Domaine Monastrel

The vines are planted on the south-eastern slopes of the Serre d’Oupia, the first foothills of the Black Mountain (300 metres above sea level).

Millennia of erosion have created gentle slopes formed of limestone scree at the foot of the Serre. These are gravel soils, deep and well-drained.

The climate is favourable to late grape varieties such as Mourvèdre.

Gravel and sandstone soils, ancient alluvial deposits of the river Cesse. Terraces and pebbly slopes facing south, south-east.

Domaine Monastrel is engaged in organic farming.