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...
The estate consists of around thirty parcels spread over 8 hectares where the Syrah grape varieties are mainly cultivated (98%) and Viognier for the rest. The vines of the estate are mainly....Lire plus Learn more
The estate consists of around thirty parcels spread over 8 hectares where the Syrah grape varieties are mainly cultivated (98%) and Viognier for the rest. The estate's vines are mainly located on the famous "Côte Brune" of Côte-Rôtie with schist and iron oxide soils, while those of the "Côte Blonde", located to the south of the appellation, grow on more degraded rocks with finer soils. This majority of brown terroirs brings complexity and a beautiful natural ageing potential. Some slopes are very steep and exceed 60% of slope with a south/southeast exposure. As for the Condrieu, it develops on the granitic terroirs of Saint-Michel sur Rhône, allowing it to express the aromatic complexity of Viognier while preserving its minerality, freshness and balance.
The estate was created in 1976 by my grandfather André Drevon. In 1980, André and his son Louis created "Le Gaec de Syrah", the former name of the estate that would become the Domaine des Rosiers in reference to the place called "Rozier" on which a large part of the estate's vines are planted. I took over the estate from my grandfather and uncle and continue to write its history, in particular by extending the range of our Côte-Rôtie wines and by producing in the Condrieu appellation because today 16,000 square metres of vines are dedicated to it.
You don't become a winegrower overnight, it's a long-term process. My passion for wine began at a very young age. When I saw my grandfather and uncle working on the estate, it always interested me and I liked helping them. They made me want to take over the family estate in order to continue to write its beautiful story.
My oldest memory was my first harvest with my grandfather. They will remain engraved in my memory, because it was at that moment that I realized that I wanted to become a winegrower. My main motivation today is to continue to develop our estate but also to produce wines worthy of a job well done.