Since 1967, Cellier des Dauphins is a union of traditional small houses. Centuries before, its original land belonged to the Dauphiné, territory then given in appanage (a provision made for the maintenance of young children of kings and princes) to the Dauphin of France. For over fifty years it is recognised and praised for reliable good-value wines and is a mark of confidence approved by an audience appreciating its originality and constancy.
With vineyards that stretches over more than 1,000 hectares certified in Organic Farming, Cellier des Dauphins is an committed practitioner of organic farming in the Rhone Valley. Each vintage is tailor-made thanks to a strict selection of parcels and a demanding specification, giving an elegant wine collection, rich in organoleptic richness.
Founded in the twelfth century by Tiburge II, widow of Bertrand Baux, Prince of Orange, the Nuns Cirsterciennes Abbey in 1434 has become dependent Priory of Aiguebelle, College of Comtat Venaissin until 1791 and then spinning silk. These beautiful stones have withstood many tests before the vineyards of Cotes du Rhone not give their lives. The Cellier de l'Abbaye de Bouchet was born of their desire to discover all lovers of fine wines the best wines of the Rhone Valley who were selected with rigor and high in the impressive cellar aging beauty vaults.
Plateau with predominant chalky soil.
Vivid wine full of freshness, good balance characterised by the delicacy of its bubbles. To be consumed before meal, alone or in cocktail, serving temperature: 6-8°C.