Conditions générales de vente en cours de rédaction.
The brand is named after the location of the Union des Vignerons des Côtes du Rhône’s first member wine cellars: its original terroir was part of the Dauphiné, a region then given to the Dauphin, the eldest son of the King of France.
Since its inception, the Cellier des Dauphins brand has sported a bottle with an unmistakably unique shape, dedicated to its classic Côtes du Rhône Prestige range, a full selection of sunny, generous wines that offer excellent value for money.
Although it has changed subtly over the years, the bottle of the Cellier des Dauphins Prestige has retained its distinctive shape, which aptly reflects its values of simplicity and sharing.
A strong, innovative brand, Cellier des Dauphins has expanded over the years to offer four lines in addition to the Prestige range:
With over 1,000 hectares of certified organic vineyards, Cellier des Dauphins is one of the leading organic producers in the Rhône Valley.
Balades en Rhône:
French for “Walks in the Rhône”, this wine brand invites us to explore its original terroirs and sophisticated flavours.
A truly elegant wine collection with complex sensory qualities. Each vintage is custom-produced through painstaking parcel selection and demanding specifications.
10° À L’Ombre:
Light, yet full-flavoured southern wines that are happily enjoyed on a shady terrace with friends when the sun starts to come out.
Cellier des Dauphins is now one of the most widely recognised wines in France.
Its reputation has been nurtured by a long-standing communication strategy targeted at the general public in France and abroad. The brand’s first full-page advertisement appeared in Paris Match magazine in 1970.
Conditions générales de vente en cours de rédaction.
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