In the heart of Languedoc , facing the town of Sète and Mont Saint Clair, cradled by the Lagoon of Thau, the Domaine Saint-André, with an area of 30 hectares, brings together all the traditional grape varieties of the Languedoc ( Cinsault, Carignan, Chardonnay, Muscat, Roussanne, Vermentino and Viognier ), to which are added certain Bordeaux grape varieties ( Merlot and Cabernet Franc ). Its vineyard benefits from a Mediterranean climate tempered by maritime influences. Its soil, predominantly clay-limestone, is conducive to the production of excellent quality wines.
Wine Merchant Magazine, Tried and Tested, July 2023: "You suspect that most people who like Chardonnay love wines like this, whether or not they say so out loud. From the heart of the Languedoc, this is joyfully old-school, brimming with vanilla and butter, and pears so ripe they've almost liquified. On the finish there's a quirky change of pace and a suggestion of bergamot."