The stone houses of medieval villages perched on their rocky hilltops; the cottages of the Pays de Grignan area sleepily resting in meadows, conjuring up the ancient image of a shepherd herding his flock or the farmer working his land; gourmet dining experiences introducing visitors to Tricastin truffles and Côtes du Rhône wines: the perfect combination of natural heritage and unique architecture, the Drôme Provençale and Ventoux areas consistently delight even the most demanding connoisseurs of Southern France. Located in Ménerbes, a heritage village in the Lubéron built on a rocky outcrop, Emile Garcin Drôme & Ventoux can open your eyes to a landscape of vineyards, sunflower meadows and lavender plants, all situated under the watchful gaze of the Dentelles de Montmirail mountains. Just imagine an elegant stone building dating back to the 16th century, its location charged with historical significance, with a handsome reception room boasting a fireplace and grandiose high ceilings. Or perhaps a farmhouse nestling on grounds adorned by truffle oaks, olive trees and large pine trees, concealing guest houses and stables. Or even an ancient château hidden among the vines, with a grand courtyard, fountains and a heated plunge pool. These are unique properties, with unparalleled facilities – cavernous living rooms, independent apartments, swimming pools and tennis courts – that will delight the most refined of tastes.