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Domaines Bour SARL

Domaine de Grangeneuve 1200 Rote des Esplanes, 26230 Roussas
France
Telephone +33 4 75985022
Fax +33 4 75985109
domaines.bour@wanadoo.fr

This company is co-exhibitor of
Rhône Valley Vineyards Inter Rhône Interprofession des Vins A.O.C

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ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 11): stand C109

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ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  wines from France
  • 01.01.05.07  wines fromVallée du Rhône

Our products

Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

Les Dames Blanche du Sud

TERROIR
Ancient terraces of the Rhone, clay-limestone soils 

HARVEST
We harvest the various grape varieties from this cuvee in mid September to achieve the perfect ripeness of each variety.
The quality of the harvest was beautiful for the whites this year.
We harvested early in the morning to avoid the high daytime temperatures.

BLEND
Viognier (50%), Marsanne (25%), White Grenache (15%) and Roussanne (10%).

VINIFICATION
Each varietal is fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks for approximately 3 weeks at between 12 and 15°C.  The lees are stirred frequently. First bottling in late November.

DESCRIPTION
Beautiful color with intense golden highlights.
The nose exhibits dominant aromas of white flowers (acacia) and citrus.
Full–bodied on the palate, rich, very fruity, and opulent.
Fresh and balanced with powerful aromas of apricot, white peach, and floral notes.
Food pairing : aperitif, fish, shellfish, but also white meats and goat cheese.

AWARDS
Gold Award at the Concours Agricole de Paris 2019
Gold Award at the Concours des Vins d'Orange 2019

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

« V »-VIOGNIER 2018

TERROIR
Ancient terraces from the Pliocene epoch consisting of pebbles and large stones in limestone soils.

HARVEST
On the first days of September at full ripeness and full aromatic expression. Manual harvest. 2017 was a small harvest with good health and perfect maturity of the grapes.

BLEND
100% Viognier from 15 years old vines.

VINIFICATION
Destemming and gentle pressing of the grapes in a pneumatic press after a short fermentation on the skins. Vinification in old growth oak barrels.
Fermentation for about 20 days, with temperature controled by submerged rods. The lees are stirred for 3 months, and then the wine is aged in the same barrels until February 2019.

DESCRIPTION
Beautiful golden yellow color.
A powerful nose, rich and expressive with notes of vanilla and white flowers.
On the palate this wine is big and round, silky and elegant, with notes of white fruits, jasmine, and a light smokey quality... The wood is already well integrated, barely present. This wine is powerful, elegant and balanced, mouth filling and well integrated, with very persistent aromas. Serve chilled but not cold (10 to 12° C).

Food pairing : as an aperitif, with foie gras, but also to accompany a fine fish, white meat and goat cheese. Pairs wonderfully with spicy and exotic dishes.

AWARDS
Silver Award at the Concours Agricole de Paris 2019
Silver Award at the Concours des vins d'Orange 2019

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

Le Rosé de Grangeneuve

TERROIR
Varied terroirs : clay-limestone terraces and sandy clay soils from Roussas, ancient alluvial deposits from the Rhone River with glacial rolled stones “galets” around St Paul Trois Chateaux.

HARVEST
Mid-September to obtain the desired fruitiness and control the amount of alcohol while having sufficiently mature grapes.

BLEND
45% Grenache, 45% Cinsault and 10% Syrah.

VINIFICATION
Direct press in several batches - to account for the different varietals and the various terroirs and parcels. Low temperature fermentation in a temperature controled steel tank. Temperature controled fermentation for around 20 days.

DESCRIPTION
Bright and clear appearance, pale pink in color. Pretty nose with red fruit aromas of strawberry and raspberry.  On the palate, the red fruits are balanced, the wine is lively in the glass with a nice length. This rosé is elegant, fruity, and fresh, evocative of the “beautiful life” in Provence.

Food pairing : aperitif, appetizers, charcuterie, grilled foods, paella, and Mediterranean food.

AWARDS
Silver Award at the Concours des Vins d'Orange 2019

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

Tradition de la Marquise

Cultivation method : Organic farming “Agriculture Biologique”
Wine made from organic grapes.  Certified by FR BIO 10.

TERROIR
Ancient terraces of the Rhone, clay-limestone soil, mostly located on the plateau of Clairet where the Marquise de Sévigné liked to visit and taste the grapes in the 17th century…

HARVEST
These plots are cultivated organically, which is not only environmentally friendly but also interesting on the palate with an intensity and special aromatic quality - a real expression of terroir. 

BLEND
Syrah (50%) and Grenache (50%)

VINIFICATION
In steel tanks, vinification traditional with 2 weeks of fermentation around 25° C.

DESCRIPTION

Beautiful red color with hints of purple.
Intense nose with aromas of very ripe, and almost jam-like red and black fruit . Full and large on the palate, round, riche, opulent, with a nice persistence and fine tannins.
Intense aromatic expression with notes of licorice, cassis, and black cherry.
To drink in the next 3 years with grilled or roasted red meats.

AWARDS
Decanter World Wine Awards 2018: 91/100
Silver at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2018 

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

Tradition

TERROIR
Mainly clay and limestone yet sandy soil in some parcels.

HARVEST
Between September 10th and 25th at full maturity of the two varietals.
BLEND
Grenache (65%) and Syrah (35%) 

VINIFICATION
Traditional vinification with destemming. Fermentation for around 10 days in stainless steel tanks between 25° and 30° C.
Daily rack and return and pump over. Blended in January with bottling a few months later…

DESCRIPTION
Beautiful bright garnet color.
Fine nose with aromas of red fruit, spices, and notes of “garrigue” (aromatic Mediterranean herbs and plants from Provence : thyme, rosemary, lavender, juniper… Basically the scrubby aromatic plants of Provence).
On the palate, clean and straightforward attack, with beautiful and fleshy substance. Red fruits dominate the palate, mixed with spices, and round tannins.
Well-balanced wine with a good freshness and nice structure in the mouth. It is a pleasurable wine with a potential to age 3-5 years.

Food pairing : to drink with charcuterie and grilled meats. Enjoy with spring and summer meals.

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

Vieilles Vignes

TERROIR
Alluvial terraces from the Pliocene epoch consisting of pebbles, cobblestones, fallen rocks, and boulders based in limestone soil.

HARVEST
End of September at full maturity of our oldest vines of Syrah and Grenache, 50 years or older.

BLEND
Syrah (50%) and Grenache (50%).

VINIFICATION
Traditional  vinification of each varietal;  destemmed after harvest.
Fermented in concrete tanks with controlled temperatures between 25° and 30°C.
Fermentation for 21 days with frequent pumping over and rack and return to achieve a good extraction.
Wine is aged in concrete tanks for 18 months before bottling.

DESCRIPTION
Nice purple color.
Intense nose characterized by small red and black fruits (like cassis), licorice, and “garrigue”.
A beautiful palate - rich, full, and soft with good balance.
This wine is powerful but harmonious with tannins that are present but elegant and silky.
Ageing potential 5-7 years.

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

Esprit de Grenache

Côtes du Rhône villages

TERROIR
Slopes and terraces of the Rhône, solids clay and limestone

HARVEST
Manual harvest of the beautiful ‘goblets’ of old Grenache.  
Harvesting at optimal grape maturity.

BLEND
Old Grenache (80%) and Syrah (20%)

VINIFICATION
Fermented in temperature controled concrete tanks for 3 weeks at between 25° and 30°C. Daily pump over or rack and return.

DESCRIPTION
A good southern vintage with nice backbone and fine, round tannins.
This wine is very ample in the mouth and exhibits persistence with flavors of spices, licorice, and red fruits.

Food pairing : suits well with rich and tasty meat dishes like lamb or steak “au poivre”.

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

Terre d'éspice

TERROIR
Alluvial terraces from the Pliocene epoch consisting of pebbles, cobblestones, fallen rocks and larger rocks from landslides, based in limestone soil.

HARVEST
End of September, at full maturity of our oldest Grenache and Syrah vines (45 years or older).

BLEND
Syrah (50%) and Grenache (50%)

VINIFICATION
Traditional vinification of each varietal separately with complete destemming.
Fermentation in temperature controlled concrete tanks between 25° and 30°C.
A 3 weeks long fermentation with frequent pumping over or rack and return to achieve a good extraction.
Aged in 228 liter French oak barrels for 12 months.

DESCRIPTION
Beautiful and deep garnet color.
Powerful nose, characteristics of red fruit and torréfaction, garrigue, and earthy tones.  Also toasted and vanilla notes.  The wine is full bodied with a rich and soft structure, very elegant.  On the palate this wine has a nice a nice freshness and soft, well-rounded tannins.  This wine can be appreciated young or with aging.  One can perceive fruity jam-like notes, grilled bread, licorice, and perhaps herbal notes of underbrush.
Aging potential for 6 to 8 years.

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Product category: wines fromVallée du Rhône

La Truffière

TERROIR
Alluvial terraces from the Pliocene epoch consisting of pebbles, cobblestones, fallen rocks, and boulders based in limestone soil.

HARVEST
In mid-September, at full grape maturity of our oldest Syrah vines.

BLEND
Syrah 100%.

VINIFICATION
Traditional vinification; destemmed after harvest. Fermentation for 30 days in temperature controlled concrete tanks.
In December the wine is moved to 228 liter oak barrels from the department of Allier in central France. Aged in these barrels for 14 months.

DESCRIPTION
This wine has a beautiful garnet color with purple highlights.
The nose is rich and complex with beautiful concentration of flavors.
Black fruit (blackberry) is dominant on the nose with secondary notes of garrigue.
On the palate, this powerful wine exhibits great complexity with silky tannins – very smooth and luxurious on the tongue.
La Truffière is rich, elegant, and complex- heralding a bright future for development with aging.

Food pairing : pairs well with strongly flavored foods and meats in rich sauces - fare such as wild game, duck, strong stews, and Provençal classics like daube.

AWARDS
Golden Award at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2019
Golden Award at the Concours des Vins d’Orange 2019
SILVER at Decanter World Wine Awards 2019 : 90/100
SILVER at ISWC 2019

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About us

Company details

MESSAGE FROM THE WINEMAKER

Grangeneuve was founded 50 years ago by my parents, Odette and Henri BOUR. What a long adventurous way since the beginning of the enterprise; my parents are now almost at the age of retirement! It took us decades of hard work to arrive at the point of making our wines known, since the creation of our vineyard in lieu of the local oak forest, within an very unknown AOC, until the day when our wines are found on the menus of very reputable establishments, including many Michelin-starred restaurants. We owe our success to our high level of demand for quality.At Grangeneuve nothing or almost nothing is left to chance, except the weather!

We practice sustainable farming; we work our soil on a regular basis, and we use the least aggressive products for our vines. We harvest at optimal ripeness of the grapes in correlation with the objectives for each vintage and wine variety. We conduct meticulous and precise vinification, to showcase our grapes, the fruits of our terroir. The vinifications are carried out by grape variety and by parcel, adapting to the potential of each vine and to the objectives that we set for each wine. We regularly invest in materials for the cellar and for winemaking in order to progress each year in our search for quality. We are driven by the desire to make quality wines without any concession, and with a deep consideration for our customers.

Henri Bour

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