We are a young family, making wine in the Rhône valley in France. There's a summary in the brand guide, please have a look.
We make wines in different AOC (Saint Joseph, Cornas) and Vin de pays wines from Sarah, Marsanne, etc - white and red. Prices going from 12€ / 15US$ to 40€ / 50US$. The whole story of the names of our wines revolve around the History of Food. Rue des Poulies, is the name of our first wine in Saint Joseph (Syrah, red) - it translates as Pulleys Street - it is the name of the first ever restaurant that opened in France, in 1765 (right before the French revolution). it is in the heart of Paris, between the Saint Honorée street, crossing Rivoli street, and joining the Quay of the Seine river. Rue des poulies name has disappeared, and this street is now called Rue Du Louvre, as it stands right behind the museum. Now, this restaurant (which name has been forgotten), was the first to serve only food (no bed like a tavern), with fixed prices presented on a board in the street, and with a tablecloth - it use to serve meat broths of all sorts.
Rue des Poulies will be sold around the 20€ / 25US$.
All the other wines of the winery will carry names with culinary historical elements, as we wanted to introduce a food indulgence side to our story. In our logo, this is brought with the snake that symbolises the temptation (of Eve and Adam), while the vegetal shows our link to nature and the organic way we produce our wines, also thinking of the next generations showed by the hourglass which also shows past times.
As a new wine family we didn't have any land or vines in heritage, so it is up to us to ancre our story in elements that speak to us: food, nature, time past and future. you'll note as well we are called 'family' and not domaine or chateau, as we start from stretch and didn't want to pretend to have a long past history behind us with wine.