Cooperative Wine Cellar of Coteaux d'Ansouis was created in 1925 by a small number of growers.

Since then many expansion campaigns, development and modernization were made. Today, the capacity of the cellar is 64,700 hectoliters. The number of members is 67 wineries, for a total production area of ​​450 ha. Most of this area has Protected Designation of Origin "Luberon" ; The main grapes are Syrah, Grenache and Cinsault Black for red and rosé wines, and Grenache Blanc, Vermentino and Ugni Blanc for white wines.
Our winery also produces wines with Protected Geographical Indication, with the same grapes as for AOP, but also Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Caladoc Marselan for red wines, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc wines whites.
Production ratios: 30% and 70% of PDO PGI. In the past, the production of red wines had a majority. Today, the trend is increasing production of rosé wines, which now account for 50-60% of production.


Policy oh the winery

Policy Cave is now clearly oriented Quality with since 2010, enrollment in the AgriConfiance approach, and since 2014 ISO9001.

This first control policy Upstream , a selection of plots for the orientation of the grapes to produce wines well defined, and managing a optimal quality of harvest, in the context of the commitment of members in a specification based on rational control, and respect for the environment. Filmography It is also to control the political Product ensuring production tracking for the parcel until wine conditioning and respecting the rules of hygiene and safety. The objective of this policy is twofold: get the satisfaction of our customers and sustain operations of the members. The tasting room meets the requirements of the charter of quality home in the cellar "Rhone Valley, land of Welcome. Visit us!



Monday to friday
8 to 12am & 2pm to 6pm

8 to 12am

L'équipe de la cave

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André AUBERT peintre du Luberon,


Soirée anniversaire de la coopérative


Dans la cuverie...


Soirée SYRAH 2015

Médailles concours d'ORANGE 2016

Médailles et récompenses