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Domaine Hauvette - IGP Alpilles - Dolia - Blanc - 2017


Country / Region: Provence

Vintage: 2017

Name: IGP Alpilles

Grape variety: 40% Marsanne, 30% Roussanne, 30% Clairette

Alcohol: 12 vol.

Color: White

Capacity: 75 cl


3 stars in the Guide Des Meilleurs Vins de France 2023 RVF
Domaine rated 4 stars in the Guide Bettane + Desseauve 2023


The 2017 white IGP Alpilles Dolia , a trio of Marsanne, Roussanne, and Clairette, releases gentle notes of infusion, fennel, and anise, with a slightly smoky touch. This white wine beautifully showcases the trilogy of the northern Alpilles in an expression of fresh fruit that reveals itself gradually, unleashing its brilliance, finesse, and elegance in a deep body. It's a complex, precise, and expressive white wine, ready to be enjoyed now with oven-baked fish. Rated 95/100 by RVF.


Hand-harvested, direct pressing without de-stemming, fermentation in ovoid vats, aged for 12 months in ovoid concrete vats on fine lees. Unfiltered wine.

Certified organic wine.


Intense golden yellow.


Aromas of citrus, white fruit, infusion and fennel.


Precise and expressive, this wine is full-bodied and complex.


Serve between 10 and 12°C.

Food and wine pairing:

White meats with creamy sauces, veal or pork stewed with savory, lobster with tarragon butter.

Cellar aging:

From now until 2028

Dominique Hauvette is a central figure in Provence, tending to her vineyards for over 30 years with the same energy, patience, and sensitivity. Biodynamic farming, low yields, a gentle winemaking process without artificial additives and without sulfur, along with meticulous aging in tanks, barrels, large wooden casks, and concrete eggs, result in wines of superb expression, infused with a vibrant style regardless of the cuvée.

This sensitive winemaker has now become one of the most respected figures in Provence, with accolades including Winemaker of the Year 2020 by RVF (La Revue du Vin de France) and a 3-star rating in the Green Guide. Her iconic personality leaves no one indifferent.