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Chantecôtes is located in Sainte Cécile Les Vignes, in the heart of Rhone Valley vineyards in the

south-east of France.


The village is typically Provencal, with its fountains, old stones and chapels. It is surrounded by vines, some more than 50 years old, that blossom under the sun.


Our wine cellar was created by a group of passionate winegrowers in 1927. In the ninety years since, their descendants have perpetuated the tradition of producing high quality Côtes du Rhône wines. We cultivate the vines with utmost care and respect for the environment. The expertise of our winemaker and his team allows for the elaboration of authentic and typical wines of Côtes du Rhône. The more tannic wines are aged in fine French oak barrels.

A great variety of grapes are grown in Sainte Cécile Les Vignes. Two of the foremost, white Grenache and Viognier, bring lightness and freshness to our white wines. Our blends from Grenache, Syrah, Carignan and Mourvèdre varietials bring the balance, fullness and tannic structure expected in red wines.

Our wide range of wines attracts enthusiasts throughout the world. This is demonstrated by the numerous awards obtained at the Lyon International Competition, the Vinalies Internationales, and the Macon Wine Competition…

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Petite Réserve

Côtes du Rhône

Appellation d’Origine Protégée   



Terroir: Old stony terraces. 

Grape varieties: Grenache, Carignan, Syrah, Mourvèdre. 

Winemaking: Short or medium vatting time depending on the vintage. Vinifications are centred on the extraction of the colour, the aromas and a soft structure. 

Tasting notes: An expressive wine, supple and lively on the palate. A garnet colour, a nose of red macerated fruits. A supple and well-balanced mouth. 

Drinking tips: Traditional cookery and cheeses. 

Saint Vincent

Côtes du Rhône

Appellation d’Origine Protégée 



Terroir: Sol argilo-calcaire multiple avec une prédominance de marnes sur lesquelles reposent galets roulés ou lauzes.   

Grape varieties: Grenache blanc, Marsanne, Viognier, Roussanne, Bourboulenc.  

Vinification: Pressurage pneumatique, débourbage et fermentation en barrique et élevage de 6 à 9 mois en fût de chêne français. 

Tasting notes: D’un beau jaune paille, ce vin aux arômes de fruits à chair blanche (pêche) et soutenus par des notes vanillées, laisse s’exprimer une finale fraîche et complexe. Ce vin blanc offrant une belle amplitude en bouche, riche d’arômes de fruits à chair blanche, est fermenté et élevé en fût de chêne ce qui lui apporte une agréable structure. 

Drinking tips: A l’apéritif, mais aussi sur des volailles en sauce, des quenelles de poissons. 


Côtes du Rhône

Appellation d’Origine Protégée    



Terroir: Argilo-calcarious with large round pebbles and marls. 

Grape varieties: Grenache white, Marsanne, Viognier, Roussanne, Bourboulenc. 

Vinification: Pneumatic pressing, settling of the juice and cold fermentation. 

Tasting notes: Elegant, delicate and aromatic, this white wine is fresh and pleasant. A brillant yellow color, a fruity and floral nose, a fresh and rich mouth. 

Drinking tips: Aperitif, grilled fishes, shellfishes, goat’s cheese. 

Les Terres Vierges

Côtes du Rhône Bio

Appellation d’Origine Protégée   



Terroir: Argilo-calcarious with large round pebbles and marls. 

Grape varieties: Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan. 

Vinification: A medium or long vatting time. A traditional vinification to extract all the aromas of fresh fruits and soft tannins. 

Tasting notes: Organic farming allows the grapes to have more intense flavours of fruits and taste more like where they are grown. A crimson color, aromas of black fruits, a complex nose. A well balanced wine, soft tannins, a hint of underbrush. 

Drinking tips: Red meats and mature cheeses 


Côtes du Rhône Village

Appellation d’Origine Protégée   



Terroir: Alluvial deposits from the Aygues River. 

Grape varieties: Grenache, Syrah.     

Vinification: The vatting time is medium or long depending on the vintage. Traditional vinification respect the potential of the Cairanne appellation. 

Tasting notes: Expressive aromas of black fruits and spicy notes. A firm structure and a subtle balance between fruit and tannins. An intense red color. An expressive nose of black fruits and brandied cherry. 

A generous and round mouth with silky tannins. 

Drinking tips: Meat sauce or roasted meat, cheeses. 

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