Domaine De Grangeneuve
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Domaine De Grangeneuve

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Domaine De Grangeneuve

Rhone valley Winery / Winegrower Roussas
Grangeneuve was founded 50 years ago by my parents, Odette and Henri BOUR. What a long adventurous way since the beginning of the enterprise; my parents are now almost at the age of retirement! It took us decades of hard work to arrive at the point of making our wines known, since the creation of our vineyard in lieu of the local oak forest, within an very unknown AOC, until the day when our wines are found on the menus of very reputable establishments, including many Michelin-starred restaurants. We owe our success to our high level of demand for quality.At Grangeneuve nothing or almost nothing is left to chance, except the weather!

We practice sustainable farming; we work our soil on a regular basis, and we use the least aggressive products for our vines. We harvest at optimal ripeness of the grapes in correlation with the objectives for each vintage and wine variety. We conduct meticulous and precise vinification, to showcase our grapes, the fruits of our terroir. The vinifications are carried out by grape variety and by parcel, adapting to the potential of each vine and to the objectives that we set for each wine. We regularly invest in materials for the cellar and for winemaking in order to progress each year in our search for quality. We are driven by the desire to make quality wines without any concession, and with a deep consideration for our customers.

Henri Bour

Our wine

Grape varieties used

Grenache Noir Syrah Cinsaut Viognier White Grenache Marsanne blanche Vermentino

Wines prices

€8.00 - €21.00 per bottle

Labels & awards

Vineyards and Discovery

Vineyards and Discovery

Official award for great wine tourism destination
Vigneron Indépendant

Vigneron Indépendant

Haute Valeur Environnementale

Haute Valeur Environnementale

Guide Hachette

Guide Hachette

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Photos from the winery / winegrower

  • Domaine De Grangeneuve
  • Initiation à la dégustation au coeur de la vallée du Rhône
  • Tasting "Immersion"
  • Self-guided educational walk: through the grape varieties
  • Electric bike ride through the vineyard
  • Gourmet Tasting
  • Totored tasting - In Group


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Domaine De Grangeneuve proposes oenological workshops, tastings, visits and tastings, rides:
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You can cancel your booking free of charge up to 2 hour(s) before the start of your experience. After this deadline, we invite you to contact us so that our teams can help.
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The maximum reception capacity of Domaine De Grangeneuve is 60 person(s). To find out more and book, click here. You can also make a specific request if your group is larger by clicking here
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