Roc d'Anglade is located in Langlade in the Guard. The village of Langlade has a Grand Cru wine tradition. In the 19th century, before the destruction of the vineyard by phylloxera, the village of 650 inhabitants counted 165 winegrowers and 625 hectares of vines. Roc d'Anglade was created in 1999 and became the third property of the modern Cru era. The vines, grown organically by Rémy and Martine Pédréno, spreads over 7.5 hectares. The terroir is made of clay-siliceous on limestone marls, facing due north.