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Domaine des Remizières - Cave Desmeure


Domaine des Remizières has been a family business for several generations. At its beginning, it had 4 hectares of vines, since it has grown a lot, to currently reach 36 hectares. In the early days, Alphonse managed the estate. From 1973 onwards, all the winemaking was done on the estate. His son Philippe took over in 1977 and decided to market the entire production. Expansion and modernisation work then gradually began. In 2005, Emilie, with her oenology diploma in hand, joined her father. In 2009, Emilie's brother Christophe joined the estate after obtaining his BTS in viticulture and oenology. It's a family job, with a clear sense of purpose and tasks.

The estate currently produces Crozes Hermitage Red and White, L'Hermitage Red and White and Saint Joseph Red, as well as a small amount of Vin de Pays/IGP. We offer different cuvées in these appellations.

The estate is spread over several communes: Mercurol, Crozes-Hermitage, Tain l'Hermitage, Larnage, La Roche de Glun as well as Saint Jean de Muzols and Vion for the Saint Joseph.

Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée

Crozes Hermitage, Hermitage, St Joseph.


Tours languages

  • French

Grouped tour

Guided group tours on request, Group tasting (charged for)

Individual tour

Individual tasting (free of charge)



Groups size: maximum 25 people

Languages spoken

  • French

Payment methods

  •  Bank/credit card
  •  Cash


From 01/12/2022 to 31/12/2023
on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 9 am and 12 pm and between 2 pm and 6.30 pm.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st, May 1st, May 8th, July 14th, August 15th, November 1st, November 11th and December 25th.


  •   Toilets
  •   Car park
  •   Coach parking
  •   Private parking
  •   Pets welcome
  •   Tourist brochures
  •   Guided tours
  •   Sales on site
  •   Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs


Group adults: from 10 €.

Interactive map

 1 km of the exit highway A7 of Tain l' Hermitage in the direction of Romans on the RD 532