LVT 2018 r 2015 wh 2015 rosé Improving wines at a well-run Co-operative, that accounts for 70%+ of all Vinsobres, a good address if you stick to the non-oaked Vinsobres reds, including the organic Origine, which is VALUE. There are links with the Cellier des Dauphins at Tulette. 50 members work 250 hectares of Vinsobres. For many, a holding of around six hectares is common, with 15 ha a large vineyard. The rest – 450 hectares – is Côtes du Rhône, with some Vin de Pays.
Wine names are being changed, and there is a wide selection of them, so life is not straightforward for buyers. Vinsobres Diamant Noir can be the best red, with, from 2011, a new line of organic wines that is interesting - the Vinsobres Origine red and the Côtes du Rhône Terre de Jadis red. The Côtes du Rhône Cuvée La Delphinale red comes from Co-operateurs at Mirabel-les-Baronnies & Piégon, with vineyards at altitude, and the 2015 was a **** wine
Philippe Bertrand, oenologue Sébastien Fraychet on the D94 26110 Vinsobres
Tel: +33(0)475 27 64 22
Countries exported to:1) Sweden 2) Denmark 3) PR China, Belgium
Percentage Exported: 10%