The Côtes du Rhône vineyard is one of the oldest in France.
More than two thousand years ago, Vienna was a prestigeous metropolis and first planted vineyards there.
The idea which differentiates Nothern from Southern Vineyards dates back to the XII th century.
The reputation of wines largely overstepping regional limits, a royal edict in 1729 respecified the demarcation and instituted marking of casks with the letters " C.D.R. ".
The Côtes du Rhône wines finally attained official recognition from the INAO in 1937 thanks to Baron Le Roy de Boiseaumarié.
Mainly Grenache, then Cinsault and Syrah.
The vineyards of “Belleruche” rosé are located
on old fluvioglacial terraces, on the right bank
of the Rhône.
The soil is composed of sand and clay.
Grapes are pressed directly without
any maceration. Then the must is separated
whilst still cold. The alcoholic fermentation
is performed for about 20 days and
the temperature is regulated around 15°C.
The wine is aged in vats and is bottled
at the end of winter.