Family traditions from 1780
One of the oldest family estates in the Southern Rhone Valley, dating back to 1780. Coralie Goumarre represents the 9th generation and is the first woman to be at the helm of the winery since 1995. She gave a new impetus to the Galévan estate, bringing in a focus on sustainability.
With a total of 60 hectares, 56 of which are in vines, Coralie grows all the great Rhone grape varieties such as Grenache, Mourvedre, Roussanne and Marsanne. The estate produces high quality grapes in small quantities and organically grown. The philosophy of Coralie is that you can only have great wines only by growing healthy, quality grapes, with a minimalist winemaking approach in the cellar.