Château Signac

Château Signac est un domaine viticole AOC Côtes du Rhône avec 33 hectares de vignobles à Bagnols-sur-Cèze près du Rhône dans le nord-est du Gard. Promontoire rocheux, la Dent de Signac surplombe le vignoble et les anciennes fortifications ont déjà acquis une renommée pour leurs vins au XVIIe siècle. La région des Côtes du Rhône a une longue histoire, des terres blanchies au soleil, des fermes en pierre blanche. Les principaux cépages du vignoble sont Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, Carignan et Roussanne.

Côtes du Rhône - 25 Centuries of Wine History

Château Signac has 54 hectares of forest in addition to its vineyards. The manor house sits on a small hill and enjoys a stunning view towards Mont Ventoux and the ruins of Châteauneuf- du-Pape castle. The forest covered mountain Dent de Signac attracts hunters and nature lovers.

Château Signac produces eight rosé, red and white wines that carry the Côtes du Rhône, Côtes du Rhône Villages Chusclan, or IGP Coteaux du Pont du Gard appellations. The red and rosé wines are generous, delicious and silky, with notes of black fruit and spices. The white Roussanne expresses roundness and finesse with freshness and notes of iris and honeysuckle.

In the 18th century, convinced of the excellence of their wines and in order to protect their originality and value, the village of Chusclan forbade the import of grapes or wines from less renowned villages. Thanks to these measures, in the 19th century, the fame of the vineyards became well established. The village is renowned for the quality of its wines which are among the best and justify the reputation they enjoy in the wine trade. Today still, Château Signac is faithful to this heritage and carries on this quest for quality with the same passion.


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