Whether you are into “natural wine” or not, La Roche Buissière’s results make for delicious drinking. They are located north of Vaison- La-Romaine, in-between Provence and the foothills of the Alps; their 18 hectares vineyards are planted with Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. They are between 300 and 450 metres above sea level, which provides them with the freshness of the hills and the sun of the South. The soils are calcareous clay of varied texture: marl, sand or silt. This diversity is a valuable asset, bringing originality and complexity to the wines. During vinification they use natural yeasts; they don’t filter or fine, preferring to allow the wine to settle naturally; at no stage is sulphur used. These natural practices provide a true expression of terroir within each vintage.