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In Châteauneuf du Pape, there are several types of soils : on terraces, we find big silica pebbles which recover the ground. They play a role of thermal regulator because they release at night to the grapes the heat stored during the day. They give rather powerful wines. Then we have the grave lands, which means smaller limestone, clayey grounds which give well balanced wines and sandy grounds which underline the aromas of wines. According to the weather conditions of every vintage, these different soils express themselves more or less hard. All the art of the wine growers of the appellation is to choose the best adapted grape varieties to every soil.


Galets roulés Grès rouges Sables et saffres
Big silica pebbles red sandstone Sand

Les vaccarèses des terres blanches
Les picpouls de Barbe d'Asne

Les bourboulencs des Tresquous
Les syrahs des Bas Serres

Les grenaches de Palestor
Les grenaches de Valory
Les syrahs de Cabrières
Les Picardans des Bosquets

Argiles rouges

Terroir calcaire
Red clay Limestone

 Les grenaches de la cave

 Les mourvèdres du bois de la Ville

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Regarding my domain, I have the luck to possess 11 grape varieties, distributed on 15 different soils. Then, I have an extraordinary choice to prepare, every year, the most typical wine batches of the vintage. Click on the plots below and you will have an idea of the diversity of my domain.

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