The Château du Rouët is situated , at the foot of the red rock mountains, which are part of the Estérel mountain- range, nearby the Roman town of Fréjus.
Since its origin, the Vineyard, which has been established in fire- trenches, has contributed to the protection of the surrounding forest and is situated in an exceptional site.
The vines set between the Gorges de Pennafort and The Gorges du Blavet, are spread out on 70 hectares of preserved area, classed as Natura 2000.Surrounded by a remarkable forest of sequoias, cedars, palm trees, bambus, cork oaks and pine trees, the essence of the mediterranean forest, the vines are planted in fire trenches.
This vineyard is situated on a permian substratum of sandstone, which is covered with the fallen rocks of permian rhyolites or alluviums, generally of local origine. The vines are oriented towards the South and benefit of the Mistral as well as the breeze from the seaside.
Here are a list of their wines: