Some of the grapes come from our own vines in Ouveillan, halfway between the Montagne Noire and the Mediterranean coast, in the environs of Narbonne. The soil composed of limestone and loamy clay and is strewn with rounded stones.
In summer, the soil is very hot and proximity to the sea ensures that the roots remain cool, guaranteeing good balance between sugar and acidity. The rest of the grapes come from the Herault Valley’s mid-slope vineyards. This very hot zone, also influenced by the Mediterranean Sea, encourages the production of rich, opulent wines.MoreLess