18 communes situated in the Gard : Aspères, Brouzet-les-Quissac, Calvisson,Carnas, Crespian, Fontanès, Gailhan, Junas, Langlade, Lecques, Montmirat, Nimes, Salinelles, Saint-Clément, Sardan, Sommières, Souvignargues, Vic le Fesc.
The red wines may be made up from these five grape varieties: Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Carignan, Cinsault and matured for at least 15 months. The main varieties must be Syrah and Grenache (making up a minimum of 50% of the whole).
- Yield : maximum yield is fixed at 45hl/ha
- Young vines entering production
- Vineyard management
Wines may only be released for consumption after maturing for a period which finishes at the earliest on 1 December of the year following the harvest.