Pierre's estate is located at the foot of Mont Ventoux. The soil is mainly made up of pebbles, as in Châteauneuf du Pape, contributing to the perfect ripening of the grapes and the protection of vine diseases. The climate, the soils, the moderate altitude of this terroir contribute to a slow and regular maturation of the grapes, a promise of quality.
The Blue Lady is a tribute to our Earth, a beautiful, elegant, sometimes wild "Lady".
Aware that our Earth is fragile, we could not let it deteriorate and remain without doing anything.
By creating La Dame Bleue, we thus wished, at our level, to engage our generation and that of our children against climate change. We are convinced that an agriculture that respects the environment and an eco-responsible approach are pillars of the ecological transition. La Dame Bleue is a range of certified organic French wines produced by talented, more transparent and committed winegrowers. Welcome to the world of those who want to change it!
Present in the region since Antiquity, the vineyards of the Rhône Valley experienced a commercial impetus in the 1st century with the Romans, who developed the culture of the vine.
"Wines of the Popes" from the 14th century, the wines of the Rhône thus acquired their international reputation.
The Côtes-du-Rhône vineyard is made up of two main regions, the northern Rhône Valley in the north, and the southern Rhône Valley in the south.
It is the second largest vineyard in France after Bordeaux. The wines of the Rhône Valley have the strong character and color of their terroir, born of ancestral know-how. The red wines from the north of the valley are smooth and elegant, those from the south are often more generous in alcohol but also age well.
The Mediterranean climate with its characteristic mistral that descends the Rhône valley to the Mediterranean and its many variations going north, combined with the diversity of the soils make the Rhône valley a rich and varied terroir, which produces wines whose identity is very marked. Those from the right bank are finer and fruitier than those from the left bank, defined as more robust and heady.
Many grape varieties make up the wines with, for the best known: syrah, grenache noir or mourvèdre for the reds, viognier, marsanne, roussanne, bourboulenc or clairette for the whites.