Domaine de la Dentelle
The Domaine La Dentelle offers an elegant journey through a hamlet lost in the vineyards. A real trip for the senses thanks to some surprising wines. A discovery of new flavours. And above all, the opportunity to share a passion that has been passed down through the generations.
The little village of Gravelles, with its steep hillsides and AOC Bugey-Cerdon vineyards is perfectly located between the Beaujolais and Savoie, in the French department of Ain. This sunny valley is also where you'll find the lush-green vines of the Domaine de la Dentelle.
Marcel Perinet was the very first sommelier in France in 1977, and thanks to his passion for wine, love for the land and loyalty to tradition, he created the estate in 2011. The story began with just a few vine plots, a handful of volunteers and a lot of hard work. Now, several years later, the Domaine de la Dentelle stretches over more than 6 hectares and they produce an average of around 40,000 bottles per year.
For Marcel Perinet, quality is a top priority and he produces unique wine, made according to traditional methods. A fine and delicate sparkling rosé. Aroma, taste and colour.