Saint-Péray

FRANCE - Vallée du Rhône

This 62 ha vineyard of rugged hills of granite overlaid with silt, loess and limestone debris stretches on the two communes of Saint-Péray and Toulaud in the Ardèche department.
In 1825, a cellar master from Champagne was invited in the region and, in 1829, the cork from the first bottle of sparkling Saint-Péray was popped
In this appellation, some still wine is also produced, made with the Marsanne grape variety.


Les Tanneurs
100% of Marsanne.

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Lieu-dit Hongrie
Marsanne

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Lieu-dit Payrolles - Pic & Chapoutier
Marsanne.

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Saint-Péray Pic & Chapoutier
Marsanne 100%

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