The name of Domaine Sarrins pulls its origin of the word "Saracens". In 11th century, a leader Saracen killed during one of the numerous raids led towards the hinterland would have been buried there - according to the local legend - "dressed in his golden armor". After their retreat, the name grew shorter, over the centuries, in "Les Sarrins". Covering 22 ha, the vineyard of Domaine des Sarrins is situated in Saint Antonin du Var. Acquired in 1995, the implanted vines were of Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre. These old vines were kept but some Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignan and Ugni Blanc were crashed for the production of local wine. Wines of Château des Sarrins are in naming Côtes de Provence and produced 70% of rosé wines, 10% of red wines and 20% of White wines.