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Domaine Grand Romane


Our old Clairette Blanche vines, planted in 1958, thrive on our cool terroirs at an altitude of 300m on north-facing hillsides with limestone marl soils from the Cretaceous period.


The vines are hand-harvested towards the end of September. This cuvée is entirely vinified in barrels, including 60% in barrels from various vintages, 20% in new oak, and 20% in large casks. It undergoes lees stirring and is aged on fine lees for 9 months.

Tasting notes

This wine is an exceptional rarety carried by the minerality and salinity of the Clairette; it unveils floral aromas of lime and acacia, intertwined with hints of grapefruit and anise. It delivers a persistent finish with a sapid freshness.

Terroirs d?Exception

Varietal composition

100% Clairette

Cellar potential

6 years


Serve chilled (12°C)

Food Pairing

A aged Comté cheese and pan-seared scallops with a light lemon-based sauce.

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