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.
Mainly made of Marsanne.
Marsanne. Vines are around 40 years old.
The House of Chapoutier is a winemaker and producer of the finest Rhône Valley appellations. From the Côte-Rôtie, through l'Hermitage, down to the Côtes du Rhône, our aim is to offer you the best portrait of the terroir.
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