Louis Chèze Ro-Rée comes from the plots of land around the estate, on the Limony plateau. The name Ro-Rée appeared for the 1980 vintage, it is the name of a plot of land which means oak in Ardéchois patois. Ro-Rée is a red fruit cuvée that is cherry red in colour. Nose of the red fruits, blackberry, raspberry, nutmeg. Straightforward attack followed by a beautiful melting of ripe fruit aromas in the mouth.
The Domaine Chèze is a family estate picked up in 1978 by Louis Chèze. This domain is located on the top of the hill of the Limony County, on the right bank of the Rhône, 60 km south of Lyon, right in the Northern Côtes du Rhône vineyard. Mr Chèze started the venture with 1 ha of Saint Joseph and some grapevines in lease. Today, the entire domain is 30 ha and includes some highly esteemed appellations such as Condrieu, Saint Joseph and Vin de Pays. Resolve, curiosity and meticulousness are applied regarding the vineyard monitoring and the winemaking process making each vintage is a new challenge, with the purpose of producing the embodiment of the terroirs. Many cuvées with their specificities will delight your inner epicurean.