Lost vineyard sites, secretly tucked away throughout the garrigue laden hills and valleys of the Midi. Old vines, many 50-75+ years old. Throughout the Languedoc and Roussillon there exist numerous "lost vineyards" just waiting to be re-discovered. Many of these small vineyards have been disregarded by larger producers because of their isolation, their low cropping potential and their inability to be machine worked. However, with passion, talent and lots of hard work, memorable wines can be made and enjoyed. The 2016 L'Anneé Blanc is a blend of 65% Macabeu, 30% Grenache Gris and 5% Muscat. The first two wines in the assemblage are 60-70 y/o vines. The wine is organic, with certification from Ecocert, and is also Biodynamic, with certification from Demeter. Stainless steel aging with extended lees contact. No fining and light filtration. The wine itself is a combination of citrus and brine, with subtle floral hints. Fresh saline nuances persist against a long structured finish.