LA CELESTIERE SCEA

1956 route de Roquemaure , 84230 Chateauneuf du Pape
France

Telephone +33 4 90252892
Fax +33 4 90253329
info@lacelestiere.fr

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 11 / H09
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 11): stand H09

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 11

Contact

BEATRICE JOYCE

Phone
0033620373515

Email
info@lacelestiere.fr

NEIL JOYCE

Phone
0033620373515

Email
n.joyce@wanadoo.fr

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  • 01.01.05.08  Côtes du Rhône

Our products

Product category: Côtes du Rhône

Cuvée Les Domaines

Blended from Grenache and Mourvédre.
The Grenache comes from La Croze and the Mourvèdre from Cassanets and Bosquets.
This perfectly balanced blend is aged in oak for at least 18 months.

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Product category: Côtes du Rhône

Cuvée La Croze

100% Grenache.
Pure Grenache. The mainstay of Château Neuf du Pape for many centuries.

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Product category: Côtes du Rhône

Cuvée Tradition 2013 Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Blended from very old vines (50 -90 years old) Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre et Cinsault, raised in concrete tanks and foudres 

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About us

Company details

The vineyard exends over 26 hectares (65 acres). No inorganic fertilisers nor herbicides are used.
It started its transition to organic production in 2010 and is fully approved for all vintages fron 2013.
It is thanks to constant working of the soil and sub-soil together with a few organic compounds that the terroir can completely express its identity. The harvest is carried out manually with rigorous selection of healthy grapes at the sorting table in the winery.

The yields have been voluntarily limited to 20 to 25hl per hectare, these figures being weil under the maximum yields allowed by the appellation.

Grapes are fed by gravit y into the fermentation thermo regulated stainless or concrete tanks. The tanks are provided with a pigeage system (punching of the grape cap).A cold and a warm maceration are done together with a long ageing for the red wines.
White wines are aged in oak barrels whereas red wines are aged in foudres, demi-muids or concrete tanks depending on the cuvee.

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