Clairette : one of the oldest grape varieties in the Languedoc region, with honey aromas.
Roussanne : powerful and intense in the mouth, but with a delicate nose, reminiscent of white flowers and vine peach.
Grenache blanc : a more complex variety, combining citrus (grapefruit) and mineral (silex).
Grenache gris: characterised by its elegance and smoky notes.
Syrah : velvety tannins that coat the mouth. A nose that varies depending on the parcels: crystallised red fruit on the coolest soils, balsamic (acacia, tapenade) and grilled notes on the purely calcareous limestone soils like the Grugeos parcel.
Grenache : the expression of the grape variety dominates and is homogenous over the whole domain, with little specificity linked to the soil: cherry notes, kirsch and grilled notes. The mouth has body, volume and texture created by the grainy tannins.
Carignan : the altitude of the Assignan land is more outspoken in this grape variety, offering an aromatic freshness linked to notes of eucalyptus and floral notes. The mouth is nicely fruity: blackberries and blueberries on a suppler base, more of a crystallised and torrefied fruit on the more extracted bases.
Cinsault : classical, with a mouth of very small red fruit: strawberries, cherries, gooseberries.
Cabernet : this grape variety enables the elaboration of a wine that is very dense and powerful, with fine tannins. It mixes very classical aromas of black fruit (blackcurrants) and eucalyptus with notes of fig and cacao, giving it a true personality.
Merlot : sparks and softness with notes of red peppers and cherries.