Stroll from plots to plots. The numbers plots indicate the different types of soils. NORTHERN SLOPE PLATEAU SOUTHERN SLOPE LE CHAI Bouteille Fleur d'Eglantine 6 - The Southern Slope
A south-facing foothill.
Colluvium consisting of fine elements with a sandy texture
accumulated at the foot of the slope. This very porous soil
gives intensity to the fruit and the lightness to the
Grenache and to the Cinsault.
The springs that gush on the marl outcrop allow a
verdant landscape (plane trees and Mediterranean
forests) to flourish.

Cette parcelle participe
This is one of the parcels
that contribute to the
assemblage of Fleur
d'Eglantine.
8 - The Southern Slope
It ideally faces the south and the sea breeze.
Halfway up the hill, on a mixed soil terrace of rounded
stones and marl. On this deep soil, the fifty-year- old Syrah
draws coolness and moisture to fight dry summers.
The landscape is a mosaic of vineyards bordered by
orchards and garrigue broom shrubs.

This is one of the parcels
that contribute to the
assemblage of Terre
d'Argence Rouge.
Bouteille Terre d'Argence rouge 7 - The Southern Slope
The southern slope is a planer fault in the Costières de
Nîmes. Moulded by erosion, it offers a variety of terroirs.
Ideally exposed to the south, it faces the sea breeze.
At the peak of the hill, there are pockets of marl that keep
it cool and humid. It allows for a successful ageing of the
Grenaches Noirs for fifty years.

This is one of the parcels
that contribute to the
assemblage of Terre de Feu.
Bouteille Terre de Feu 4 - The Plateau
The name of the cuvee comes from the pink colour of
the rounded stones, which is similar to the colour of the
wine. They are particularly present in this sector of the
plateau.
The old Grenaches are surrounded by fruit-bearing trees:
it’s a veritable fairyland when they bloom in the spring!

This is one of the parcels
that contribute to
the assemblage
of Galets Rosés.
Bouteille Galets Rosés 5 - The Plateau
This large, rocky terrace was formed nearly a million
years ago. The rounded stones (or quartzite) saw,
alternatively, glaciation periods (where the rock
fragmented by freezing is smoothened by the river) and
periods of re-heating, and resisted them both. The clay,
coloured by iron oxide, gives the soil its beautiful ochre
tint. Here, the Syrah vines produces juicy fruit, full of
character.
The landscape is a mosaic of vineyards and orchards
where the broom shrubs outline the southern edge of
the plateau.

This is one of the parcels
that contribute to the assemblage
of Galets Rouge.
Bouteille Galets Rouges 3 - The Plateau
It is the colluvium that has brought the dark soil in this
sector of the plateau. Just below the surface, we find
the rounded stones which go quite deep. The old Syrah
vines bloom, and become more powerful with a strong
tannic richness.
The landscape is a mosaic of vineyards and orchards
bordered by cypress trees.

This is one of the parcels
that contribute to the
assemblage of Capitelles
Rouge.
Bouteille Capitelles rouge 2 - The Northern Slope
This part, stonier and less rich in limestone, is one of the
factors that contributes to the elegance of the old
Grenache Blanc vines, giving it a more intense minerality.
A dry and rocky garrigue landscape overlooks the
vineyard.

This is one of the parcels that contribute to the
assemblage of
Capitelles.
Bouteille Capitelles blanc 1 - The Northern Slope
This slope offers a cool soil linked to its exposure to the
sun and its location facing the Mistral. The soil, which
contains limestone from the Cretaceous period, is
particularly favourable to the balance of the Grenache
blanc.
A dry and rocky garrigue landscape overlooks the
vineyard.

This is one of the parcels
that contribute to the
assemblage of Galets Dorés.

Bouteille Galets Dorés