Clos St Jean

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Clos St Jean 

Created in 1900, the clos St Jean vineyard covers 101 acres, exclusively of the Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation. The vineyard is spread equally on rolled pebble stones and plateau slopes. Although not certified, the vineyard uses natural techniques, such as mating disruption, to minimise phytosanitary treatments. It should be noted that the vineyard has been visionary, being the first to plant vines in the place called “la crau”, which has turn out as being a great terroir for the appellation.
  • 39,92 €
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    Domaine du Clos St Jean is fixed in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, with 90 acres in the appellation. The grapes are half planted on rolled pebble stones and half cultivated on plateau slopes. The important 2003 change in the winemaking process must be noticed, because the produced wines can be stored for longer than those previously made.

  • 104,92 €
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    Domaine du clos St Jean and Châteauneuf-du-Pape share a long story. Since 1900, when it was created, it has developed, sometimes against all trends, cultivating vine in the valley of a place called ‘La Crau’, and this is where the name ‘La Combe des fous’ comes from. The terroir quality must be noted.

  • 38,25 €
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    Domaine du clos St Jean is an old vineyard of the Rhône valley and was created in 1900. Today, it is spread over 90 acres, only of the Chateauneuf-du-pape appellation, and 3 acres are dedicated to the making of white wine. Under the initiative of Philippe Cambie, the current œnologist, the vineyard makes ‘modern’ wines, generously fruity and full-rounded.

  • 49,17 €
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    Although it is an old vineyard of the Chateauneuf-du-Pape appellation, Clos St Jean is little known. Most of the wines produced on the 90 acres of Chateauneuf-du-Pape are exported. The quality approach is reflected by the respect for the vineyard, for example using mating disruption, to minimise phytosanitary treatments.

  • 38,25 €
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    Although the vineyard is not certified in organic farming, its approach is wise, using for instance mating disruption, to minimise the use of insecticides or more widely of phytosanitary treatments. The outcome is given in lively and fruity wines, unfortunately too little known in FRANCE.