The Odylée Estate
The Odylée Estate was created in December 2015 by Odile Couvert. It is composed of a fine ‘bastide’ –the main house- and a ‘mas’ –the outbuildings- with a vineyard which is currently being converted in order to make organic wine. There are fifteen hectares of AOP Côtes du Rhône vines – various grape varieties such as Syrah, Grenache, Carignan and Viognier
On the Odylée Estate, each vineyard has its own identity: the Carignan was planted in 1945, the Syrah is half a century old, the Grenache’s orientation is North-West and a young vine –Viognier and white Grenache- has recently been planted, in March 2017.
The variety of vines is part of the Odylée’s wealth, as it adds depth to the wines and gives them their personality – complex wines, ideal for laying down, the final result of each individual identity.