A Legendary Land
From this soil inherited from the gigantic collapse of the Granier mountain, in November 1248, was born a white grape variety with subtle and fresh perfumes. In our region, criss-crossed by mountains, valleys, lakes and rivers, the continental climate is subject to numerous influences, oceanic to the north and Mediterranean to the south. On these lands, the Perceval family cultivates tradition and audacity as well as quality viticulture. The respect of the work well done, of the manual harvest and of the ancestral methods preserves nectars with round tannins, with a beautiful density and with a fine and assertive character. The choice of grassing the soil forces the roots to draw the best from the earth. The durability of the humus of the slopes is thus maintained. Our vines flourish on the slopes of glacial moraine. Their high mineral concentration favors the drainage of the plots and diffuses their heat to the soil.