In the red corner: Carignan, Grenache Noir, Lledoner Pelut and Syrah.
In the white corner: Grenache gris, Grenache blanc, Macabeu, Muscat and Carignan gris.
We only grow traditional grape varieties, some of them extremely rare.
Carignan, for example, fond of our poor, dry limestone and schist, has always provided the backbone to Fitou, for which the Languedoc has long been known.
While Lledoner Pelut, otherwise rather unkindly known as Hairy Grenache, once plentiful and thriving here, came as a bit of a find when we took over an old vineyard in Tuchan.
Most of them, like our 100 year-old Carignan, have been happily growing here for centuries and today, with a little help from us, make wines we’ll humbly sum up in one word.