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Every month, we bring you a selection of media coverage of Domaine du Vallon des Glauges, our international estates in Sicily and South Africa, and the story of the Oddo family, owners of the Oddo Vins & Domaines group. These publications allow you to learn more about the Domaine's philosophy, our history, the conception of our wines and food and wine pairings.

  • Buzzolettres: It's magic! - Book Harvest Table - Elle magazine - 01/06/2023 - O.L. - Francesca Mantiovani / Gallimard ; Presse

If you like to travel, if you're curious about fine food, in short, if you love life, treat yourself to this album that puts...wine in your mouth! The Oddo family owns vineyards in Provence, Sicily, Spain and South Africa. They share with us astonishing landscapes and recipes from these different cultures, and recount a winegrowing savoir-faire that is faithful to an ethic: "To care for the vineyard as if it were a garden." "

Issue: June 1, 2023 P.18

  • Rosé wines: our selection of the best bottles (at all prices) - L'Express - 01/06/2023 - Philippe Bidalon

17- Domaine du Vallon des Glauges 2022 Coteaux-d'aix-en-provence

Nestled in the heart of the Alpilles mountains, this estate is the Oddo family's founding wine project. Restructuring, organic conversion and wine tourism have made the estate one of the finest names in the Aix appellation. Notes of orange blossom, walnut, white peach and spices. 12,50 €

Read the full article: https://bit.ly/3Y0T08U

  • Unusual dinner at the Domaine du Vallon des Glauges - Fréquence Sud.com - 05/06/2023 - Midimare

"On Friday, June 30, 2023, come and experience a magical summer evening at the Domaine du Vallon des Glauges for a candlelit dinner with an exceptional view of the surrounding countryside. In a breathtaking setting, Midimare and the Vallon des Glauges invite you to share a privileged experience around wine, music and gastronomy. "

Read the full article: https://bit.ly/44ws2rQ

  • Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence - Vins & Gastronomie Magazine - 07/06/2023

"Oddo Rosé 2022 - Domaine du Vallon des Glauges: Pale pink color. The nose is dominated by citrus and yellow fruit (peach, nectarine). The palate is fresh, well-balanced and greedy. On the palate, fruit and notes of yellow flowers. The finish is long and generous. "

Edition: Summer 2023 P.55

  • Absolute disconnection in the Alpilles vineyards - ToutMa Magazine - 09/06/2023

"Vallon des Glauges: how about extending the summer with a dreamy evening on the terrace? First, you need a setting: the estate's 1 modern building, with its pure lines and natural colors, houses a magnificent reception room facing the Apilles massif. Then there's an occasion to celebrate: wedding, christening, birthday, cocktail party or simply a romantic evening for two, the Domaine du Vallon des Glauges is the ideal setting for all your memories. Come and taste the estate's organic Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence and Alpilles wines, accompanied by cheese boards, terrines, tapenade and olives from the estate. In the evening, music and open-air cinema prolong the moment... And all that's left to do is watch the sun set from the exceptional panoramic terrace! A founding project of the Oddo family, natives of the region, the Domaine du Vallon des Glauges is seductive in its modernity. A timeless place to recharge your batteries until October. "

Edition: Summer 2023 P.46

  • TROPHÉES DE L'ŒNOTOURISME 2023 NOS LAURÉATS DU GRAND SUD - Terre de vins - 06/14/2023

"Domaine du Vallon des Glauges: Nestled in the heart of the Alpilles, at the foot of Mont Menu, a haven of peace in a completely renovated estate surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. From May to September, a wine bar allows you to enjoy the panorama with a glass in hand (from €4), to taste the Provencal production, which will be certified organic this year, as well as other wines from the Oddo estates in Sicily and South Africa, accompanied by tartines and aperitif platters (evenings, Tuesday to Friday.) Guided tour with five wines (from €18 on reservation.)

Edition: June 2023 P.8-9

  • 21 rosés from Provence and the South of France - 3 Étoiles Magazine - Valérie Faust - 06/17/2023

"Domaine du Vallon des Glauges - Oddo rosé 2022 - Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence. In 2015, Lorraine Oddo and her father discovered this estate nestled in the Alpilles and created Oddo Vins & Domaines to also establish themselves in Sancerrois, Sicily and South Africa. Balanced right from the start, this beautiful, luminous rosé, extremely pale, expresses itself with roundness and tone, on nectarine and citrus fruit... "

Edition: Summer 2023 P.114 - 117

  • Rosé from Languedoc, what a character! - Marmiton - Laurie Fourcade - 22/06/2023

"Provence neighbors. Other popular rosés include those from Provence. "While their color is often lighter than that of Languedoc wines, they nonetheless offer a beautiful aromatic palette, with lightness and freshness, and they go perfectly with fish. Syrah, Grenache and Counoise are the main grapes used," explains Lorraine Oddo, winemaker at Domaine du Vallon des Glauges in the Alpilles mountains. "

July - August 2023 P.32 - 34

  • Rosés: Le Monde's selection - Le Monde Magazine - 06/22/2023

"PROVENCE - Le Vallon des Glauges, Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence, 2022

Provence rosés can be skilful, fresh and accessible, and this one is a clear testament to that. The estate is new, full of enthusiasm and assets. This elegant rosé boasts citrus notes that pair with as many dishes as situations. In short, a chameleon rosé that's always good to have around! 13.50 €. vallondesglauges.com "

Read the full article: https://bit.ly/44Q6bLX

  • In Vino Veritas - Les raisins de l'été - L'art de vivre selon Le Figaro - Alicia Dorey, Ella Lister and Valérie Faust - 06/27/2023

"Domaine du Vallon des Glauges - Iris rosé 2022 - Provence - Vin de pays des Alpilles

A vinous rosé with aromas of red fruits, gently spiced, evolving towards lychee and citrus, with roundness, acidity and volume on the palate, and a sweet, saline finish. Price €11 - F rating: 90.5/100 "

July 2023 Edition - P.102,104,106,108

  • AND WHAT DO YOU DRINK WITH IT? - àcroquer Magazine - Charlotte Gulgnand - 06/28/2023

"When we talk about frying in general, we think of crispiness first, then salt, which would be more the friend of wine, then fat. The wine that accompanies your fritters will have a role to play: dissolve the sensation of fat in your mouth, and highlight the fritter's filling. Choose a fresh, crisp white wine for vegetable, white meat or fish fritters. If the fritters are spicy
or accompanied by spicy sauces, step up your game by opting for rosé, which will add a little fruitiness. Be wary of red wine
as it is greasy, and the spices and tannins could flop.

AOP Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence - Oddo blanc 2022, Domaine du Vallon des Glauges, €13.50 "

Issue: July - September 2023 P.98-100

  • Le Goût de l'Été - Cuisine et Vins de France - 06/28/2023

"Our pairing suggestion: IGP Alpilles, Domaine Vallon des Glauges, Vendanges d'Automne, 21€. Grape varieties 50% viognier and 50% rolle. A sweet white wine with exotic banana and pineapple aromas and a hint of vanilla. Its smoothness softens the freshness of the granita.


250 ml milk - 600 g mixed berries - 80 g agave syrup - homemade whipped cream or spray - 8 mini-meringues

1. Blend 400 g of red fruit with the agave syrup.
2. Pass the mixture through a fine sieve to remove the seeds and mix with the milk. Pour into a dish and freeze for 1 h.
3. Mix with 1 fork and return to the freezer for a further 2 h, scraping once or twice.
4. Divide the granita between 4 glasses, add a dome of whipped cream, the rest of the fresh red fruit and the crushed meringues.
TIP: to make homemade whipped cream, whip 25 cl of cold full-fat cream with 30 g of powdered sugar.

Issue: July - August 2023 P.101

  • Pampres et papilles - VSD Magazine - Marie Grézard - 06/30/2023

"Wine and gastronomy are inseparable. The Oddo family, owners of several wine estates in France and abroad, has published a book of recipes, specialties and culinary creations from their chosen terroirs. When Pascal and his daughter Lorraine visited Domaine du Vallon des Glauges, in the Coteaux d'Aix, it was love at first sight. Seventy-five hectares nestled in a delightful hillside, where vines and olive trees flourish. The estate primarily produces rosés, but also whites and reds, historic pillars of Provencal culture. Other estates will follow, such as Sancerre, where their grapes and wines are vinified by the well-known Pascal and Clément Jolivet. And then further afield: Sicily, South Africa in the Stellenbosch region, Spain in Rioja Alavesa. A large family united by a concern for excellence and a hedonistic art of living. Following in their footsteps as globetrotting owners, we are invited to their tables, thanks to this beautiful book, freshly translated into French and just awarded the title of Best International Book 2023 by the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. "

July 2023 P.86-87