The first vines on the land of the Alain Graillot estate were planted at the end of the 1960s. The vines are in the hands of a worker who arrived in France in 1962. In addition to the 17 hectares of vines he planted over the years. for years, especially between 1968 and 1973, he took care of fruit trees and exempted his farm animals. He grows and makes his own wine, but the aging and bottling is done by Maison Delas. Alain Graillot, a 40-year-old electrochemical engineer, moved to the mansion with his family in 1985. He entrusted the cultivation of the grapes to a worker who had worked at the estate since 1973, but he took care of it himself. When Alain Graillot finally acquired the property in 1988, he undertook the construction of a new wine cellar and an office. In 1989 he began his first year of brewing from A to Z, including bottling. Alain’s sons, Antoine and Maxime Graillot, are now in charge of all winemaking work in the cellar, which covers an area of more than 20 hectares, which illustrates the long-term potential of Crozes-Hermitage. Produce simple and fruity wines. Located in the center of the alluvial plain of pebbles and pure gravels of La Roche-de-Glun, the estate produces Syrahs that are more delicate and structured than most of the region's wines. The advantage of wines is the instant pleasure they provide, even though they can undergo a decade of complex aging.