Narbo Martius is a range of wines from the Coteaux de Narbonne appellation, atribute to the city and its rich heritage. Its strategic location between Spain and Italy makes «NarboMartius» 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.