2018 is a beautiful vintage which nevertheless suffered from an incredibly rainy spring, resulting in an impressive attack of mildew.
Following the particularly rainy year 2018, this year we have found a more usual regional climate: feedback on the specificities of the past season.
We are making progress in the harvesting of our Gigondas vineyard. In the hills of Romane and La Machotte, the grape pickers are at work. Here are some details about the harvesting of our Clairettes.
The 2017 vintage was marked by drought and summer heat, suggesting very solar wines and slightly hard tannins. We are now at the end of the ageing process and we are rediscovering completely different, well-balanced and structured wine profiles. Discover the profile of the 2017 red wines.
This year again, we can speak of an unusual vintage. Click and discover the particularities of the 2018 vintage.
The harvest ends in Gigondas, the 2017 vintage gives us beautiful grapes, with a beautiful maturity, small fleshy berries, in a perfect state of health, and with an excellent potential...
The long-awaited 2015 vintage is finaly available for most of our cuvées.
2016 seems to be a very beautiful vintage in our vineyards. We took advantage of it to shoot a video.
Thursday, october 16th 2008 The last cuts of secateurs has been given this afternoon, in the heights of Romane. The vintage 2008 is characterized by a rainy May which asked…
Due to an autumn and a winter soft and dry and a rainy April, vines growth start earlier. Summer was relatively dry and warm (with cool nights in August facilitating…