AOP Cotes du Rhone Village Séguret

1937 Séguret was included in the new appellation Cotes du Rhone.
1967 Séguret became Cotes du Rhone Village  

1974 Cotes du Rhone Village Séguret

Séguret commune covers 21 km2. The altitude varies from 125 to 424 metres.
The village Séguret is situated in analtitude of 262 metres.

Cahier des Charges Cotes du Rhone Village 12.4. 2018
The same rules for all Cotes du Rhone Village with or without geographical name added.

Allowed grape varieties (Encépagement)

Red and Rose
Primary varieties: (cépages principaux)
Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre.
Other allowed varieties (cépages accessoires)
Bourboulenc B, Brun Argenté N (Vaccarèse), Carignan N, Cinsault N, Clariette B, Clairette Rose Rs), Counoise N, Grenache Blanc B, Grenache Gris G, Marsanne B, Muscadin N, Piquepoul B, Piquepoul N, Roussanne B, Terret Noir N, Ugni Blanc B, Viognier B.

Blanc
Primary varieties: ( cépages principaux)
Bourboulenc B, Clairette B, Grenache Blanc B, Marsanne B, Roussanne B, Viognier B.
Other allowed varieties ( cépages accessoires)
Piquepoul Blanc, Ugni Blanc

Shares in vineyards of the single producer (Proportion à l'exploitation)

Rouge and Rosé

Primary varieties must together be at least be 80%
Syrah and Mourvedre must together be at least 25%.
Other grapes allowed for Cotes du Rhone, may not exceed 20%.
White varieties may be used for rosé but may not exceed 5%.

Blanc
Grenache Blanc, Clairette, Roussanne, Bourboulenc and Viognier
must be at least 80%.

Single variety wines are not allowed (Assemblage)
Rouge and Rosé
The blend must contain two of the primary varieties. Grenache is obligatory

Declared area and yield 2013-2017

Vintage 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Hectares 461 416 414 442 461
Hektolitre 13092 16350 16177 16898 14943
Source: Syndicat des Vignerons des Cotes du Rhone

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Updated 30-09-2018