The Vineyard

Caromb – Southern Rhône Valley

Created in 2014, Domaine de Piéblanc is located on the northern hills of Caromb close to Mont Ventoux. Reaching an altitude of 300 meters, our 10 hectares of vines in AOC Ventoux are protected with oaks, pines and hundreds of olive trees. In addition, we owe 15 hectares of terraced vineyard on an unique terroir called Terres du Trias near the village of Suzette in AOC Beaumes de Venise. Our vineyard is naturally farmed, without pesticides or herbicides (organic conversion).

Highlight the grape varieties

Our project is to create a vineyard with singular wines from our beautiful region by enhance the local grape varieties: mostly Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault (for a quarter) and a pinch of Carignan.

Each plot is farmed with respect of its own specifications (quality of the soil, grape variety, age of the vines.

A soil mosaic

Four different kinds of soils characterize our vineyard. The variations are found not only between the islet but between the plots as well. They are all composed of sediment (loamy and sand-clay soils): river alluvion of high terraces, conglomerate of Crillon-le-Brave and recent colluvion of Quaternaire.

Our wines

AOC Beaumes de Venise

Les Hauts 2018

An elegant and complex wine showing wild blackberry with a balanced freshness on a gentle spicy background.

AOC Gigondas

Les Terres 2019

An expressive nose of morello cherry with subtal floral notes. A voluptuous and rich chocolate palate with a balanced finish suggesting cinnamon.

AOC Ventoux

Rosé de Piéblanc 2019

A mineral pale rosé with aromas of strawberry and wild peach. Fresh and well-balanced.

La Tuilière 2018

This easy drinking wine is the flagship of the winery. A juicy fruity red wine with subtle floral notes and a generous mouth to be enjoyed with most of varied dishes.

La Barre 2018

An exceptional and intense 90% Syrah based wine. Only 1 800 bottles a year.

Extra virgin olive oil

Olives handpicked for a green & fruity olive oil with caracter.


Where to find our wines


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