Domaine de la Verrière

Jacques Maubert
2673, Chemin de la Verrière 84200 Goult
Tel. +33 490 722 088
Direct sale: Monday - Saturday 9.00-12.00 and 14.00-18.00
Mail:
laverriere2@wanadoo.fr
Web: http://www.domainedelaverriere.fr

   

The name of the domain relates to a glasblower who  lived at the place in the 15th century. (is to be seen at the label).
In 1969 the domain was established by Bernard Maubert.
Since 1985 his son has worked at the domain and he is the owner today.

Old wine cellars from 1900 are still in use but in 2000 the cellar was modernised and a new ageing cellar was constructed.

The domain covers 28 ha. The work in the vineyards are organic but probably not yet certified.

Wines according to website March 2015:

Ventoux Les Ocres
2015: 70% Syrah and 30% Grenache. Four days of maceration.

Ventoux Domaine de la Verrièrere
2015: 45% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 15% Cinsault og 10% Carignan.

Ventoux Le Haut de la Jacotte
2014: 85% Syrah and 15% Grenache. Syrah aged in barriques for 12 months.

Ventoux Saint-Michel 
2012: 85% Grenache and 15% Syrah. Fermentation in barrels of 400 l. 
Vin de goutte matured tank and vin de presse in barrels

Ventoux Rosé Tendre Rosé de la Verrière
2015: 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah. Direct press from young vines

Ventoux Rosé Domaine de la Verrièrere
2015: 60% Cinsault and 4
0% Cinsault

Ventoux Rosé Le Haut de la Jacotte
2015: 50% Mourvedre, 30% Grenache og 20% Syrah.
Fermentation and the ageing in barrels for 5 months

Ventoux Blanc Viognier  
2015: 100% Viognier. A part fermented in new barriques.

Ventoux Blanc Domaine de la Verrièrere  
2015: 45% Roussanne, 35% Clairette and 20% Grenache Blanc. 

Ventoux Blanc Pampelune 
2015: 55% Roussanne, 35% Clairette and 10% Viognier. 
Roussanne fermented and then aged in new barriques.


Jacques Maubert. Photo: LaProvence.com


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Updated 16-03-2019