Dauvergne Ranvier Luberon Blanc 2022 75cl


Tasting Note

Pretty, light, hint of grass and sweet floral note - all English hedgerow. Up front you get empty pineapple tins and spent cap-gun paper rolls (that is a niche tasting note for you).


Dauvergne Ranvier is the association of two enthusiasts who decided to create their own cuvées. François Dauvergne and Jean-François Ranvier founded their Winery in 2004 in the Rhône Valley. Very present upstream, both in the vineyards and during vinification, they rely on solid and privileged relationships with a number of winegrowers. 

The range extends from Côte-Rôtie in the north to the Luberon in the south, including Gigondas, Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Costières de Nîmes.
In 2013, they took over the operation of Domaine des Muretins in the Tavel and Lirac appellations.

Since 2020, they have been based at L’Assemblère, a positive energy cellar that was built in Tavel.

Country: France | Region: Luberon, Rhone | Alcohol: 13.5% | Grapes: Rolle, Grenache Blanc