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Luxury Hotel in Luberon

Perched on a hill in the heart of the Luberon, Werner and Carmen Wunderli invite you to discover with the Coquillade Village a dream place in the heart of the 34 hectares of the Aureto vineyard,...


Hotel between Gigondas and Rasteau

Benoît Baudry welcomes you in the village of Séguret, classified among the most beautiful villages in France, at the hotel*** of the Domaine Cabasse, located at the foot of the Dentelles...

Le Puy Sainte Réparade

Sleep in a Château a few minutes from Aix en Provence

A magnificent Provençal bastide welcomes you in the middle of vineyards and a park. Luxury and charm will be the spirit of your stay at the estate in AOC Coteaux d'Aix en Provence....


Gîte in the Luberon vineyards

In the heart of the Luberon, François Busi, the winemaker of Domaine Alloïs, located between the village of Gordes and the towns of Manosque and Forcalquier, has built a small family...


Gîte 15 people on the south of the Rhone Valley

Sébastien, Christophe and Hélène Jaume, the new generation of the house Alain Jaume, receive in Sarrians, village of Vaucluse at the epicentre of the prestigious appellations of...


B&B in AOC Ventoux

Geneviève Marchesi receives at the Mas de Plein Pagnier, an estate in the Rhône Valley (AOC Ventoux) certified in organic farming since 1991 and in biodynamics since 2010. The...


Gîte ay the feet of the Mont Ventoux

Cerise and Marc Boulon left Paris for the Domaine de Mas Caron, an organic estate in the Rhône Valley in AOC Ventoux. The accommodation offer consists of two renovated cottages for 6 and 8...

At the birth of the AOC

The Rhone Valley saw arriving the first AOC in 1933 (legalized in 1947 after the 2nd world war) that are Châteauneuf du Pape (and maybe also Tavel who knows...). A step forward in the wine industry that enhanced the specificities of a wine area, its grapes, its techinques, traditions etc etc. The Rhône Valley is also one of the oldest vineyard which saw settling the Romans on this land and who built magnificient gallo-roman villas, some vestiges are still visible and accessible nowadays. Later on Popes, wine amateurs, will choose the region as their base and will contribute to the wine rising in France.  

70 365 ha   28 appellations 16 Crus

250 kms from north to south along the Rhône river. 250 villages on 6 counties. From the city of Vienne to the Luberon (east of Avignon), the Rhône Valley stretches benefiting from the protection of the Alpes and the Massif Central and from the Mediterranean coast a few kilometers away.  

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Divided into 2 disctinct areas that are The northern Rhône Valley (called septentrionale in french) at the north of Valence having sometimes very steep soils out of granite and schists and the Southern Rhône Valley (méridionale in french) on the south of Montélimar having argile-clay soils with commonly called galets roulés.
On the north 8 crus : 
Côte-Rôtie (reds), Condrieu (white), Château-Grillet (white), Saint-Joseph, Crozes-Hermitage, Hermitage, Cornas (red) and Saint-Peray mainly produced out of Syrah for red and Marsanne, Roussane and Viognier for whites. 
On the south 8 Crus : Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas (red or rosé), Vacqueyras, Beaumes de Venise, Vinsobres, Rasteau, Lirac and Tavel mainly produced out of Grenache for red and Marsanne and Roussane for whites. 

Mainly producer of full bodied and fruity red wines which reflect the terroir and the climate of the region. A small production of white wines with caracter, fruity and sometimes with notes of honey. 10% of the vineyard is classified organic. More on the south you will find rosés, sparkling and sweet wines.

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Cochonailles, quenelles lyonnaises, nougat of Montélimar, praline pie, cervelle de canut (salted fromage blanc), ravioles... 

Crossing the Wine Roads of the Rhône Valley is being surprised by its geography (its hills, its steep vineyards; its river always around the corner...), is to discover a region with many particularities sometimes in the city, in villages, sometimes with alpine spirit or provencal spirit, but it is also tasting all those delicious food and wine pleasures in little bistrots or bouchons as it is called here or of course directly at the wine estate where you are staying at! Fly out!  


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