Yves Cuilleron IGP Marsanne

Cuilleron IGP Marsanne


  • The vines are grown in the commune of Chavanay, called the “Vignes d’à coté” because it’s mainly vines next this appellation.
  • The soil is granitic and alluvial. Naturel cover cropping to avoid erosion.
  • No insecticides with respect to soil and vine balance, few treatments (depending on weather and the necessary) and small amount of organic fertilizer. Vigor and yield control, leaf-thinning and green harvesting to promote grape ripening.
  • Drink young, up to 3-4 years.

Varietal Composition: 100% Marsanne

Elaboration: The grapes are hand-picked; then sorted and left to settle in the cellar. Alcoholic and malolactic fermented with native yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless-steel vats.

Tasting Notes: Pleasant and aromatic wine. Nose composed of white fruits, delicate flowers and citrus peels. Well-balanced, fresh and gourmand on the palate. A finish with bitter spices.




Cuilleron Estates is a producer in the northern Rhône. The estate has been in the Cuilleron family for three generations, but it is the estate’s current owner and winemaker, Yves Cuilleron, who has expanded the size, scope, and scale of the vineyard, land holdings, and winery.

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