Independent community area in the department Gard in the southern French appellation Cotes du Rhone-Villages (see the AOC regulations there). The area is very steeped in history, here the Romans already practiced wine. Archaeologists found a double-faced statue with the faces of the wine god in this area Bacchus and by Ariadne, which is exhibited at the Louvre in Paris today. The place went down in history in 736 after a victory by Charles Martell (688-741) against the Saracens. The name has also been allowed to appear on red wines since 2004 label be cited. The vineyards at around 150 meters above sea level cover 650 hectares of vineyards in the four municipalities of Domazan, Estézargues, Rochefort du Gard and Saze.