"True and reliable "... this is the noble motto of Sablet.
Built on a sandy hillock, Sablet reaches its highest point at 218 meters. It’s a lovely and typical village, with its fountains, its old alleys, its houses squeezed in concentric curves around the church steeple, all of it encircled by ramparts and seven XIV th century towers.
Sablet overlooks its whole territory, a verdant criss-cross of vineyards which cultivation dates back remote times. In 23 B.C., Pliny used to glorify the virtues of wines coming from hillsides running alongside the Ouvèze river, of with Sablet territory was most naturally part.