Marsanne would have come about several centuries ago near Montélimar, in the Drôme. It can also be found in Cassis, in Savoy, in Languedoc-Roussillon or in Saint-Péray in the Ardèche, as well as on the famous hills of l’Hermitage.


It’s appreciated by winemakers for its freshness and its ability to produce little alcohol. Blended with white Grenache, Roussanne and Viognier, Bourboulenc brings a structure that enhances fruity and floral aromas and tempers the boldness with which these grape varieties are richly endowed.