provençal climate is of great help to vinegrowing because
is greedy for heat and can bear drought. The Mediterranean climate
which plays a key role in our terroir is known to be mild in winter,
hot in summer with low rainfall. Our vineyard benefits at the
same time from the sun of the South of France and the wind from the
North, called "Mistral", which dries everything up when it's damp and
also cools air when it's very hot.
quality and the fertility of our soils combined with the numerous
grape varieties enable us to obtain the strength, the balance and the
aromatic sophistication of our wines. For this, our vineyard extends
across on different types of soils. Clay and limestone soils produce
"generous" , coloured and dense wines with powerful
whereas dry, stone soils offer pleasant, elegant, fine and fruity wines.
of our land areas is also strewn with big stones which bring into the
soil a diffused heat that helps the grapes to grow and mature. These
stones are also of help for drainage, while the clay catches water and
brings it to the vine in dry periods.