The most important grape variety is the Grenache, of which half of our stock consists, followed by about 20% of Carignan, the original variety of this region. The Syrah has only been planted in
this region in the 70s. Its share is as well about 20%. The remaining 10% consist mainly of the autochthonal variety Lladoner Pelut as well as a bit of Mourvèdre.
The complexity of the wines not only comes from the different varieties, but also very much from the various soils and microclimates. About half of the vines around Maury is rooted in meagre schist soil. The other half can be found on higher located granite and gneiss soils in Cassagne, Caramany and Rasiguères, and on the Terra Rossa soils around Latour de France respectively.