Among the range of grapes planted in the vineyard, Grenache and Syrah are the predominant varieties. Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Cinsault make up the rest of the red wine grape varieties while Rolle (or Vermentino) and Clairette make up the rest of the white wine grapes. This variety allows us to produce the most simple to the most complex of wine blends. Each grape variety is planted according to the soil type, exposure and with the aim of maximising the terroir's potential. The Grenache grapes are planted on well-drained, dry soils, the Syrah on deep, well-drained soil, the Rolle on cooler parcels with better shelter from the wind and the Cinsault on the most calcareous soils.