Domaine de Grangeneuve (rosé)
Grignan les Adhémar
In 1964, Odette & Henri Bour created the Domaine de Grangeneuve. Winegrowers for many generations in Algeria, they finally chose the north of the north of the appellation, in the heart of the Rhône Valley, where there was hardly any vine at the time. In 1974, a wine cellar completes the job so that the wines are to promote the soil and the efforts undertaken in viticulture.
Cotes du Rhone “Samorens” rosé
Cold settling for 24 hours. Fermentation lasts for 15 days at a temperature between 15 and 19°C.
As the vineyards are situated on the right bank of the Rhône, the alluvial soils is limestone, sand, pebbles and clay.
As an aperitif, with starters, delicatessen meats, grills, paella, Mediterranean dishes.
Clairette de Die Cuvée Impériale Rosé
CLAIRETTE DE DIE
The Clairette de Die Appellation is made up of small plots of vines with clayey-calcareous soil, scattered along the slopes of the Drôme Valley. Sheltered by the soaring Vercors mountain to the north, the vineyards-even those at 700 metres-benefits from exceptional climatic conditions, with around 300 days of sunshine a year. The winegrowers of Jaillance carefully tend their vines all year round before handpicking the grapes.