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On request we can multiply any grape variety other than those mentioned below.

Here you will find the non-exhaustive list of the different varieties that we multiply. Each grape variety is characterized by its own cultural (vigor, productivity and precocity) and oenological (alcoholic, phenolic and aromatic potential) abilities.

To make the most of your terroir by harvesting grapes as often as possible, we can advise you on the varietal choice.


Aligoté B

This grape variety, cultivated in Burgundy, results, according to published genetic analyzes, from a cross between Pinot and Gouais B. Aligoté B is a semi-fine white grape, quite productive, which gives clear white wines, acidic, fresh and light.

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Grenache B

Grenache Blanc is used for the production of natural sweet wines but also allows to obtain interesting dry white wines, long on the palate, possessing fat and fullness but sometimes lacking a little acidity.

This variety is resistant to drought and is particularly fond of dry gravel or pebble soils.

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Muscat d'Alexandrie B

Resistant to drought, the Muscat of Alexandria promises berries with very sweet pulp, juicy and firm, protected by a thin skin. The fruits are medium in size and gather in compact, narrow and long clusters of medium reach. The musky flavor ensures very good natural sweet wines.

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Sauvignon B

This grape allows the production of very elegant, very fine, balanced and distinctive dry white wines. The varietal aromas of Sauvignon B, especially present in the wine in the first years, are quite specific and may present nuances depending on the terroir, the vintage and the growing conditions. In late harvests or in the presence of noble rot, this grape variety can participate in the development of great sweet wines.


Viognier gives a white wine of excellent quality and great finesse. Very fragrant, the wine is extraordinarily rich, supple, not to say smooth.

It allows, under favorable conditions, to develop very aromatic wines (apricot, peach, ...), complex, powerful and of high quality.

Chardonnay B

This grape variety has a very high qualitative potential and makes it possible to produce dry white wines, sparkling wines, and even sweet wines.

The sugar contents of berries can reach high levels while maintaining significant acidity. This is what makes it possible to obtain particularly well balanced, powerful and full-bodied wines. The aromas are typical, complex and intense.

Marsanne B

This vigorous, fertile and productive grape variety should be pruned short and preferably reserved for infertile and stony soils. Marsanne B makes it possible to produce dry or sparkling white wines, quite elegant, moderately or slightly acidic, with fine aromas. Associated with Roussane B, they give light wines with aromas of yellow fruits, white fruits and flowers.

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Pinot B

Pinot blanc is a fairly vigorous variety of regular production (more productive than Pinot Gris or Pinot Noir).

It makes it possible to develop pleasant, light-bodied wines with medium acidity. It can also be used to make base wines for sparkling wines.


The wine made from pure Roussane is of extraordinary quality. It exudes a delicate aroma reminiscent of coffee, honeysuckle, iris and peony. The taste of this wine improves with age. This grape variety makes it possible to highlight and reveal good terroirs.

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Ugni B

Ugni Blanc gives a pale and dry yellow wine, relatively neutral but balanced. In addition, it brings a touch of freshness and finesse to the wines. However, it is poor in aromas. It also makes it possible to obtain wines suitable for the production of high quality eaux-de-vie.

Colombard B

This variety is fertile, very vigorous and productive. It makes it possible to develop pleasant, aromatic wines with good acid support. Aromas of lime, nectarine, boxwood, citrus, exotic fruits emerge.

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Muscat Petits grains

This grape variety makes it possible to produce dry white wines, natural sweet wines and sparkling wines. It can also be used in blending (with a low percentage) to provide aromatic nuances in neutral wines. Muscat à petits grains blancs has a high sugar potential with a good balance of acidity and an intense, powerful and delicate flavor. It appreciates stony and poor hillsides.


This grape variety has a preference for light and schist soils. It is very resistant to cold winters in the continental climate.

It makes it possible to produce high quality dry white wines, very aromatic, lively and elegant. They can be stored and when overripe or in the presence of noble rot, can give great sweet wines.


The Vermentino produces quality, pleasant white wines with a beautiful pale color. These fine, balanced and fatty wines present an interesting aromatic richness (floral aromas of hawthorn, fruity pear, ...) even if they sometimes lack acidity.


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Cabernet Franc N

The wines from Cabernet Franc are medium in color with fine tannins, subtle aromas of red berries and spices. When blended with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, it gives the wine complexity and bouquet of aromas. It produces fruity wines that can be drunk young but the great vintages of which can be kept for a long time.

Carignan N

It is a fertile grape variety that allows regular production, often significant. It is easy to drive and must be cut short (cup, cord). Carignan N is well suited to hot, dry regions and to infertile soils. Carignan N has an average potential in terms of sugar content and high in color.

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Grenache N

This very vigorous variety sometimes presents a sensitivity to coulure and difficulties of hardening. It is better suited to slightly acidic, gravelly, stony (pebble) soils than to very chalky white soils. Grenache N makes it possible to obtain natural sweet wines and very great structured and aromatic wines for aging on condition of implanting it on qualitative terroirs and obtaining a good color.

Meunier N

This productive grape is resistant to winter frosts. Its fruit set is also quite good after a spring frost. It tends to emit a lot of suckers and suckers. Meunier N is well suited to limestone soils.

This grape is mainly used for making sparkling wines. It makes it possible to obtain moderately acidic wines which evolve quite quickly.

Syrah N

A fragile variety, which fears drought and is sensitive to diseases. It ripens quickly and needs a soil rich in trace elements to produce bunches of a beautiful bluish black color, with a sweet and spicy juice. Its red wines are of sustained color and their aromas are fruity, spicy, floral and tannins structure the whole. Syrah also makes rosé wines, pleasant and of a beautiful finesse.

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Cabernet Sauvignon N

Cabernet-Sauvignon N makes it possible to obtain wines with a very interesting tannic structure and a sustained color at good maturity. They are generally suitable for aging and aging in wood. The vegetal aromas of this grape give way to much more pleasant and complex aromas, when the maturity is satisfactory.

Cinsault N

This variety is fertile, productive, very resistant to drought and not very sensitive to browning. Cinsaut N must be cultivated preferentially in poor and dry soils; under these conditions, it makes it possible to obtain regular production.

The clusters are large and the berries are very large. The juice yields are high.

Marselan N

The clusters are small to medium in size. Cylindro-conical, they have an elongated shape. Its berries are not very juicy and have a purple black skin color.

This grape variety makes it possible to produce colorful, distinctive and high quality wines. They are aromatic, full-bodied, with a very interesting structure.

Mourvèdre N

This delicate grape variety has a fairly irregular fertility and its yield must be low so that its strains do not run out quickly. It requires a regularly irrigated soil but in a limited way. on clay-limestone soils.

The wine made with this grape is rich in aroma, low in acidity and has a good quality tannic structure.

Tannat N

This variety is vigorous and appreciates sandy and gravelly soils. Tannat N produces colorful, very tannic and lively wines. Once mature, this grape variety makes it possible to produce quality red wines, powerful, full-bodied and suitable for aging.

Tannat is rarely used alone. It is associated with fer-servadou to obtain a more fruity taste or with Cabernet sauvignon to be more rounded.

Caladoc N

This variety is fertile, very vigorous and productive. It makes it possible to develop pleasant, aromatic wines with good acid support. Aromas of lime, nectarine, boxwood, citrus, exotic fruits emerge.

Gamay N

It is a black grape with white juice with clusters and juicy berries of medium size. Gamay is early and very productive, and it needs to be limited in order for quality to prevail over quantity.

It produces very fruity, fresh and delicious red wines.

Merlot N

This grape variety is well suited to clay and limestone soils, sensitive to winter and spring frosts and poorly adapted to intense drought.

It allows to obtain rounded, powerful wines, rich in alcohol and color, relatively low in acidity. These full-bodied and structured wines, with fairly supple tannins, however, can be aged in oak. The aromas are complex and elegant.

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Pinot N

Originally from Burgundy, Pinot N has very small berries. Under favorable conditions, it makes it possible to develop wines of power, finesse, intensity and aromatic complexity. The potential for the accumulation of sugars in this grape variety is high for just average acidity and a color that is often not very intense but likely to be maintained over time.


This variety is quite rustic, vigorous, well adapted to southern conditions but its branches are brittle and it is sensitive to the wind. The clusters are large (elongated) and the berries medium. In favorable terroirs, Tempranillo N produces quality wines, very pleasant, well colored and structured. The quality and degree drop rapidly when the yield becomes excessive.

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