History, Terroir and the Elegance of French
Château Lamargue is one of the most famous and prestigious wineries in the south of France , situated on a terrain of roughly 120 hectares.
Château Lamargue produces a range of six wines: A.O.C. Costières de Nîmes wines.
The A.O.C. Costières de Nîmes range includes:
Les Grandes Cabanes Blanc “The richness of Roussanne and the intensity of Viognier“.
Les Grandes Cabanes Rosé “The complementary contributions of two varieties, the freshness and elegance of a great Rosé“.
Les Grandes Cabanes Syrah when Syrah conveys all its freshness.
Les Marquises Blanc Roussanne e Viognier, the perfect encounter of two great grapes with oak.
Les Marquises Syrah “The expression of a terroir with elegance and harmony tipical of Syrah”.
La Reserve du Marquis the selection of finest grapes of Syrah.
Château Lamargue is situated in a magic and fascinating area, between ancient green forests and the coast of Nîmes.
The area is known for its beauty and history, already preserved in the far XII century by the monks of the nearby abbey, and later with renewed passion by the noble family of Louis de Senilhac in 1764. Eventually acquired by an Italian family it is owned today by Gruppo Campari.
Recently, Château Lamargue was completely restructured with a modern cellar, allowing a series of technological improvements of the vineyards, and so, a higher quality of production.
France is the mainmarket,importantforeign markets include Scandinavia, Germany and U.S.