The château possesses an ultramodern cellar whose original architectural style is reminiscent of a ship. This blend is principally Marsanne and Roussanne, complemented with Viognier.
The grapes are hand sorted before being pressed cold settled, following which the wine is matured in barrels and cement vats.
A beautiful clear and bright golden colour. The nose reveals notes of exotic fruit and preserved citrus fruit. In the mouth, there is a very good balance between body and acidity which brings a nice freshness to the wine.
The Roussanne and the Marsanne grapes build the mouth and convey the sweetness. The Viognier brings complexity and aromatic altitude.
Food and wine pairing: grilled fish fillets, pork with ginger, leek fondue, various fruit salads.
The Mediterranean-type climate, which is typical throughout the appellation area, is marked by a significantly hot, dry season, mitigated by the effect of the landform. Due to the diversity and unique features of the different areas, major zones have been defined by their weather patterns and soil types.
There is a huge variety of soil types but hard limestone in the garrigue and schist soils are the most widespread. There is also gravel washed down by Languedoc’s rivers.