for Fall & Winter Pairings


  • Domaine Lafage Centenaire 2015

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    This is a fat, juicy, creamy southern wine from Roussillon; with the scent of fresh pears and freshly fallen snow. On the palate, you get a panoply of sweet, spicy white fruit - like Bartlett pears and white pepper - with a touch of sweet cream. This rich vintage has produced a great wine with some aging potential (2-3 years) but no need to wai... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • Domaine Lafage Cote d'Est 2015

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    This wine - apparently produced by a favourite Roussillon house of Parker - does make for a wonderful, affordable wine. It has a nose of those over-perfumed kind of flowers like Wisteria or Clematis - perhaps Honeysuckle - but this is inviting (even perfect) for diurnal drinking patterns. The Rousanne component (at least 30%) needs time, but t... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • Finding myself a little more curious as to what's going on at this price point lately, with neighbors looking to me for advice, and I did hear BLM's call recently as well.So two regions came to mind, not only for reasonable pricing, but for good overall quality potential. The Languedoc in the South of France, and Etna Rosso from the volcanic soi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Good Wine, $20 and under


  • Domaine Lafage Tessellae Old Vines Côtes du Roussillon 2013

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    The "Tessellae" Old Vines offering is bigger than it's price point by 3-4 times. A superb CdR that shows red and blueberry fruits, light gamy notes, spice, pepper, floral accents. Elegant any juicy with finishing acidity and minerality, this pours really real. Drink now - Paul 91 points Read More

    Wine review by rckr1951


  • Domaine Lafage Tessellae Old Vines Côtes du Roussillon 2013

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    Wine review by boglebogle


  • Domaine Lafage 'Centenaire' Blanc 2014

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    The 2014 edition of Centenaire Blanc from Domaine Lafage of Roussillon opens with a nice tisane (camomile) and gooseberry nose, but falters somewhat on entry with less balancing sweetness in the core than in the previous vintage; there are more medicinal notes (astringency) coupled with unripe gooseberry. It seems a wee bit thin and needs a doll... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • Had some friends over, cooked some pork chops on the grill and roasted kale, ... ... order of preference:Domaine Lafage Côtes du Roussillon Miraflors 2015Château d'Esclans Whispering Angel 2015and last but not least, since all were very good,Château Pesquié Ventoux Rosé Terrasses 20 Read More

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  • We have a party for friends and neighbors every year, expecting about 30 for ... ... chardonnay and a few Domaine Lafage Côte Est. Reds with consist of a couple bottles of Ca' Momi Rosso Di Napa, which came highly recommended as a crowd pleasing full bodied Napa red and some Seven Falls Cabernet Wahluke Slope from WA. We do have a couple cab ... Read More

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  • I am having great difficulty with this web site. It promises information on food pairing with a wine, the 2005 Domaine LaFage, but I can't, for the life of me, get to any of that information. There is simply no direction to it. Jean Coqtail

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