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Antech Brut Nature, Blanquette de Limoux

Antech Brut Nature, Blanquette de Limoux

White | Drink now | Antech Limoux | Code:  12058 | France > Languedoc-Roussillon > Blanquette de Limoux | Mauzac | Medium Bodied, Brut | 12.0 % alcohol


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Wines sold "In Bond" (including BBX) or “En Primeur” are not available for immediate delivery and storage charges may apply.

Duty and VAT must be paid separately before delivery can take place.

The Producer

Antech Limoux

Antech Limoux

In the beginning of the 20th century, Eugénie Limouzy became one of the first women in Languedoc to manage a vineyard. In 1931, Eugénie’s niece Marguerite married Edmond Antech, a man of exacting method who took the estate’s wine and made it widely and commercially known.

His sons George and Roger succeeded him and kept the same philosophy of preserving Antech Limoux's history and melding tradition and modernity to craft exceptional wines. Together, they created new storehouses, and modernized the House. Georges devoted his professional life to developing the image and sales of the House, while Roger enthusiastically took on the technical aspects of running the vineyard.

Currently, Michèle, the eldest daughter of George, and her husband Jean-Christophe Chauvière have taken over the management of the vineyard and sell over one million bottles in France and abroad.

The Grape



The Mauzac grape is prolific in the Limoux region, but almost non-existent elsewhere, and produces a rustic wine with distinct aromas of fresh cut grass and apple-peel flavours reminiscent of apple cider.

The grape is the dominant component in Blanquette de Limoux, the Languedoc sparkling wine that can contain three grape varieties: Mauzac with a minimum of 90% of the blend, the balance with Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc.

The Region

Blanquette de Limoux

Blanquette de Limoux is one of the four appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) classifications for wines in the Limoux region of Languedoc – the other three being Blanquette de Limoux Méthode Ancestrale, Crémant de Limoux for sparkling wines and Limoux for still wines.

Blanquette de Limoux bears the honour of being the first sparkling wine to be produced in France, long before Champagne became the undisputed world leader for this style. Blanquette actually just means ‘white’ in the local Occitan language. In 1938, Blanquette de Limoux became the first AOC established in the Languedoc region.

Blanquette de Limoux can be a blend of three grape varieties: Mauzac must be the dominant grape with a minimum of 90 percent, with the balance made up by Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc.

The Mauzac grape is prolific in the Limoux region, but almost non-existent elsewhere, and produces a rustic wine with distinct aromas of fresh-cut grass and apple-peel flavours reminiscent of apple cider.

Delivery Options


UK Wide

Standard: Within 3 working days (for orders placed before 2pm)

Specified Date*: 9am-5pm

* "Specified Date" is not available in Northern Ireland, The Isle of Man, The Isle of Wight, The Isles of Scilly and some areas of Scotland.

Further Details

**Qualifying order value excludes tickets, vouchers and wines bought inbond

Order value per delivery address**:
Below £200 - £10.00


Premium Services

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Next Weekday or Saturday Delivery

Pre-10am Any Day (not available on Saturday)




Shop Collection

When selecting "Collection" at the check-out, please allow 3 working days for us to process your order from our central warehouses. We therefore highly recommend telephoning before you make your journey to check that your order is ready. Collection is available from our two shops in London  &  Basingstoke.



International Delivery to Europe & Rest of the World
Subject to a minimum order value of £200 excluding the delivery charge, per delivery address.

Please note: We are unable to deliver Spirits to the USA

All orders for delivery outside the EU may be liable to local duties and taxes for which customers are responsible. The local delivery agent in your destination country will contact you to arrange payment of these taxes

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Storage Details
Storage in BB&R Warehouses

  Wines bought from Berry Bros. & Rudd can be stored
in our temperature controlled warehouses.
We can only accept orders for unmixed cases.
Storage Charges:
£13.80 (inc. VAT)
per case per annum
Customer Reserves For wines purchased In Bond,
Duty & VAT charges become payable upon withdrawing from your reserves.
BBX wines can only be bought In Bond.
Minimum annual storage charge applies.
More information on wine storage
£12.60 (inc. VAT)
per case per annum
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