Southern Rhône


Our Southern Rhône Wineries


Chateau de la Font du loup

Located at one of the highest points in Châteaneuf-du-Pape, Château Font du Loup, which translates to 'fountain of the wolves', is named after the natural springs in the area where the wolves would come to drink. Font du Loup has been in the Melia family since 1942 and is now run by the extremely charming Anne Charlotte Mel ...

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Chateau Mas Neuf

The position of Château Mas Neuf, half way up the southern flank of the Costières de Nîmes is very special. The exposure to the sun is similar to that found in the Languedoc or Provence, but the proximity of lagoons and the Mediterranean Sea allows it to take advantage of warm sea breezes drifting up from the sea. This unexp ...

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Domaine Boisson

Domaine Boisson is owned by two brothers, Alain, who oversees the Cros de Romet property and Bruno, who is in charge of the Domaine Boisson cuvees. Bruno Boisson is a lot of fun but also a very skilled winemaker. He learnt wine making in Burgundy and then spent one year in Australia. Bruno is advised in the cellar by the famous Chateauneuf-du- ...

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Domaine Les Ondines

The estate, created in 2003, is located at the South part of Rhône Valley on the Sarrians’ Garrigue plateau. The 57.5 Ares offer 4 different appellations including 3 colors in Vacqueyras. In 2009 the estate became officially organic. The Terroir There is 7 Ares clay-limestone with rocks soil which allowed the Grenache grapes to ...

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Mas Saint Louis

The estate was established by Jean-Louis Geniest over a hundred years ago with some family land. Jean-Louis Geniest came from a long line of coopers from the Rhone valley known since the eighteenth century. His work was continued by his son Louis and grand son Jean, a prominent lawyer and doctor of law, and by Monique Geniest, his wife who now ...

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