The vines are all located on Visan land in the Vaucluse department, within the Papal Enclave.
The soil is a stony, clay-limestone mix. The Mediterranean climate is affected by the strong north wind, the Mistral.
In 1966, Visan was classed as Côtes du Rhône Village.
The Visan vineyard represents 419 hectares of AOC Côtes du Rhône Villages Visan.
Vines are found all over Valréas’ land in the Vaucluse department, within the Papal Enclave.
The land is made up of red clay terraces, some more stony than others.
The Mediterranean climate is altered by the Alpine winds.
AOC Côtes du Rhône Villages Valréas represents 479 hectares.