des Charges Cotes du Rhone Village 12.4. 2018
The same rules for all
Cotes du Rhone Village with or without geographical name added.
It's only for red wines, you may use the name Cotes du
Rhone Village Saint-Andéol
Allowed grape varieties
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.
Vineyards of the single producer (Encépagement)
Primary grape varieties counts for at least 80%.
Grenache for at least 40%.
Syrah and Mourvedre together for at least 25%. Undtil 2021 only
Single variety wines
are not allowed (Assemblage)
The blend for the
single wine must include Grenache + at least one other primary
variety (Syrah or Mourvedre)
Area and yield 2018-2019
The chairman of the syndicate of Saint Andeol is
Philippe Faure, who owns a domain in St Just d'Ardèche, Domaine
de la Favette. He delvers his grapes to a cooperative and owns not himself vineyards in CDRV
Maybe other members of the cooperative do that