La Cour des Dames invites you
to discover its universe along with its collection of varietal wines
from Southern France's Pays d'Oc.

Do you know the troubadours ?
They were extremely skilled in the art of courting ladies…

In the Middle Ages, troubadours, celebrated poet-musicians, travelled around the villages of southern France.
They were devoted to lyric art in which they skilfully set the Occitan language to music.
Their favourite subject matters were love and women. Through song and rhyme based on clever combinations, their poems musically celebrated the fervour of love through plays on words and sonorities rounded out with a touch of humour…
They were extremely skilled in the art of courting ladies…
Learned and often of noble origins,
troubadours were also great wine connoisseurs, which they praised with similar lyricism during banquets held in their honour.

La Cour des Dames wines, hailing from different Pays d’Oc terroirs, pay homage to this illustrious period during which these poets courted ladies while at the same time introducing their audiences to wine tasting.
By combining wines, gastronomy, music and poetry, they were the precursors of a certain Mediterranean art of living that has lasted to the present day.

Our wines

Hailing from the Languedoc’s finest terroirs from the foothills of the Cévennes mountains to the Upper Aude Valley,
La Cour des Dames offers elegant, fruity, expressive, harmonious wines just waiting to be discovered!



The Languedoc-Roussillon is one of the world’s largest and oldest wine-producing regions. It is part of Occitanie and spans four departments in Southern France: the Gard, Hérault, Aude and Pyrénées-Orientales.
Its landscapes offer incredible diversity given that the region extends from the Pyrenees in the southwest to the Cévennes mountains in the northeast, the Montagne Noire to the north and the Mediterranean coast to the south. The soils are very diverse, composed of rounded pebbles, sandstone, marls, clay, schist and even sand.
Half of this unique viticultural area is devoted to the production of Pays d’Oc wines. This regional appellation, an IGP (Indication Géographique Protégée), allows for the production of 58 grape varieties of which Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault are the principal representatives.
Since its creation, La Cour des Dames wines have been sourced from carefully selected production areas for what they lend to the wine: freshness, complexity or roundness. The blending of grapes hailing from different areas of production allows us to craft balance, fruity, elegant wines that are faithful to their varietal. Get to know the La Cour des Dames range of varietal wines…


Being able to offer a collection of fruity, elegant, round, balanced varietal wines year after year is quite an art!

It is truly an art: selecting the plots which will yield the finest fruit, then making the cuvées before blending them to find the perfect balance between roundness and acidity, all the while respecting each varietal’s typicity. Behind La Cour des Dames, Hilde Chevillot, a passionate, experienced winemaker, works her magic.


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Our Merlot is tasted in any season, don’t hesitate to accompany it with stuffed tomatoes, lasagna or other traditional or spicy dishes. Thank you @thewifeofjamie for sharing!

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See you at Vinexpo Bordeaux 2019 !

The La Cour des Dames wines will be presented at the  international professional fair, Vinexpo Bordeaux which will be held from the 13rd to the 16th May 2019.

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See our wines La Cour des Dames at Prowein 2019

We will be at the largest wine and spirits professional fair in the world, from the 17th to the 19th March at Düsseldorf. Come and taste our wines stand n°11J20, hall 11!

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