Luxury Drinks

Maison Paul Jaboulet Aîné was created in 1834 through the magical combination of a fertile land on a hillside by the Rhône and a family with a passion for winemaking.
Over the years, the Domaines Paul Jaboulet Aîné took possession of the best denominations of the northern Rhône Valley, including Hermitage and Crazes Hermitage, but also Saint-Joseph, Cornas and Saint-Peray, and then Côte Rotie and Condrieu.

In 2006, the Preys family, a long-standing family in the Champagne region and owners of Chateau La Lagune in Bordeaux, took over the Maison Paul Jaboulet Aîné.
Caroline, the eldest daughter, works with her teams, where they use biodynamic methods in search of perfection.

Paralléle 45 Blanc

It has a combination of “outdoor” smells: fresh air, daisy, honeycomb, and wet grass. These aromatic pleasures are compressed and frozen on the palate, which reflects similar flavors in a leaner way, with crystalline citrus fruits, honey, acidity, and a limestone mineral finish.
The generosity of the nose is contrasted with the austerity of the palate, but this marked separation arouses curiosity and asks to taste more.

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Grenache Blanc, Marsanne, Viognier, Bourboulenc

Seafood, white meats such as chicken and turkey

Paralléle 45 Rouge

The Paralléle 45 is a perfect balance between the two great grape varieties of the Rhône valley: Syrah and Grenache Noir.
Good depth of dark color and ruby, with open and spicy red fruit nose.
On the palate, the wine is full of fruits, with a good balance between ripe and juicy fruits; rounded tannins.

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Grenache and Syrah

White and red meats, barbecues, and cheeses.

Cr. Hermitage Les Jalets Blanc

Fresh and smooth, Les Jalets Blanc de Crazes-Hermitage reveals the character of a mature and intense white.
Juicy, salivating, balanced, and fresh, it is delivered without restrictions with floral notes and white fruits.
It’s velvety and full of energy.
Bright gold color, on the nose presents aromas of crystallized lemon mixed with notes of marmelade.




100% Marsanne

White meats and vegetables.

Cr. Hermitage Dom. de Thalabert

This wine comes from the first vineyards belonging to Paul Jaboulet Aîné – bought in 1834. It also holds the distinction as the oldest vineyard of the denomination, considered to be the reference point for Crozes-Hermitage, with the ability to age for decades.
Violet ruby color, on the nose shows aromas of black fruits, blueberries and liquorice.
Extremely long, meaty, and sweet finishes, providing an intense mineral boost, a subtle nuance of pepper and juvenile tannins.

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100% Syrah

Game meats or risottos

Chateauneuf-du-Pape Les Cédres

The different terroirs that make up this cuvee represent the diversity of soils found in Châteauneuf du Pape.
The Grenache comes from clay and limestone terraces; the Mourvèdre is grown in more sandy soils; and the Cinsault is grown on the region’s famous pebbles. The nose is powerful and aromatic, with fruity notes and slightly to anise. In the mouth, the attack is frank with a good balance of freshness and notes of white fruit.
The finish is persistent with a sweet side.

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Grenache, Cinsault, Mourvedre

Game meats or risottos

Hermitage La petite Chapelle

The different portions of the properties, located on the hermitage hill, are vinified separately until the final assembly, which takes place one year after harvest.

Hence the 2 distinct cuvées of the Hermitage are developed, one of which is this “second vin” by the mythical La Chapelle.
With an almost black mantle, with a beautiful shine. The nose is intense and offers notes of sweet spices and pepper, flowers, and fruit jams.

The palate is powerful and balanced, where tannins are present but flexible.

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100% Shyrah

Lamb and goat dishes

Hermitage La Chapelle

Paul Jaboulet Aîné’s ex-libris! World renowned, it was named after the chapel built in the fourteenth century by a Crusader, on the slope of the Rhône, where today the vineyards grow.
Intense and compact ruby red color, it has a cheeky and complex aroma on the nose revealing the Syrah grape in its splendor.
The black fruits are numerous, sprinkled with sweet spices with an absolutely charming wood.
The palate is full and opulent to caress the tannins. The finish remains long and solid.

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100% Shyrah

Game meats or risottos