Narbo Martius is a range of wines from the Coteaux de Narbonne appellation, a tribute to this city and its rich heritage. Its strategic location between Spain and Italy makes « Narbo Martius » the oldest Roman colony in France, to which Narbonne still owes the nickname of « first daughter of Rome outside of Italy ». Its position between land and sea has made it a privileged terroir for winegrowing for more than two thousand years. The vineyard is exposed to a typically Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers and mild winters. It’s a terroir surrounded by mountains, pinewood, garrigue and vines on which the Tramontane wind blows frequently.