Our Caprices range highlights the power of terroir - each wine in this range is crafted to express those particular parcels that show individuality and character

Caprices AOP Terrasses du Larzac

The appellation, AOP Terrasses du Larzac, is relatively young, having been established in 2004 as a territory of AOP Languedoc and becoming it's own appellation in 2014. Despite its youth, the area has generated a lot of interest. Writer and journalist Andrew Jefford summed it up best:

"If you were to write me out a cheque for a million Euros and tell me to go to find somewhere to make great red wine, I would look most closely of all at Terrasses du Larzac." (2008)


Our newest Terrasses du Larzac offering is the 2018 Caprices. We describe it as having a dark, rich colour with an intense and spicy nose of ripe red fruits and
chocolate. A rich and round mouthfeel with flavours of boysenberries and eucalyptus is matched with a supple, savoury finish.


Try pairing this wine with roasted lamb leg with lentils, spicy slow cooked beef or venison in a dark gravy.


Decanter writer Georgina Hindle rated our 2017 Caprices 91/100, saying,

"Blackcurrant intensity on the nose, immediately identifiable and welcoming. The palate is so juicy and chewy, incredibly lively with almost mouthwatering acidity. This is a fun style, happy and not at all heavy, with red and black fruits, cherries, raspberries and sweet strawberries. Tannins are grippy in all the right places and this feels like a well-made, balanced wine with great freshness. A touch of liquorice lingers on the finish adding complexity at the end."

Technical Sheet (2018, pdf)


Caprices Viognier IGP Saint Guilhem le Désert

We only release a 100% Viognier when we think it's a step above what's ordinary. We think this is a wine for those searching for a clear Viognier expression, both on the nose and on the palate.

This wine pleases with a pale yellow with gold tints. The nose is perfumed, elegant and subtle. Aromas range from dried apricots and creamy pear to ripe quince and lemon curd. The nose evolves over time and is worth spending a moment to watch it change. The palate of this wine is soft but powerful with intense flavours of gooseberry, citrus flower and quince. There is a hint of phenolics in the mid palate, which along with the fresh acidity makes this wine ideal for rich foods and for ageing. Try pairing with blue cheese or Comté,  oysters, courgette gratin or onion soup!

Tamlyn Currin, of

"This is the liquid twin of an apricot-cream Danish pastry - dry (elegantly so, thanks to the racy line of yuzu-fragrant acidity), but the flavours are almost knee-bucklingly seductive. It tastes, also, of chin-dripping golden-orange peaches, poached quince, fresh fennel, sweet cicely. And it tastes of the candied-green gentle bitter- sweetness of candied angelica. There are few Languedoc Viogniers that have achieved this intersection of freshness, complexity, weight, elegance and drinkability. Drink 2021-2024 17/20" (May 2021)

Technical Sheet (pdf)