Pinot <Noir au Clos du Curé

On these SSW-facing slopes, on terraces sometimes no more than 5 metres wide, we planted the grape varieties that make the kind of wines we like. Our Pinot Noir grows on the limestone soil at the top of the hill on a plot that was formerly reserved for use by the parish priest of Olargues and is called the “Clos du Curé”.
  Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Côt grow on the mainly limestone terraces that rise up behind the house on a plot called “Les Echelles de Lisson”.  
Les Echelles, climbing uphill
  Mourvèdre behind the house   Mourvèdre, Merlot and Petit Verdot also grow behind the house, but on schistose soil, as well in the place named “La Serre de Fenouillède” on a marvellously protected, amphitheatre-shaped plot called “Le Clos des Cèdres”.