A mosaic of grape varieties, including Chardonnay, Roussanne, Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, Viognier, Sauvignon Gris and Marsanne, as well as Merlot, Cabernets, Pinot, Syrah, Grenache Noir and Carignan, enables winemakers to get the most out of the estate’s very diverse soils, which are irrigated naturally by three springs. The reasonably cool local microclimate and the soil’s moisture retention give the Château’s wines rare freshness and delicacy. These conditions are perfect for producing great white wines. The region’s grape varieties are grown on hill-side vines and enable us to produce wines under the “AOP Corbières” controlled designation of origin certification. This is at the heart of our identity. Our range’s Domaine Haut Gléon wines have a small secret appellation: the “IGP Vallée du Paradis” protected geographical indication, which is characterised by a long-insulated area that is still especially protected today, enabling a long maturation process that supports the production of high-quality wines.