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OUR WINES

Our work in the cellar aims to obtain unique, straight wines, expressing the terroir and the vintage. Our vinification içs natural and traditional, the wines are aged from 12 to 42 months in our cellars before being marketed.

LILY FLOWERS

Saint-Péray LYS FLORISSANT

In Saint-Péray, where sparkling wines have marked the history of France, Rémy Nodin signs a manifesto of elegance with this “Lys Florissant”. This authentic style wine from an exclusive vineyard, whose origins date back to the 13th century, is generous in its structure, in the flavors which combine freshness, smoothness and structure.
Brut nature, 0g/l de sugars
Unique edition of 712 bottles

The sommelier's pairings
  • Small rattes with foie gras and caviar
  • Scallops with langoustines
  • Pheasant with walnuts and dried apricots

LILY FLOWERS

Saint-Péray LE SUCHAT

It is the oldest vine on the estate, planted in 1936 by Ernest and Paul Nodin. This exceptional cuvée, mass selection of 80% Marsanne and 20% Roussanne, is bottled in a prestigious bottle. This place called “Le Suchat” stands on a sandy-silty hillside which is one of the historic soils of the Saint-Péray appellation. Each year, only 800 bottles are produced and give a wine with a fine complex nose, vanilla, toasted bread and a round and fresh mouth at the same time, notes of candied fruit, honey and hazelnut.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Quail stuffed with foie gras,
  • Duck breast with apricots,
  • Lamb tagine

SINGLE-PARCEL BASED

Cornas LES EYGATS

Cornas means “scorched earth” in Celtic. The granitic soils of volcanic origin give this appellation an exceptional character. Its landscape, its hills, the harshness of its soils and its climate sometimes forge rustic men and grapes. Once aged, polished by the winemaker, the wine becomes a bright ruby. When you open a bottle of Eygas, all the excellence and potential of Syrah is expressed.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Wild boar stew with cranberries
  • Braised pheasant with marsala and caramelized endives
  • Chocolate cake (the « Opera », the « Royal »)

SINGLE-PARCEL BASED

Le Saint-Joseph GUILHERAND

The Guilherand cuvée has a special charm, that of being produced on the southernmost parcels of the appellation, on limestone or even marl soil. This unique feature gives the wine a great aromatic finesse of small red fruits and sweet spices. On the palate, there is roundness, richness and some of the most elegant tannins in the estate.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Salmon on toast, verrine of avocado with chilli
  • Baked trout “en papillote”,
  • Fruit pie.

SINGLE-PARCEL BASED

Crozes-Hermitage LE MAZEL

“La Blache du Mazel” in the commune of Champis is the house where Ernest Nodin, founder of the estate, was born. The Nodin family had been plowing there for more than 300 years. This cuvée is a tribute to this place and to the deep agricultural roots of the Nodin family. A ruby color, a complex bouquet of black fruits, spices, a supple and greedy mouth accompanied by the typical structure of Syrah.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Rooster in wine
  • Bavette or tab with shallot
  • Sausage Rougail.

SINGLE-PARCEL BASED

Le Saint Peray ERNEST EXTRA BRUT

Since 1829, the great sparkling wines of Saint-Péray have been the apogee of this appellation. Fallen into oblivion after the two wars, this prestigious product almost disappeared. In 2011, Rémy Nodin wishes to perpetuate this local tradition and harvests the first grapes for the development of this traditional method.

Precursor of the Brut Nature category, the Extra Brut is a wine without added sugar, it expresses a Saint-Péray in its pure state. Rémy Nodin Extra Brut is a true illustration of the estate's know-how.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Salmon on toast, verrine of avocado with chilli
  • Baked trout “en papillote”,
  • Fruit pie.

SINGLE-PARCEL BASED

Saint-Péray COTEAU DE LA BEYLESSE

The vintage of the beginning, born in 2008, it comes from a selection of grapes, 100% Marsanne and on the hillside at a place called Beylesse. The richness of this wine comes from its clay-limestone soil, unique in the appellation. In our cellars, a selection of the best juices, vinified in barrels at low temperature and aged for 11 months on fine lees, gives it grilled notes and white fruits such as pear or apricot. It has a round mouth, smooth concentrated and supported by a well-adjusted mineral freshness.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Foie gras with confit onion,
  • Scallops on leek mousse,
  • Grilled prawns with Cajun spices,
  • Guinea fowl with morel cream
  • Ardèche cheeses: Picodons, goat cheeses…

THE CLASSICS

Saint-Péray

An association of 90% Marsanne and 10% Roussanne, this classic Saint-Péray is a selection of several localities, “La Beylesse”, “Grand Plantier” and “Julière”. Vinified for 1 month at low temperature and aged for 6 months in the cellar on fine lees, this cuvée offers floral and fruity notes with a supple, fresh and balanced attack.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Small sausage of brill with tomato coulis
  • Oysters fresh or gratinated in the oven
  • Picodon from the Ardèche / hot roasted goat cheese

THE CLASSICS

IGP Ardèche SEGOVELLAUNES

This Gallic people was located in the Rhone Valley. Their territory is confined in Drôme between the mountains of Tricastin to the south, those of Vercors to the east and the river of the Isère department to the north; in Ardèche between the Doux river to the north and the Eyrieux river to the south. The Gallic ethnonym sego means "victory, strength" and vellauno "leaders, commanders".
I find myself dreaming that these people worked the land where our grapes are produced today, and I tell myself that we are a bit part of this Segovellaunes people.
100% Syrah grown in the town of Saint-Péray. Deep purple in color with aromas of violets and small red fruits, a supple, silky mouthfeel with a slight tannic structure.

The sommelier's pairings
  • Aperitif, picnic and charcuterie, a great everyday bottle.