An array of soil types, a dozen grape varieties and vineyard management revolving mainly around the bush vine training system – we are convinced that the way to maximise terroir expression is to blend all these components in our wines.
We now have the hindsight to know exactly how our vines and the wines from our two major viticultural sites will perform, allowing us to the push the boundaries in terms of expression and balance.
The two extremely complementary soil types enable our bottlings to fully reveal themselves: the forcefulness of wines sourced from Villafranchian soils structures the finesse of those grown on sandstone, creating a unique balance.
PECH REDON VINEYARD SITE
Pech Redon, home to Triassic sandstone, has miraculous attributes for growing vines. Slightly acid, it produces wines with high minerality and very finely textured tannins.
CAVES DE PARIS VINEYARD SITE
These low-yielding soils produce powerful, rich, fresh and spicy wines.
PEZENAS VINEYARD SITE
Located on the boundary between the villages of Fouzilhon and Magalas, within the AOP Languedoc Pézénas appellation area, this vineyard grows on sandstone soils and is home to south-facing Grenache and north-facing Syrah vines, creating ideal exposure for guaranteeing harmony between the two varietals.