The Label

The Vineyard

The entire production is certified Terra Vitis since 2004, showing a strong commitment to sustainable farming through a global strategy to reduce the impact of wine production on the environment.


Located in Limoux, the vineyard occupies 19 hectares. The soil composition is limestone & clay. Hand-harvested and focused on native varieties, Maison Antech is a high-altitude vineyard with an elevation between 200 & 450 m and an average vine age of 30 years. The wines are fermented in bottles on lees with a minimum aging period of 24 months.


Lady Françoise is comprised of 90% Mauzac, 5% Chardonnay, 5% Chenin Blanc

Tasting Notes

Lady Françoise is comprised of 90% Mauzac, 5% Chardonnay, 5% Chenin Blanc


Color: Pale yellow color with golden reflections and fine bubbles


Aroma: The nose expresses spring flowers and fresh tree fruits


Flavors on the palate: The palate is lively, harmonious, and round. It imitates the feeling of biting into a very delicate Granny Smith apple


Mouthfeel: Balanced, complex & delicate


Pairings: Ideally suited as an aperitif or to be paired with seafood & shellfish

Château Saint Seurin de Léviac, owned by Renaud and Claire Jean, is the Jean family's second vineyard. Located in the Entre-Deux-Mers wine region, 80 km from Bordeaux, Château Saint Seurin de Léviac is a site known since the middle of the 15th century, in Roquebrune.


Saint Seurin is the name of the old chapel that formerly sat on the vineyard site. The name pays tribute to the fourth bishop of Bordeaux, who is still the patron saint of Bordeaux.


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