The image of the Tavel appellation is often linked to its mass produced, watermelon pink rosés. However, since the first vintage in 2002 Eric Pfifferling of L’Anglore has managed to set a different example of what wines could be like around here.
Thanks to a philosophy that encompasses respect of the vineyard, zero interventions in the cellar and lighter macerations, the wines from L’Anglore are vibrant, multifaceted expressions of the South.
Today, many young winemakers are following in the footsteps of L’Anglore, making wines that bring out intriguing nuances of this region’s diverse terroir. Uplifting rosés with the complexity of reds, and generous reds that despite the power of their fruit come alive in the glass with a subtlety of aromas often reserved to wines from colder climates.
Join us in the dining room La Cachette to taste a selection of cuvées from Eric Pfifferling and his students, with snacks provided by the kitchen.
2018 L'Anglore Chemin de La Brune
2018 Romain Le Bars Tavel
2018 L'Anglore Tavel
2019 Valentin Vallès Rollier
2016 L'Anglore Lirac
Starting from this summer our opening times are changing. From Tuesday 1st August onwards, our restaurant will be open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday, and for lunch on Saturday as usual.
Our last day open before the holidays is Saturday 5th August. We will be back as usual from Tuesday 15th August.