In the Gervanne country
AOC Coteaux de Die
This still, dry white wine is produced in relatively small quantities with the clairette variety of grape and have the AOC label. It is produced on hillsides of rocky limestone.
This wine reveals floral and fruity aromas of green apple, aniseed, quince and peach with a golden “robe” and green tints.
Saint Pancrace is the sacred mountain of the district of Suze and reaches 735m. The views to the Gervanne Valley are exceptional and the area has long been populated for centuries as the finds of Gaul coins show. The Romans had an observation point here or place of worship which was christianized when a chapel was built in Medieval times.