Clairette Rose

Native to Provence, Clairette Rose is essentially reserved for the production of rosé wines. It is a pink mutation of the Clairette Blanche. This type of grape variety has medium to large bunches of medium-sized grapes.

Clairette Blanche

Grape variety from the south of France, the Clairette Blanche is typically southern. Its bunches are of average size and its grapes have particularly juicy flesh. It is a late-budding variety, very vigorous.

Grenache Gris

The Grenache gris grape variety was first planted in the province of Aragon in Spain. Mainly used for rosé wines, Grenache gris brings power, elegance and minerality. It’s a grape variety that can withstand ageing very well if it is preserved.