The name Richemer refers to a legend from the 19th century when Henri Richet, a wine-maker from Marseillan, made a fortune in selling wine thanks to the sea-faring trade. He was quickly given the name of Henri de Richemer. In the heart of the Languedoc, bordering the Thau Basin and the Mediterranean Sea, this group of producers came about from the merging of the Agde and Marseillan (Hérault) cooperative wine cellars. Since 1937 they have been located on the Marseillan port with a beautiful view overlooking the boats.
Piquepoul, Henri de Richemer
Crisp and fresh white from Southern France packed full of zingy citrus flavour. Floral aromas and a fruity character with citrus notes, persisting into the finish.