14, Chemin des Garrigues 84232 Chateauneuf du Pape
Tel. +33 466 500 257
Direct sale: For the moment by appointment
In 1967 the domain was established in Lirac by Jean
Duseigneur when he - as many other winegrowers - went back to his homeland from
At that time most of the fields were covered with trees and he had to remove them
to plant vines.
In 1988 his son
Frédéric Duseigneur joined his father and in 1992 he took
over, later joined by his brother Bernard.
Since 2004 the vineyards have been certified biodynamique (Member of Biodyvin,
International Bio-dynamic Vinegrowing Syndicate). All
the work at the domain in vineyards or "cellar activity is restricted to the most appropriate
period of the Biodynamic calendar."
since 2004 the well known wine writer and owner of Le Bistrot du Sommelier in Paris, Philippe
Faure-Brac, has been advising and involved in the winemaking especially of the
remarkable Cotes du Rhone Village Laudun which has his name on the label.
Since 2007 another capacity Phillipe Cambie is advising at the domain.
In 2012 Frédéric Duseigneur left the partnership with
his brother to make a consulting firm of his own aimed at biodynamic farming and
In 2013 Bernard Duseigneur bought 12 ha vineyards from Domaine Monpertuis in
Chateauneuf du Pape and since 2013 he has made his wines here with
the name Domaine Duseigneur.
A part of the vineyards in Saint Laurent des Arbres was sold to Jean-Frédéric
Bistagne now running Domaine des Maravilhas.
After these changes the domain covers 13 ha Chasteauneuf du Pape, 4,5
14 ha Cotes du Rhone Village Laudun, 2,5 ha Cotes du Rhone and 0,34 ha IGP.
Chateauneuf du Pape Catarina
2016: 90-100% Grenache with some Syrah and Mourvedre. 60-years-old vines at
3 lieux-dits Colombis, Bois de la Ville and Grand Devès,
"galets roulés, sables et calcaires". Aged in demi-muids for 12
Chateauneuf du Pape
2015: 100% Grenache from up to 135-years-old vines at lieu-dit Colombis.
15 hl./ha. 4-5 weeks of maceration. Aged in older demi-muids for 18 months.
Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc Catarina
2016: 100% Clairette. Partly vinified and matured in steel tank and partly
demi-muids sur lie with bâtonnage for 8 months.
2015: Mainly Syrah. Aged in 1-2-years-old demi-muids for 12 months.
2014: 60% Grenache and 40% Mourvèdre. 50-years-old vines. Grenache matured
in cement tank. Mourvedre aged in 3-4-years old demi-muids for 12 months.
Cotes du Rhone Village Laudun par Philippe Faure Brac
2015: 60% Grenache and 40% Syrah. 50-years-old vines
Aged in older demi-muids for 12 months.
Cotes du Rhone Village
2016: 60-80% Grenache and 20-40%
Syrah depending of the vintage.
IGP Vaucluse Minha Terra
2015: 100% Syrah.