IGP Pays des Bouches-du-Rhône — 2020

Terroir and Yield

Clay-limestone soils, rocky soil. West/Northwest exposure. Altitude 380m, yield of 65 hl./ha.

Grape variety

Clairette, (locally called "le salé"), vermentino, vines planted in 1954, 2010 and 2011… with a touch of Ugni Blanc planted in 1956 and Vermentino planted in 2012.

Harvest and Vinification

Manual harvest September 15th. Selective sorting on belt  immediately upon entering the cellar. The crop is softly crushed, destemmed and soft pneumatic pressing.) Fermentation and  Malolactic fermentation is undone. Natural tartaric precipitations created due to cold temperatures in the vat.

Maturation and Production

Concrete vat. Estate bottled in February. Production of 350 hl, about 46,000 bottles. Exist also in magnums.


Color is clear and limpid. Fine bouquet with a floral and mineral character with notes of white peach and lemon. Lively and candid on the palate, a precise wine, influenced by the limestone and flint, delightfully fresh.

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