Due to the surrounding forest and a hilly topography (200 to 300m), the climate of Provence Verte benefits
by colder temperatures in Winter and more contrasting in Summer, (hot days with fresher temperatures at night) than on the Mediterranean coast. The hills protect the vineyard from maritime influences and weakens the strength of the Mistral wind from the north, offering Château Margüi a micro-climate of exception.
Finally, the vineyard is located in the Natura 2000 Zone, guaranteeing an exceptional natural environment.
The wines produced are Ecocert Certified Organic, and have been since the vines were replanted in 1999.
The late but always balanced ripeness of the grapes brings to the wines signed Château Margüi a beautiful
freshness that gives them a harmonious composition.
The main grape varieties are Syrah, Grenache Noir, Cinsault, Cabernet-Sauvignon and Rolle. The range of wines consists of Coteaux-Varois-en-Provence, AOP recognized in 1993, and Vin de Pays du Var (IGP). The clay-limestone soils, the diversity of flora and the altitude (300m) give the vines, planted on
hillsides, a rich and pure terroir of sound origin for wines with great finesse.
The harvest of the 15 hectares of vineyards is done entirely by hand. The grapes are transported in crates and kept in a cold room for whites and rosés wines before being meticulously pressed.