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Domaine Julien de l'Embisque

Our private cellar is located at the gateway to Provence, in Bollène, at the crossroads of four departments: Vaucluse, Drôme, Ardèche and Gard.


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The Domaine Julien de l'Embisque, which has been run under  organic farming methods  for many years, extends over a diversity of terroirs in order to obtain wines of character. They allow the main grape varieties of the Rhône Valley to flourish, such as Grenache noir, Syrah, Carignan, Cinsault, Mourvèdre and Couston for the reds and Viognier, Grenache blanc, Muscat petit grain and Muscat d'Alexandrie for the whites.
The entire estate is surrounded by forest and interspersed with hedges. All this creates an ecosystem that allows us to do without the use of insecticides.

Terroir of our vineyard in Côtes du Rhône Village Suze-la-Rousse


Notarised documents trace our family's involvement in the wine world back to 1830. Our forefathers owned a parcel of vines in the Bordeaux region, in the Pauillac appellation.

The next generation settled in the Haut-Var, in the commune of La Verdière.

Julius GAÏDE, a self-taught craftsman, had unparalleled skills in the invention and construction of equipment: at the age of about fifty, he had already anticipated the construction of an auger with a frigate's rear deck.

Wine and our family: a love story that has lasted since the 1800s

The pioneering spirit of the GAÏDE family has taken on its full essence with the sale of this property in the Haut-Var and the purchase of a new property in the Vaucluse in the Côtes du Rhône appellation.

This was in 1972. It was a complete rethink for the family.

It was a new challenge because everything had to be rebuilt.

Indeed, this property, originally mainly focused on peaches and asparagus, had only 4 hectares of vines.


Our vines benefit from a terroir that gives our wine its character


The VIOGNIER , the GRENACHE BLANC and the MUSCATS, blossom on a light terroir composed of poor filtering sands.
It is on the Mont Joli plateau, made up of a stony limestone soil, that the SYRAH and the GRENACHE fully express themselves. The sandy-clay-gravelly soil is well suited to CARIGNAN, MARSELAN and COUSTON which find in this terroir all the richness of their aromas. The CINSAULT is planted in our sandy soil.



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