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It is at the foot of a small village in the Drôme Provençale that you will discover the Domaine des Rosier. Surrounded by vineyards and lavender, the family farm hides in its heart, vats and barrels in the heart of the...Lire plus Learn more
It is at the foot of a small village in the Drôme Provençale that you will discover the Domaine des Rosier. Surrounded by vines and lavender, the family farm hides in its heart, vats and barrels in which the wines rest before offering us an explosion of flavours.
It was in the mid-1950s that Paul Rosier arrived at the estate, which was used as a farmer by the owners of the time. His son, Jean-Claude, acquired the house and ten hectares of vines he cultivated. Ambitious and passionate, Bruno Rosier, Paul's grandson, has been living on the farm since 1990. It is within the estate itself that he works his vines and wines to the delight of our taste buds. Concerned not to follow the trend of "bio business" he cultivates his vines in a rational way with the wish to help the plants to protect themselves. Respectful of the environment, he also cultivates lavender, whose straw is sown at the foot of the vines, helping to maintain biodiversity within the vineyard.
Today, 30 hectares of vines, shared between Viognier, Syrah, Carignan noir, Grenache noir et blanc, Roussanne, Marsanne and Marselan, are used to create the wines that you are cordially invited to taste.