Vignobles de la vallée du Rhône

Rhône Valley AOC wines

Terroirs, soils, climate, grape varieties, aromas: discover the Rhône vineyards as if you were visiting in person.

Vignoble Clairette de Bellegarde

Rhône Valley AOC wines

AOC Clairette de Bellegarde

A quite confidential white wine.
A small handful of winegrowers continue to grow this relatively unsung but highly expressive varietal.

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Vignoble Clairette de Bellegarde

AOC Costières de Nîmes

With vines stretching as far as the Roman city from which they take their name, the Costières de Nîmes appellation vineyards provide a graceful transition from Provence to the Camargue.

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AOC Côte du Vivarais

Produced in the southern part of Ardèche, in a bucolic setting where vines grow peaceably alongside olive trees and holm oak, Côtes du Vivarais wines are a perfect reflection of their terroir: rugged yet warm-hearted. 

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AOC Duché d'Uzès

Made in the cool of the Cévennes, but with a fiery southern character and identity, Duché d’Uzès wines are light and very precisely crafted.

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AOC Grignan-les-Adhémar

Planted on land long famed for its truffles, amid fields of lavender and thyme interspersed with olive groves, the Grignan-les-Adhémar vines soak up the scents and flavours of Provence, distilled by the Drôme sunshine.

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AOC Luberon

The vineyards grow in the surroundings of the Luberon Natural Regional Park, part of UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves. 

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AOC Ventoux

The wines of Ventoux grow in a protected terroir with exceptional levels of biodiversity. The Mont Ventoux area has been listed as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1990.
The vineyards are worked in harmony with nature and with respect for the region’s historical and cultural heritage.

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AOC Clairette de Die

Clairette de Die has since grown to be one of the Drôme Valley’s natural treasures. As well as being the oldest appellation in the Diois, it is also the best known.

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AOC Crémant de Die

The mountain vineyards of the Diois are some of the highest in France, rising to altitudes of 400 metres and more (some vines are located 700 m. altitude), and nestling in the foothills of the Vercors on the slopes of the southern Subalpine chains, eroded by the Drôme river and its tributaries.

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AOC Coteaux de Die

The mountain vineyards of the Diois are some of the highest in France, rising to altitudes of 400 metres and more (some vines are located 700 m. altitude), and nestling in the foothills of the Vercors on the slopes of the southern Subalpine chains, eroded by the Drôme river and its tributaries.

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AOC Châtillon-en-Diois

The mountain vineyards of the Diois are some of the highest in France, rising to altitudes of 400 metres and more (some vines are located 700 m. altitude), and nestling in the foothills of the Vercors on the slopes of the southern Subalpine chains, eroded by the Drôme river and its tributaries.

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Vignoble Châtillon en Diois

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