Vignerons Ardechois Ardèche Rosé
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Region: Ardèche, France
Grape varieties: 50% Caladoc, 50% Grenache
Vignerons Ardechois Ardèche Rosé offers notes of flowers on a medium frame with soft red berry flavors that last through to a long finish.
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About Vignerons Ardechois Ardèche Rosé
Vignerons Ardechois Ardèche Rosé offers notes of red and rose flowers on a medium frame with soft red berry flavors that last through to a long finish with lovely persistence.
About Vignerons Ardechois
Vignerons Ardechois is a collective of wine producers and farmers located in the southern Ardeche with the aim of creating a supportive and sustainable environment, not only for the land of the Ardeche but for the farmers as well.
In 1967, the Vignerons Ardechois built their first winery, a shared facility where efficiency and solidarity were working hand in hand. Today, the collective has grown and now has training systems in place to help young farmers and winemakers learn the skills needed to work their own land with sustainable farming methods to contribute to the health of the Ardeche with respect to the water, air, flora, and fauna.
They are helping farmers with the installation of bat’s nesting-boxes which allow fighting naturally against certain pests of the vine, the plants seeding between the rows of vines to promote the presence of biodiversity in soils, the establishment of beehives next to some parcels of vineyards and the adaptation of cultural practices to preserve these species and the establishment of a good neighborhood charter to keep building a sense of community among local residents and grape growers.
From the foothills of the Cevennes mountains to the steep terraces of the Rhone Valley, the mosaic of terroirs and the altitude allows the vines to express all their freshness, richness, and diversity.
The Mediterranean climate, enhanced by the Mistral wind which dries out the vineyard, offers exceptional conditions: summers are hot and dry, and winters are mild. The rainy springs and fall seasons provide the reserve of water necessary for the growth of the berries.