The wine
A huge rock atop the Hill overlooks Notre Dame d’Aubune Chapel. Legend tells us that it was marked by the claws of the devil who wanted to destroy the chapel. He is said to have ripped the rock out of the hill and thrown it down the steep slope. However, it was stopped by the Virgin Mary, and has remained on the brink of the precipice to this day: a danger made harmless.
La Pierre du Diable is made from grapes grown on three different types of soil, which explain its unique personality and suave flavour: hills with light sandy soil, slopes with zaffer, a mix of sandstone and sand sediment, and a terrace of fallen rocks propitious to winegrowing.
The grapes are cooled to retain their colour and fresh fruit aromas. They undergo a short maceration before pressing. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats. The wine is aged in vat for a short while before bottling.


Tasting notes
Fresh and elegant white wine characterized by remarkable notes of citrus fruits. On the palate, it is suave, light and fresh.
Food pairing
Perfect with grilled white fish, escabeches and soft cheeses.