This vineyard was replanted after the phylloxera epidemic and has been worked continuously ever since. It is the only one of our vineyards where the vines are pruned in bush vines, each over 65 years old. The age of these vines and the characteristics of the soil mean the production is very limited yet the quality is exceptional. The majority of the roots of these vines go down more than 8 metres.
More than 4,500 vines of Red Grenache and 1,600 of Carignan cover nearly 3 hectares of three steep slopes.
The modern translation of this vineyard’s name would be “the mirrors” and the meaning is related to the visual effect which happens after rain when the sun’s rays are reflected upon the stony slate soil, known as “LLicorella”.