Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer countries (Africa, South East Asia and South America) Grasse remains, in the social imagination, the fleuron of the contemporary French perfumery, since both cultivation practices and extraction techniques are closely linked to its history. Until then, these multigenerational fries have been little valued at their fair value. Thus, since the beginning of the 20th century, we have seen an acceleration in the development of this heritage that is quite remarkable for us to be interested in it and to reflect on it.