The island’s vineyards are unlike any other, being the only island vineyards in France and over 2,000 years old. The diversity of soils and sun-drenched hillsides, the maritime influence and the unusual juxtaposition of microclimates draw the silhouette of wines and terroirs on a large part of the island’s territory. Reflect of a strong identity with thousand-year-old roots, grape varieties are unusual and noble.
The beautiful domain of Clos Landry is located on the road to Calvi airport. The linear and verdant vine plants unfold towards the north, on a gently sloping area, lined with old umbrella pines. On the horizon, the sea shimmers. A winding road leads us past a large building with a sculptural vaulted door. The five-meter-high cellar is dug into the granite arena. Marc Paolini, a dark-haired, dynamic, and elegant young man, awaits us with a smile.
If you are a wine lover, discover the many Corsican estates and enjoy the exquisite grape varieties. Patrimonio, Sartène, Ajaccio, Coteaux and Muscat du Cap Corse, Calvi, Figari, Porto-Vecchio, the routes are numerous that lead to the discovery of the wines of the 9 appellations of controlled origin. Between tastings of grands crus, visits to the island's markets, and exploration of the heritage trails, you will find a land of wonderful flavours.