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Domaine du Rocher des Dames has been a family estate for four generations. The Bernard family cultivates 10 hectares of vines on hillsides on sandy Miocene soils for the Beaumes de Venise cru.Lire plus Learn more
Domaine du Rocher des Dames has been a family estate for four generations. The Bernard family cultivates 10 hectares of vines on hillsides on sandy Miocene soils for the Beaumes de Venise cru.
We were fortunate to have lived with our parents, grandparents and great-grandparents who passed on the secret: "to enjoy working with quality products". We try every day not to disappoint them. To further improve this spirit of sharing and transmission, we opened guest rooms in 2000.
In a cooperative structure on a human scale located in the commune of Gigondas, we entrust our Rouge and Muscat to design our vintages at Domaine le Rocher des Dames. Passionate men allow us to realize our dream: from working the vines to tasting our wines with wine lovers, my oldest memory of wine goes back to Christmas meals. Having a winegrowing family, the table was furnished with bottles. Each of our parents would in turn stand up and explain how they made each wine with very technical terms. As children, we looked at them with wide eyes full of admiration but also of misunderstanding! I remember people who were cheerful, happy, and proud. Their approach was very qualitative in order to produce the best possible wine, the marketing stage being secondary. What I regret today in our profession is that trade has taken a very important part in the life of a winegrower. I consider myself very lucky to produce Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, it is an exceptional vineyard with a thousand-year history that touches me and speaks for itself. To this day, we are still trying to find traces of those Greeks and Romans who marked the past of this land. The soil is quite particular because it comes from the Miocene on small, gravelly slopes. But I prefer to let you discover all this by yourself because everyone is welcome at the Ladies' Rock! Come and see the soil, touch the grapes, smell its aromas... you will understand why the Beaumes de Venise terroir is so precious!