The area is Languedoc-Roussillon, South of France. An area where, as Gnaeus Domitius Enobarbus, Roman consul in Gaul, said, 'stones, drought and wind reign'. Here lies the Domaine de la Grange, in the commune of Saint Jean de Barrou. A 36-hectare, family-run property, entirely managed in sustainable agriculture. Manual harvesting, respecting traditions, and plants with an average age of 15-25 years. A maritime terroir, the estate's vineyards enjoy very special climatic conditions, thanks to the beneficial effect of refreshing sea breezes. These, combined with the dry soils, predominantly clayey-calcareous in nature and rich in minerals, make it possible to obtain grapes characterised by splendid concentrations.