• In the vineyard - Weather
  • harvests
  • style of the wines
  • Warm and humid weather during winter encouraged an early start of the vegetation. Vine growth continued serenely thanks to a mild and dry spring. Good weather conditions and low levels of coulure during flowering suggested better yields for this vintage. The above-average rainfall in July and August slowed down the véraison (noted on the 5th of August) and stimulated grass growth which required intensive tillage. Summery weather conditions returned progressively and lasted until harvest.
  • Harvest took place from Monday 15th to Thursday 18th of September.
    The harvest volume almost doubled compared to the 2013 vintage, thanks largely to the cultivation practices, which have been implemented in the vineyard for several years now (ploughing, organic and biodynamic cultures…).
  • The 2014 follows the elegant line of the two previous vintages.
    The 2014 Côtes-du-Rhône displays a beautiful pale-yellow colour. The nose is fresh and fruity. On the palate, the wine is well-rounded and charming.