Pallière & Pied-Gu
Caroline and Bertrand Stehelin
312, Chemin Palliere et Pied Gu 84190 Gigondas
Tel. +33 626
Direct sale: by appointment
The name Shehelin comes from Fritz
Stehelin, a German/Schwiss buziness man who in 1840
moved to Bedarrides and settled at Chateau Mont
He became the forefather of the winegrowers in Rhone with
the name Stehelin.
Domaine Palliere & Pied-Gú beloged to the Leydier family since 1620.
In 1978 Nicole (Born Leydeir) and her husbond Frédéric Stehelin took
over the domain, today covering 29 ha.
Since 2004 Bertrand Stehelin has made wine with his own name from 3
ha of Gigondas, 1,3 ha of Sablet and 2,5 ha of IGP in Sablet.
Bertrand's wines are made in his father's cellar, and the
two domains will in a way merge although there will be two labels
- from Domaine Bertrand and from Domaine Pallière et Pied-Gu.
Since 2009 Chateauneuf du Pape from has Bertrand's name on the label.
In 2018 Betrand and his sister Caroline became co-owners of Domaine
Pallière et Pied Gu.
Bertrand Stehelin at Soirée de Sablet 2017
Carolin Stehelin at Gigondas sur Table 2017
Wines according to website January 2021
et Pied Gu Gigondas
80% Grenache 10% Syrah and 10% Mourvedre. Grenache is from 40-110-years-old
vines. Partly destemming. Blending after fermentation and then ageing in
cement tank or foudres for 15 months.
Chateaueuf du Pape Cuvée Bertrand Stehelin
98% Grenache and 2% Syrah. 60-80-year-old vines. Matured in steel tank
for 12-15 months
70% Grenache, 25% Syrah and 5% Mourvedre. 70-90-years-old vines.
Aged in foudres for 24 months.
Stehelin Gigondas La Syrah de Pénélope
95% Syrah and 5% Grenache. Aged in barriques for 24
Bertrand Stehelin Cotes du Rhone Village Sablet
70% Grenache, 25% Mourvedre, 5% Syrah.
Stehelin Cotes du Rhone Village Blanc Sablet
Equal shares of Grenache Blanc, Marsannne and Roussanne.
Equal shares of Syrah, Merlot and Carignan.
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Chateauneuf du Pape Sablet