Luberon has a prime spot for grape growing: a Mediterranean climate, diurnal temperature swings; and a locale that sits right in the middle of the southern Rhône and Provence.
The sunbathed vineyards sit between 250 and 400 meters on the steep slopes where the grapes can fully ripen. All of the wines display a certain freshness that can be traced to the area.
Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre make up their rosé and red wines.
Rosés account for over 40 percent of the wines made, and have strawberry and cranberry aromas and flavors.
The red blends display black berries and spice with a balanced structure. White grapes include Vermentino, Clairette, and Viognier, and can taste like a stone fruit salad with honey and toast.