Domaine Saint-Roch, wine production specialists in the Vaucluse

We welcome you to the Domaine Saint-Roch to taste our exceptional wines.

Don't miss the opportunity to sample our winery’s distinguished Côtes-du-Rhône vintages.


Our domain is located between Mont Ventoux and the Dentelles de Montmirail situaded on a a clay-limestone terroir. This unique landscape is composed of grey clays, rolled pebble soils, and Miocene sand. It's a privileged terroir recognized for the controlled designation of origin in the Rhône Valley.

  • The muscat of Beaumes-de-Venise, grown on Miocene saffron soil (a preferred terroir for the Muscat White and Red grape variety), extends over four municipalities : Beaumes-les-Venise, La Fare, La Roque-Alric, Suzette.
  • The Beaumes-de-Venise, with its unique 250 million-year-old soil consisting of sedimentary triads of limestone and iron-and magnesium-rich red marls, extends over the municipalities.
  • Le Vacqueyras s'étend entre les communes de Sarrians et de Vacqueyras sur un sol d'argiles grises et de galets roulés.
  • Le Vacqueyras a obtenu la charte HVE (haute valeur environnementale) 



Aligned with the rhythm of the seasons, our wine production process allows us to craft wines that boast a myriad of flavors.

We follow strict guidelines to obtain quality products and we have been awarded the HVE (high environmental value) charter :


We carry out :

  • Disbudding to reduce yields and thin out the stumps
  • Lifting for trellised plots (about 80% of the estate)
  • Shoot thinning
  • Green harvesting for over-productive plots or young vines.

We also use tractors for tilling the soil, trimming the shoots and spraying.

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From mid-July onwards, we harvest table grapes, starting with prima and then cardinal, followed by Danlas, Muscat d'Hambourg and Alphonse Lavallée.


At the end of August, we have an overlap of harvests, table grapes, wine grapes (beginning, Muscats)


Once the harvest is in, we're ready to make the new vintage.



In autumn, our vineyards take a break to enjoy the last of the sunshine.

But on the estate, the olive harvest is gettint underway.

In the winery, life is busy with the decanting, racking and blending processes.


In winter, we prune and crush the vine shoots.

We also tie up the young plantations, prune the olive trees and maintain the soil by ploughing with a tractor.

In the cellar, it's time to start blending, which is the winemaker's key task.

Don't hesitate to contact us for more details about our vineyards.

Discover also our wine cellar.

167 route d'Aubignan Chez Mr Meissonnier

84190 Beaumes-de-Venise