Our vineyards are located in the southern foothills of the Cevennes Mountains, overlooking the Mediterranean. They are located in the appellation of Faugères, the oldest appellation in Languedoc-Roussillon. The viticulture here dates back to Roman times.
The flora and fauna in our Mediterranean hills are still completely intact, making it ideal for viticulture. Our vines can take full advantage of the sunshine of Southern France, which allows us to harvest our grapes at optimum maturity every year, in particular in terms of ripe tannins.
Our vineyards are located at an altitude between 250 and 400 meters above sea level. In summer it is often very hot during the day, however, at night the temperatures fall thanks to the cool and often strong winds of the Tramontane from the northern Cevennes Mountains. These conditions are extremely rare in wine regions and reduce the risks of fungal infections significantly. Therefore treatments can be limited to a minimum and allows us to harvest very healthy grapes. In addition, the cool nights in the summer preserve the acidity in the grapes, which gives our wines their characteristic freshness and intense flavours.