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Our Accords range reflects what our winemaker, Kirsten, says are "wines of her imagination." The goal is to put in the bottle the best that our vineyards have to offer, whether that be a single variety or a blend, making up whites, rosés and reds. They are crafted specifically to complement food, and though we make suggestions as to possible matches, everyone's tastes are different and we hope that people will explore and discover what makes a great pairing for them.

These wines are made under the Indications Géographiques Protégées (IGP) Saint Guilhem le Désert system, which allows us freedom to make the wines as we wish, to attain the ultimate in expression.


2018 was a good season for our white grapes and Kirsten used Viognier, Sauvignon blanc and Roussanne in the blend. This has created a pale gold wine with opening aromas of savoury bay leaf, creamy hazelnuts and ripe juicy pear. It has a smooth, mouth-filling palate with complex citrus fruit and oak barrique flavours, leads to a fresh finish which will balance nicely with rich foods like a creamy seafood dish.

Tamlyn Currin, of

"Smells like a bouquet of dried Mediterranean herbs. Pear cream and wonderful dry bay leaf, oregano, thyme and rosemary on the palate. Has richness and bite. Cream and a savouriness that reminds me of toasted spelt along with the sweetness of ripe apricots and peaches. The long tang and vibration of acidity really pulls the length and finish across the line." (Jul 2020)

Technical Sheet (pdf): Blanc 2018

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The 2020 Accords blanc is an elegant wine made to pair with a range of food. Aromas range from white flower blossom, tropical fruit, restrained oak barrel and a mineral note at the end. The palate is long, elegant and packed with flavours of green melon, mandarin, juicy fruit with a tingly acidity which lingers in the mouth. Perfect for pairing with white meats and seafood, so try with coquilles St. Jacques, ceviche or a risotto.

The 2022 Concours des Vins ELLE à table awarded this wine a Gold Medal!

"Beautiful colour with golden hues. The nose of this wine is as complex as it is bewitching: melon, yellow fruit, laurel, vanilla. The palate reflects great precision with the work done in the vineyard and in the cellar: beautiful density, aromatic complexity and length. The citrus notes at the end of the palate give it a lot of character. The taste and the substance are balanced." (translated from French)

Technical Sheet (pdf): Blanc 2020

Our top 2018 rosé is made from Syrah only and has heady aromas of dried rose petals and citrus peel with underlying notes of creamy yeastiness and some vanilla oak barrique influence. The palate is long with notes of sour cherry, cranberry, candied orange peel and has a dry, fresh finish that would match well with roast duck breast.

Tamlyn Currin:

New tasting note (May 2021)! "Deep tomato-pink colour. I love it when producers have the balls to make dark rosés. Bravo. This smells like raspberries when they've been dried and ground into an icing-sugar-fine powder mixed with matcha and baharat. Dry, but the fruit has a maraschino candied hold on the palate. Lemon peel ground into chalk ground into the bones of the wines. Tingly, tangy finish. This is a rosé that needs hearty food, not beaches and bikinis. I have a spicy fish soup in the fridge and I think this is exactly the right wine... Drink 2021 – 2022 16.5/20"

She also noted that, "this rosé is, hands-down, the best food-pairing wine I tasted right across the board of this southern France tasting, and up there with one of the foodiest food wines I've ever tried period.

Tamlyn's previous tasting note: "Very dark pink, on the clarete-moving-to-red spectrum. Vanilla and strawberry shortbread. Packed with vanilla-syrup-glazed strawberry fruit on the palate. Hibiscus petals and some butterscotch but overall more savoury than sweet. Dry and a little bit of texture. More of a red wine than a rosé, although I'm missing some length. Don't drink too cold (I found it best at about white burgundy temperature). Very good with biltong! Definitely a wine for substantial food (think meat) rather than an aperitif. Drink 2020-2022." (Jul 2020)

Elizabeth Gabay MW:

"Dark pink red. Very vibrant red berry fruit. Soft, silky texture. Strawberries and raspberries with beautifully integrated minerality and long fresh vibrant acidity. Really lovely." (Aug, 2020)

Technical Sheet (pdf): Rosé



The 2020 Accords Terrasses du Larzac rouge is generous, ripe and rich with summer fruit, with hints of spice and herbs dominating the aromas. The palate is elegant, but full flavoured, with supple tannins and a complex lingering finish.

Try pairing it with roasted stuffed mushrooms, slow cooked roasted beef with a red wine reduction, grilled autumn vegetables with balsamic vinegar or enjoy with aged hard cheeses.

Tamlyn Currin, of

"This really does smell like plum cake, top loaded with cooked berries and chocolate. The fruit is dark red, glossy and bursting with sweet acidity, although it has a lovely long edge of tapenade and thyme to hold it in check. And yes, the chocolate is there, right on the end. Perfectly proportioned tannins, smoothly holding the balance, like a gymnast on the bar. Drink 2023-2027. 16.5/20" (September 2023)


Technical Sheet (pdf): Rouge Terrasses du Larzac


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