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Domaine de Piaugier

Sablet, Rhône Valley • France

Domaine de Piaugier was established in 1947 by Jean-Marc Autran’s great-grandfather, who farmed six hectares of vines on top of a small hill near Sablet. Today, Jean-Marc and wife Sophie cultivate 3.5 hectares within Gigondas, 12.5 hectares in Sablet, and 14 hectares of Côtes du Rhône vineyards.

large wooden wine barrel

The domaine is split into many small areas located on different soil types: clay with limestone and sand, clay with chalk, and sand and gravel soils. The vines are an average of 20 to 40 years old. The grapes are hand harvested separately, with picking done parcel by parcel. Domaine de Piaugier is one of the longest standing producers in the Vineyard Road portfolio.


La Grange de Piaugier Côtes du Rhône Rouge

La Grange de Piaugier Côtes du Rhône Blanc

Sablet AOP

Gigondas AOP

lush vineyard with French town and hills in the background
winemaker Jean-Marc Autran filling wine barrel
woman with harvested purple grapes on back of tractor
green sign on a tree marking an entrance to winery
clay wine bottles
grape vines
red wine label