The land is divided in different parcels, arranged in a spiral surrounding the town of Domazan, from the Signargues plateau (Villafranchian pebble terrace), up to the valley of Théziers (clay-limestone).
The pebbles facilitate the restitution of the heat to the vine at night and to preserve moisture in the soil, giving the wines an unparalleled quality. It’s from the same geological source as Chateauneuf-du-Pape. A former basin of the Rhone, which brought these pebbles from the Alps. Signargues opens the valley from Crus de Tavel to Beaume de Venise.
"The region between Avignon and the Pont du Gard has two sources of premium Côtes du Rhône, Estézargues and Domazan." (DECANTER, March 2004)
In the field we grow syrah, grenache, carignan, cinsault, counoise for red wines. White wines are made from grenache and roussane. The parcels are mostly of a single variety. Each of them proposes its own wind and sun orientation specificity, its own soil type, hydrometry, tilt, and the wines, with different ages and varieties.