With 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, an annual rainfall of 600 to 800 mm and 50 windy days per year (over 50 km/h) Château de Berne boasts an environment particularly conducive to wine growing. The cool evenings of the Haut Var (northern part of the Var) ensure slow and optimal grape ripening. The grape harvest therefore takes place later than on the coast (generally from mid-September onwards). Our Rosés mature slowly, to produce well-structured, full-bodied wines that pair particularly well with contemporary cuisine. Measuring 330 acres, the Château de Berne terroir is situated on the Triassic Plateau, resting on a chalky bed dating back to the lower and middle Jurassic ages. Château de Berne regularly uses around ten grape varieties to blend its wines: Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Sémillon, Ugni-Blanc, Viognier, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan, Rolle and Mourvèdre.