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About Roger Perrin

Domaine Roger Perrin is a family-owned estate with a rich history of over a century, deeply committed to quality viticulture and preserving tradition. Roger Perrin took over the estate in 1968 from his father-in-law, Paul Bravay, and since then, it has evolved to incorporate modern winemaking techniques and technology without losing its heritage. Today, the vineyards are managed by Véronique and Xavier Perrin-Rolin, who oversee the production of an impressive range of wines that embody the Châteauneuf-du-Pape tradition, reflecting the unique terroirs and the family's expertise in both viticulture and oenology.

Since 2010, Véronique and Xavier have focused on reducing additives, such as sulfur dioxide, and eliminating herbicides in their vineyard management, aiding and preserving the local ecosystem. The estate's holdings consist of 40ha in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Côtes du Rhône, and Vin de Pays de la Principauté d'Orange, spread across 72 individual parcels, each with its distinct terroir/ With some vines over 100 years old and an average age of 60 years, the Châteauneuf vines grow in two types of soil: one with clay and limestone subsoil covered by the famous galets roulés, and another with more sand, producing wines with slightly more aromatic and tannic finesse.

Additional Details:

  • Producer: Domaine Roger Perrin
  • Varietals: Grenache, Syrah
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  • Country: France
  • Region: Rhône
  • Sub Region: Vallée du Rhône

Organic Practices

Sustainably Farmed