A process of continuously challenging and demanding the highest standards of itself have taken this estate to the top. Its wines delight you thanks to their perfect balance between fruit and freshnes.
This region is similar to neighbouring Languedoc in terms of climate, grape type and wines.
Just next door to Spain, Roussillon is full of stony terraces that are ideal for growing natural sweet wines (VDN), which is a particular feature of the vineyards.
There are also black shale, granite and clay-limestone soils.
The climate is a very sunny one, with low, poorly distributed rainfall.
There are 7,300 hectares of vineyards, producing 900,000 hl of wine.
Natural sweet wines (Banyuls, Maury, Rivesaltes) have for a long time been representative of the region’s wines. Today, though, with the modernisation of facilities, the diversification of grape types and new winemaking techniques, there is more production of quality dry wines.
The main grape types are identical to those in Languedoc: for reds, black carignan, syrah, mourvèdre and black grenache. For whites, marsanne, roussanne, vermentino, muscat à petits grains, malvoisie, macabeu, white grenache and grey grenache.