Introduction to French Wine In Rhone Valley From Vigier
Introduction to French Wine In Rhone Valley From Vigier
Oct 27, 2020

It was in 1975 that the beautiful story of Domaine de Vigier began, with the installation of our parents Jacqueline and Francis on 40 hectares of vines, in Lagorce. In the 90s, after having trained in agricultural schools with specialization in wine and oenology, we took over the estate and gradually expanded it.  

Today, the Domaine de Vigier covers 110 hectares and 3 municipalities: Lagorce, Vallon Pont d'Arc and Saint-Remèze. The size of the estate is particular for the region, as the location allows the exploitation of large plots.

 

Coming Soon Dec 2020: Domaine de Vigier, IGP DES COTEAUX de l'Ardeche Cuvee INES Blanc

Very sustained yellow color, golden reflections, limpid. Very intense mineral and woody nose, ripe exotic fruit, vanilla. Greedy mouth.

Culinary Recommendation: To serve 16 C - 18 C. Good match with chicken supreme with chanterelle sauce

 

Coming Soon Dec 2020: Domaine de Vigier, IGP des Coteaux de l'Ardeche Cuvee Patriarche

Sustainable viticulture. Mechanical harvesting. Ageing in oak barrel, Traditional corks. Garnet red colour, dense, ruby red highlights. Powerful, generous red fruit aromas, toast aromas. Deep, generous, round tannin, good intensity, long length.

Ageing potential: From 2016 to 2020

Culinary Recommendation: To serve 16 C - 18 C. Good match with Red meats in a sauce, Game, Cassoulet, Cheeses

 

 

Coming Soon Dec 2020: Domaine de Vigier, IGP des Coteaux de l'Ardeche Cuvee Thomas

Garnet color, sustained, purple reflections. Enveloped, powerful, aromas of red fruits, aromas of spices. Deep, generous, ample, structured body.

Ageing: 2016 to 2020

Culinary Recommendation: To serve 16 C - 18 C. Good match with Rib of beef, Grilled entrecote steak, Game, Boar stew, Cheeses

Award:
Concours Agricole de Paris 2016 : Bronze medal

 

Coming Soon Dec 2020: Domaine de Vigier, AOP Cotes du Vivarais Cuvee Romain

A powerful 2015 vintage from Grenache and Syrah with a protected designation of origin Appellation Origine Protegée (AOP) du Vivarais. It smells of vanilla and develops aromas of ripe fruit such as black currant and cherry. Rich in ripe tannins, therefore very round and soft in taste. This wine is traditionally made with 18 months in barrel.

Culinary Recommendation: To serve 16 C - 18 C. Good match with beef or lamb dishes and with cheese.