The estate made its name by blending 4 grape varieties -
cinsault, grenache, carignan and mourvèdre - grown on 3 well-separated terroirs.
Cinsault 30 years old, 0.70 hectare.
Chalky soil containing a high proportion of sand which operates as a filter and is a
very good natural regulator of production.
Wines have a deep color, the dominant aromatic notes are cherry jam, pepper, laurier
and the tannins are still "velvety".
Carignan 40 years old, 0.40 hectare.
A single parcel on an acidic, clay soil in a gravelly and shisteous area.
This terroir reveals the powerful carignan’s aromas, leather, cocoa, spices, and fine and tasty
Grenache 35 years old, 0.70 hectare.
Mourvèdre 35 years old, 0.20 hectare.
On this limestone and chalky hillside soil , grenache and mourvèdre offer a remarkable South
exposition which makes it the warmest and earliest terroir
of the estate.
These two varieties (grenache and mourvèdre) combine beautifully and have a real ability to age,
with notes of cherries, resin and incense.