Vallée du Rhône, Côtes du Rhône,Châteauneuf-du-Pape,Côtes du Rhône Villages,0,Vin de France
Vallée du Rhône, Méditerranée,Saint-Joseph,Côtes du Rhône,Cornas,IGP Méditérranée,Côte-Rôtie,Condrieu
Owner of several hectares in the Rhône Valley, to the north in Cornas and Saint Péray and...
Domaine Ferme des Arnaud
Vallée du Rhône, Côtes du Rhône,Vacqueyras,Vin de France
The Domaine Ferme des Arnaud is a family vineyard that has been passed on for many years...
Domaine Font de Michelle
Vallée du Rhône, Côtes du Rhône,Côtes du Rhône Villages,Châteauneuf-du-Pape
Settled in this wonderful terroir since 1600, Domaine Font de Michelle is an estate...
Domaine Pierre Gaillard
Vallée du Rhône, Condrieu,Côte-Rôtie,Cornas,Côtes du Rhône,Saint-Joseph,0,Les collines Rhodaniennes
Pierre Gaillard's vines are located on steeply sloping soils that plunge...
Domaine de La Royère is a 33 hectare property managed by the Hugues family since 1988. On the hills of the Luberon foothills, we work a soil of sand and stones....Lire plus Learn more
The Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre grape varieties express their typical finesse. The red wines are partially matured in barrels. Rosés and whites are vinified at low temperature. Grenache blanc, Clairette and Roussanne are the basis of our blends in Luberon blanc. It is in this requirement of authenticity and elegance that our wines are made at the estate in Oppède.
Located in Oppède, on the banks of the Calavons, Domaine de la Royère is a 33 hectare vineyard in conversion to organic farming since 2017. The first labelled vintages will arrive in 2020. Although the first vintage dates back to 1988, the Hughes family has been running the estate for several generations. Women are in power in La Royère! Indeed, for more than thirty years Anne has been managing the estate. She is the founder of the association "Femmes Vignes Rhône". In 2018, Anne decided to pass the torch to her daughter Agnes Hughes. The same year, Agnès decided to enlarge the estate with the construction of a mill to press the olives from the trees planted on the farm.
At the beginning of 2017, Domaine de la Royère embarked on an organic conversion process. Since June 2019, the Royère has been expanding by opening a museum on olive oil for more information go to https://www.museehuiledolive.com/