In between some of the vine rows wild leeks grow.Locally known as Madrigon, they have taste a little bit more oniony than a domestic leek.
I steam them for about four minutes. They are smaller than a domestic leek and ideally about the thickness of a finger. Any bigger and they get tough.
Delicious! Visitors at this time of year are welcome to harvest their own.
Sue Temperley writes the Wine and Wildlife blog.