The History of Domaine La Yole
Domaine La Yole is located in the south of France, close to the Mediterranean Sea. The estate spreads over an area of 110 hectares. The winery offers a wide range of wines with delicious southern aromas and flavours to consumers worldwide. The winery have been producing great tasting wines since 1771. “Yole” stands for a small sailing boat and the complete name of “La Yole” stems from the meeting of Yole with vineyards around 2000 years ago. In the 1950s, Jean Gassier, who was an agriculture engineer, transformed Domaine La Yole into a winery.
Winemaking at Domaine La Yole
In 1771, their wines became very popular in the region and Domaine La Yole later became an important trading place on the Napoleon roads. Their vineyards produce white, red, rosé, and sweet wines using traditional techniques. The grapes varieties of Domaine La Yole include Muscat Petit Grain, Chardonnay and Viognier. They also use high quality Sauvignon Blanc, Vermentino, Carignan, Cinsault, Syrah, Merlot and Alicante to make delicious wines with a great balance. The winery at Domaine La Yole produces 700,000 litres every year. A team of 12 people put their passion and hard work together to bring 14 wines to the market for 11,000 customers a year.
Enjoy a Great Wine Experience at Domaine La Yole
Plan your next trip to Domaine La Yole. Along with tasting sessions of their amazing wines, the winery also offers a camping area, a spa, and many more activities. Be sure to book your visit in advance for a great wine experience.