Camplazens is located at the site of a Roman Settlement on the top of the Limestone Mountain known as La Clape. It is one of the few vineyards located on the top of the mountain with the vines at an altitude of 150 meters and 2 km from the Mediterranean Sea.
The vines grow in valleys and on slopes surrounded by limestone cliffs, pine forests and wild moorland or “garrigue” where an abundance of thyme, rosemary, lavender, juniper, wild flowers and spices grow, creating the richly scented aromas that are reproduced in the wines.
In this range there is something for everyone. From the rich fruity Syrah to a soft smooth Grenache or an aromatic yet mellow Viognier – a good stock of these wines are always available in the shop.
Visit the Camplazens website for more information.