Ground :


The vines are planted in the town of Villematier, about twenty kilometers north of Toulouse on a soil of gravely boulbènes on the surface and stony marl in depth.


Grape variety:


Syrah, this Côtes du Rhône grape variety, with a global vocation, finds all its expression in the northern Toulouse region. According to history, the Romans would have brought this grape variety from Syracuse.




Coral color with pink undertones. This vibrant rosé of expression is a concentrate of gourmet aromas and intense freshness, the mouth of which gives way entirely to the expression of fruit supported by a slight acidity.


Cultural practices:


It is with a perpetual respect for the plant and a reasoned approach to the culture that this grape variety is cultivated. The land is mechanically worked every other row, unpacked as regards the grassed row in which organic life plays a large part in soil preservation. In order to limit the risk of pollution, there is no residual weeding or anti-botrytis. The biological diversity of this terroir gives the grapes full expression


Oenological practices:


The grapes are picked at full maturity for their fruit expression at night. Then, a gentle pressing and fermentation at 15 degrees for about two weeks brings it freshness, fruit and balance.




3000 Bottles / year


Pairing - wine:


From the aperitif and throughout a meal, especially on hot summer evenings.