Condrieu “La Galopine” Blanc (Viognier)

Saint-Joseph “Les Challeys” Blanc


Tavel “La Comballe” Rosé


Cotes-du-Ventoux Rouge

Cotes-du-Rhone “Saint Esprit” Rouge

Crozes-Hermitage “Les Launes” Rouge

Saint-Joseph “Francois de Tournon” Rouge

Cote-Rotie “Seigneur de Maugiron” Rouge

Hermitage “Domaine des Tourettes” Rouge

Grignan les Adhemar Rouge

Chateauneuf du Pape “Haute Pierre” Rouge

Crozes-Hermitage “Les Grands Chemins” Rouge

Cornas “Chante Perdrix” Rouge

Hermitage “Marquise de la Tourette” Rouge

Single Vineyard

Condrieu “Clos Boucher” Blanc

Saint-Joseph “Sainte Epine” Rouge

Hermitage “Les Bessards” Rouge

Crozes-Hermitage Le Clos” Rouge

Cote-Rotie “La Landonne” Rouge


Muscat de Beaumes de Venise



Product Description

This is a firm that has surged ahead in quality over the last 15 years, and their southern Rhone selections are increasingly impressive, including some excellent bargains

– Robert Parker

Delas Freres is a winery of tradition and renewal. Founded 160 years ago in the heart of the northern Côtes du Rhône, Delas wines are crafted by a panel of experts headed by winemaker Jacques Grange. Together, the team makes wines that have been heralded for their intensity of flavour and excellent value. Delas maintains a philosophy of preserving the authentic characteristics of each appellation through separate vinification of the fruit from each vineyard.

Additional Information




Rhône Valley


Côtes Du Rhône

Additional Appellations

Beaumes De Venise, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Condrieu, Cornas, Côte Rotie, Crozes-Hermitage, Hermitage, Saint-Joseph


Jacques Grange – Winemaker



Vineyard Size

North 3,000 ha, South 73,000 ha

Wine category

Red Wine, Rosé Wine, Sweet Wine, White Wine

The winery was founded in 1835 when Charles Audibert and Philippe Delas bought Maisons Junique, a 40-year-old winery which they renamed Audibert & Delas. The house's reputation spread quickly worldwide as the winery brought home numerous awards from international competitions, notably a gold medal at Sydney in 1879.

Philippe Delas had two sons, Henri and Florentin. The latter married the daughter of Charles Audibert, further strengthening the bond between the two families. In 1924, the brothers succeeded to the founders and changed the name of the house to Delas Freres.

After World War II, under Florentin's son Jean and thanks to the widespread apreciation of French wines, the family house experienced rapid growth. Jean visited new export markets, neglected by his father and uncle following the brilliant success of Philippe Delas and Charles Audibert. To ensure a regular supply of the highest quality grapes to satisfy the growing demand, he extended the family holdings by enlarging the Hermitage vineyards.

In 1960, when his son Michel took control of Delas Freres, the winery had become one of the major houses in the Northern Rhone.

In 1977, the firm of Delas Frères is bought by the Champagne firm of HYPERLINK "" \t "_blank" Deutz.

The winery is re-sited in Saint-Jean-de-Muzols, near Tournon-sur-Rhône, at the foot of the vineyards of Saint Joseph. General management, as well as commercial, marketing and administrative functions are grouped at the HYPERLINK "" \t "_blank" Deutz premises at Ay, in the Marne area of Champagne.

In 1993, both Deutz and Delas Frères became part of the Roederer Group, which decided to preserve their full autonomy in terms of management and commercial policy.

In 1996, Fabrice Rosset, VP of the Roederer Group of companies, is appointed Chairman & CEO of DELAS Frères & Champagne DEUTZ.

In 1997, Jacques Grange joined Delas as Chief Winemaker and Technical Director. Fabrice Rosset considered he had the man with the expertise and vision that were necessary to carry out the vast transformation of the winery he had decided. Many changes in winemaking and maturing techniques were also made until 2006.

Through patient work on the best “plot selections” (Les Bessards, La Landonne and Sainte Epine), Delas has been developing Top Wines of the Rhone Valley with devoted passion and stringent standards.

For those who visit the region, Delas Frères has also set out the specific characteristics of its wide range in a showcase which is a classical example of local stone architecture. The Delas showroom can be found in the Zone Artisanale of l’Olivet, near Saint-Jean de Muzols (07).

In March 2006, Delas purchased 18 hectares in the most famous localities of the Crozes-Hermitage appellation.The vineyard is located in the heart of the appellation’s area.

Under the expert guidance of its cellar master Jacques Grange, Delas thus perpetuates its heritage and strengthens its attachment to the terroir by developing its first estate wine with the Crozes-Hermitage appellation: “Domaine des Grands Chemins”.