Soil type: Schist
Altitude: from 150 to 350 metres

Varietal range: 60% Roussanne
25% Vermentino
15% Grenache blanc

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The name: The cistus or rock rose (‘Cistus’ in Latin) is one of our environment’s iconic plants. It can be pink or white and defines the landscape in May.

Winemaking: Harvesting by hand during the coolest hours of the morning. The Roussanne is fermented and matured in 500-litre barrels.

Tasting notes: Nose of white fruits and white flowers. The palate is silky and elegant with abundant freshness.

Food pairings: Cistus can be enjoyed as an aperitif or with cooked fish, salmon, scallops, sweetbreads and pelardon goat’s cheese.

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