• The Caves Richemer inherit from a legend
The Richemer wine cellars began with the fusion of both the cooperative winery in Agde and Marseillan, gathering 450 wine-makers and maintaining the tradition of being the first port in the Thau Basin. The latter is renowned for its white wines – perfect with oysters - and its rosés - ideal when relaxing on a terrace.
They all owe their name to a legend, Henri Richet, a Marseillan wine-maker who apparently became very rich from the sea borne wine trade, especially with the vermouth. Henri de Richemer very soon became an adopted name.
• Three Wine Shops and a Cellar on the Port
At the end of summer, the hoppers loaded with grapes are one with the boat masts. This is because in Marseillan, the wine cellar is in the heart of the city … on the port. The vineyard trails allow you to discover this production plant, finishing off in the wine-tasting cellar on the port.
The Henri de Richemer wines are sold where they are produced, in the three wine shops of Marseillan-Ville, Marseillan-Plage and Agde.