A winery deserves the name of Château if its members a building has received such distinction during its history. That of the Château Négly begins in the 18th century when the castle was known as Ancely. In 1781, the property took the name Nerly to finally be called THE Negly in 1807. The Castle is located in Languedoc Négly 20 km from Narbonne in the heart of Clape, in the protected designation of origin. This classified massive "job" of stones in Occitan, was an island until Roman times until the river Aude decides to link the continent to its alluvial contributions. Its soil is composed of sandy silt, resulting from highly porous limestone boulders, allowing rainwater to be a vital reserve for our vines. The proximity of the sea gives the vineyard a maritime influence tempers the harsh climate due to the sun and the Tramontana, powerful, dry wind from the north. Ideally exposed territories of the Castle Négly Boède and are distinguished by their different soils. Indeed, Boède sandy loam and sandstone, clay and limestone Négly give the wines from these vineyards a wide range of aromas.
Pronounced aromas of blackcurrant, prune, fig and sweet spice. Lovely and rich on the palate with intense and complex flavours of fresh and dried fruit, clove, cinnamon, prune and liquorice. Soft ripe tannins and a long finish. An impressive wine.