Beaumes de venise Rouge & Muscat de Beaumes de Venise

Two wines, two colors, two characters

Two wines, two colors
two characters.

The vineyards of the Beaumes de Venise appellation flourish in the heart of the Comtadine area of Provence, located at the foot of the Dentelles de Montmirail, in the southern Rhône Valley.

Grapevines and olive groves mingle, rooted in earth well cared for by winegrowers and their practice of sustainable agriculture and their love for a unique, rich, and precious terroir.

Located at the foot of the rocky Dentelles de Montmirail formed in the Jurassic era, the terroir’s earth contains three types of soils, as well as deposits of Triassic rock that offers an exceptional type of soil that produces unique wines.

Vin Doux Naturel Muscat de Beaumes de Venise was officially awarded the AOC status in 1945, and applied retroactively to the 1943 vintage.

Officially granted Cru status in 2005, the AOC produces deep colored red wines, in shades ranging from cherry red to purple

Beaumes de Venise…

Here is a name where mystery and invitation to travel are mixed... nhabited at first by Greek settlers and then by Celto-Ligurian tribes, the Romans settled there in the 2nd century BC. Since then, its soils are suitable for many crops, allowing…

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