Chemins Vignerons

When an incoming tourist agency meet a wine expert

chemins-vignerons springtime in Languedoc Châteauneuf du Pape in winter At the winery Gigondas : terroir of Romane Machotte Wine tour with a group at Saint Christol terroir Tavel in october Wine tasting Enjoying life in Aix en Provence Sablet a nice village in the Rhône valley Magical underground cellar Roof at Mèze (Languedoc) Pebbles at Châteauneuf du Pape

Domaine Saladin – Côtes du Rhône and Côtes du Rhône Village AOC

domaine.saladin@wanadoo.fr

Domaine Saladin, in Côtes du Rhône, has been a family run company since the 15th Century. Today, the daughters of Louis and Annick Saladin have joined the family adventure. Marie-Laurence, 28 years old, is graduated from an agriculture college and Elisabeth, 26, is gratuated from a Business school. Both have worked with several winemakers : Marcel Guigal and Marcel in France, Randall Grahm in California, Michel Rolland in Argentina, Philippe Debrus in Chile…

Their entire production is soon to be certified organic. The vinification is done by "micro-cuvées", terroir by terroir and the wines are natural. This “Côtes du Rhône” vineyard is planted with Rhone Valley grapes varieties : Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Carignan, Viognier, Marsanne, Bourboulenc, Grenache blanc and Clairette.chaud

The terroirs of Saint Marcel d’Ardèche : La Chaveyron, Les Esqueyrades and Haut Brissan have been cultivated for 20 generations by the Saladin family, in the respect of the vine and the ground, without weeding, pesticides or insecticides.

The white Per EL : Côtes du Rhône Villages Blanc 2007.Clairette rose –Marsanne – Grenache Blc – Viognier –Bourboulenc

The rosé Tralala : Côtes du Rhône Rosé 2006. 60% Cinsault – 20% Grenache – 10% Syrah – 5% Carignan – 5% Clairette rose

The reds LoÏ : Côtes du Rhône Rouge 2005. 70% Grenache noir – 10% Carignan – 15% Syrah – 5% Bourboulenc

Côtes du Rhône Villages Rouge 2006 Fan dé Lune. 40% Mourvèdre – 30% Syrah – 30% Grenache

Côtes du Rhône Villages Rouge 2005 Chaveyran 1422. 85% Syrah – Viognier – 15% Mourvèdre

Côtes du Rhône Villages Rouge 2005 Haut Brissan. Pure Grenache noir

if you’re able to understand french please go to :

http://www.vivolta.com/cuisine/tendances/le-vin-francais-depasse-par-la-concurrence-2.html

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