Located on the right bank of the Rhone river, in the department of the Gard, Laudun-Chusclan Vignerons is the result of a voluntary association of the Vignerons de Laudun (founded in 1925) and the Vignerons de Chusclan (founded in 1939), intended to create real synergy, resulting in new, ambitious shared projects.
The Laudun and Chusclan vineyards are among the oldest known. Praised by Olivier de Serres in the 16th century, the wines were enjoyed at the royal court during the reign of Louis XIV. Covering over 3,000 hectares, the Laudun-Chusclan vineyards are among the largest on the right bank of the Rhone, and boast an exceptional array of terroirs. Bordered by the course of several rivers, the vies thrive on the mountain terraces on the right bank of the Rhone and enjoy a moderate Mediterranean climate. This geographical feature gives rise to wines with surprising freshness.