Baron de Monte-Carlo

Baron de Monte-Carlo is the only wine brand that has the rights to use the brand name of Monte-Carlo. The wines are absolute top quality selected wines.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, CRU – Eric Bonnet

80% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 5% Mourvèdre

Rolled pebbles, deposited millions of years ago during the Ice Age, made of quartzite, a pure, hard silica often mixed with red clay. The pebbles accumulate solar heat during the day and release it in the evening; an alluvial soil where clay and   ne sand are mixed. The result is a deep and concentrated wine, fine and elegant. A beautiful ruby color with lively reactions reveals a nose with notes of cherries, blackberries and fine spices. Its sensuality on the palate is expressed by its depth and suppleness with aromas of kirsch and blackcurrant ending with notes of white pepper, thyme and liquorice with silky tannins. Complex wine with roundness, power and good length in the mouth.

Gigondas, CRU – Eric Bonnet

82% Grenache, 10% Syrah, 8% Mourvèdre

The vines are located on the southern slopes of the Dentelles de Montmirail. This terroir is considered to be one of the most complex in the Rhône Valley; at the top we find soils of the «Triassic» period, 200 million years old, and at the bottom, more recent alluvial soil, then between the two variations of marls, cones, sands, etc.
A fine, complex, powerful and elegant wine at the same time! How is it possible? The terroir and grape varieties expressed themselves A beautiful deep ruby color, intense nose of jammy fruits, black olives and brown spices. Silky and elegant palate. A warm wine.

Cairanne, CRU – Eric Bonnet

30% Grenache, 30% Carignan, 20% Syrah, 20% Mourvèdre

Clay and limestone soil, high alluvial sediments, deep seaweed sediments from the Miocene and Pliocene period.
Beautiful deep color. Aromas of black fruit such as blackcurrant associated with wood strawberries and spices. Round on the attack, followed by fruit followed by pepper, sage and exotic spices, and melted tannins on the finish. Complex wine with a very good length in the mouth.

AOP Côtes du Rhône – Eric Bonnet

65% Grenache, 35% Syrah

The vines are located to the south of the appellation in clay-limestone soil, not far from Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The pH of the soil is relatively high.
Respect for the vines, grape varieties and terroir: the result is a beautiful expression of ripe red fruits such as cherries, combined with aromas of cedar, liquorice, pepper and other exotic spices. The warm nose makes you want to taste this balanced wine with fine and elegant tannins.

AOP Côtes de Provence

50% Grenache, 30% Tibouren, 20% Cinsault

The vineyards are planted on the beautiful Côte d’Azur peninsula, near Ramatuelle and St Tropez, world famous for its beaches, its cinema and, of course, its wines. The soil is composed of alluvial sand, mixed with mica schist, which brings finesse, minerality and freshness. It is also the production area of the «Tibouren» grape variety, a typically Provençal and rare grape variety, introduced by the Romans centuries ago. There are only a few hundred hectares in the whole of France, absolutely to be discovered!

Condrieu, CRU – Yves Cuilleron

100% Viognier

The vines are planted on narrow terraces clinging to the sloping granite hillsides of the Condrieu appellation. The exposure is South Southeast.
A very fragrant wine with notes of violet and apricot, with a golden robe. The nose is charming and the mouth is greedy with a touch of
bitterness on the finish that tends the wine.

Saint-Joseph, CRU – Yves Cuilleron

55% Marsanne, 45% Roussanne

The vines are planted on steep granite slopes to the north of the Saint-Joseph appellation.
A perfumed wine with notes of yellow fruits, almonds and honey, with a golden robe. The nose is pleasant and the mouth is tender.

Saint-Péray, CRU – Yves Cuilleron

60% Roussanne, 40% Marsanne

The vines are planted on alluvium soil, a historic land of the Saint-Péray appellation.
A perfumed wine with notes of citrus and flint, with a golden robe. The nose is open and the mouth is tense.