Varied, the grape varieties are mainly composed of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah, supplemented by Cabernet Sauvignon. The white grape is Rolle (or Vermentino). This allows us to develop wines from the simplest to the most complex blends. Each variety is adapted to a certain type of soil and a certain level of exposure to the sun, in order to make the most of our land. The Grenaches are planted on dry and draining soils, the Syrah on deeper and draining soils, Rolle on the coolest plots, best sheltered from the wind, and Cinsault on the chalkiest soils.