Domaine Durieu is a relatively new estate in the Southern Rhone Valley. It was created in 1976 when Lucile Avril, the mother of Paul Durieu gave him a few hectares of vines to get his career as a wine producer going. Shortly after that, Paul Durieu added an additional 5 hectares of vines, built a cellar and wine making facilities and Domaine Durieu was born. Since 1976, Paul Durieu managed to continue to expand their vineyards to its current 37 hectare size. Today, sone Vincent is now in charge of the domaine. Today, Domaine Durieu owns 37 hectares of vines in Chateauneuf du Pape. The vineyard has old vines with the oldest vines being Grenache that was planted all the way in 1914. 36 hectares are devoted to the production of red wine and one hectare is used to grow grapes for white wine.
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