When you think of Languedoc and next-door Roussillon, it is classy ripe, plump wines that spring to mind.
Le Soula is different.
Their wines are biodynamic, low-alcohol and grown at altitude.
They have the vibrancy of biodynamic wines - a funky, energetic freshness - with an ability to age that surpasses many a so-called classic wine.
If the winery is relatively young (it started in 2003), the vines are not - 100 year-old Carignan vines are not unusual here.
The vineyards have been organic from the outset with a subsequent transition to biodynamics.
At around five years of age, the current vintages are fresh and vibrant; the older wines, with more than a decade's age, are more complex but still very youthful.
The wines are available at leading restaurants and independent merchants priced at around £25.