Different grape varieties are cultivated in the Vinzel, Begnins and Gilly "communes", but the Cave des Rossillonnes' prized wine is the Chasselas.
Martial Besson cultivates in Vinzel because the terroir is very favourable. The soil is relatively light and more gravelly than that of the other communes in the region, which gives a Chasselas of excellent quality and makes it the speciality of the estate.
In Begnins, mostly red wines are grown because the land is deeper and allows the production of wines that stand out for their structure such as Gamaret, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Gamay. The region of Gilly is also a red-type of soil and Pinot Noir is cultivated there.