In the early twentieth century, a handful of farmers started to join forces.
In 1967, the Vignerons Ardéchois built together their first winery, a shared facility where efficiency and solidarity were working hand in hand. The values that unite Vignerons Ardéchois are the solidarity, the commitment, and the respect of traditions — but most of all is the passion of these men and women who are deeply attached to their land. 

The vineyard of the Côtes du Rhône bottling is located along the Rhône Valley, a land of pebbles, poor and stony terroir that limit yields and allow the soil to give the sun heat back at night to the vines. The red varietals (Syrah, Grenache) grown here reach full maturity to offer ripe fruit and complex wines.


2017 AOP Côtes du Rhône Vignerons Ardéchois Bio

Produced on plots that have been converted into organic farming for more than 3 years, the wine is a blend of Grenache and Syrah  and vinified with native yeasts.  This is a Côtes du Rhône with bright fruit, finesse and elegance.