Domaine la Cavale

Gérant: Laurel Lutier
Manager and winemaker: Jean-Paul Aubert
Route de Lourmarin 84160 Cucuron
Tel. +33 490 722 296
Direct sale: So far from a shop at
Place Henri Barthelemy in Lourmarin.
May - September: All days 9.00-12.00 and 14.00-19.00
The rest of the year closed on Monday and Sundays and only open until 18.00.
Mail: contact@vignobles-paul-dubrule.com
Web:
https://www.domaine-lacavale.com/en/

 

In 1973 the co-founder of  the Accor hotels Paul Dubrule bought a small sheep farm in Curcuron. There were also a few ha. of neglected vineyards.
In 1996 Dubrule stepped back from the frontline of his business and something seriously happened at Cavale. More land was bought, new cellars were constructed and vineyards were replanted. This new beginning was done in cooperation with Jean-Paul Aubert who became the manager and wine maker of the domain. In 2010 started a renovation of the cellars and other buildings in cooperation with the architect
Jean-Michel Vilmotte known for his work for some famous domains in Bordeaux. In 2012 the name of the domain was changed from Domaine de la Cavale to Vignobles Paul Dubrule and since the domain in 2015 have been handed over to Dubrul's three daughters Laurel Dubrule-Lutier, Ambre Dubrule and Eléonore Mueth-Dubrule the name of the compagny is changed to Famille Paul Dubrule. The oldest daughter Laurel is the director or gérant.
In 2015 more than 40 ha of vineyards are in production.

Wines

Luberon Petit Cavale
2013: Grenache and Syrah.

Luberon Rosé Petit Cavale
2013: Grenache and Cinsault.

Luberon Blanc Petit Cavale
2013: Grenache Blanc, Clairette and Ugni Blanc.

Luberon La Cavale
2012: Grenache, Syrah and Carignan. Aged for 12 months in foudres or barriques

Luberon La Cavale Blanc
2014: Grenache Blanc, Clairette and Ugni Blanc.

Luberon Grande Cavale
2012: Grenache, Syrah and Carignan.
Aged for 12 months in foudres or barriques.
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Illustrations from the architect showing the new facade - The wall is already built - and the entrance for visitor. Through the windows to left you will see the vinification cellar and to the right the ageing cellar. After that you arrive to a big shopping area and storing area for the wines


Paul Dubrule.
Photo: © l’Auvergnat de Paris, in connextion with an interwiev in 2011.
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Updated  20-03-2019