Signposted winemaker's trail departing from the Lablachère wine cooperative. There is a large board presenting the itinerary at the car park. This path will lead you through the vineyards planted on terraces where Chatus, the emblematic grape variety of the region, is grown. It produces a full-bodied, characteristic and powerful wine matured in oak casks which is suitable for laying down. You will recognise the Chatus vineyards in the autumn by the purple shades of the vine leaves. You will also see "faïsses" (terraces) with their dry-stone walls, where vineyards, olive trees and chestnut trees are grown and the streams and springs used to provide water for gardens during the last century. You will make your way through the vineyards, the villages with their large stone "bastides" (farmhouses), cross small bridges and discover the view over the surrounding villages, Sampson Rock, and the Tanargue Mountain. This itinerary has no particular difficulties and can be followed by all. After you have completed it, you will be welcome at the Cooperative winery where you will be able to taste a glass of wine made with grapes from the vineyards you have just passed through.