LVT 2015 r 2015 rosé A serious address. Properly structured, well-made red wines that help the name of Chusclan. It stands in a striking setting, is Swiss-owned. The Chusclan rosé Cuvée Or is light, enjoyable.
LVT 2010 r Have some very old Grenache and Clairette. 2010 Chusclan Héritage red from old vines very good. Also have a holiday cottage, a gîte.
LVT 2015 r 2015 wh 2015 rosé Gilles is 5th generation, his father being the President of the Cave de Chusclan from 1979 to 2000. He bottles the wine from 3 hectares of his 14 hectare vineyard, and the rest of the crop goes to the Co-operative. The style is for fresh wines, which he achieves with the vat-raised La Romance red. The domaine has been organic from the 2012 vintage.
LVT 2015 r 2015 wh 2015 rosé Formed in 2008 out of necessity, with falling sales all around the region's Co-operatives. The Cave des Vignerons de Laudun was formed in 1925, the Cave de Chusclan in 1939. The move has paid off, with the new business now on a more secure footing, and the wines ranging from reliable to good. There are 200 Co-operateurs, half of whom account for 95% of the wine. The style is for fresh, accessible drinking, with good whites and rosés, too. The red Chuscaln Excellence, based on old vines, was a ***(*) w.o.w. wine in 2015. Among the whites, the 2015 Laudun Terra Vitae was a fresh *** wine. At 1,500 hectolitres, this is a large producer of white wines, for which Northern Rhône grape varieties – Marsanne, Viognier, Roussanne – were planted as a policy from the mid-1990s. There are 2,750 hectares of vineyards out of a total area possible to cultivate of 3,000 hectares.