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  • Les Vignobles Foncalieu
    Arzens, France
    Les Vignobles Foncalieu are like no other cooperative. Their technical teams include international talents who revel in this mosaic of huge terroirs. So it comes as no surprise to learn that Michel Bataille and the 1,200 winegrowing estate owners made the choice to produce upmarket wines. In order to achieve excellence in terms of quality, they have invested in cutting-edge facilities.
  • Alsace Willm
    Barr, France
    Our vineyard is in the Barr region in northern Alsace, shielded by the Vosges which protect it from most of the rain coming from the west and creating a very sunny micro-climate. Historically, The Barr vines are mentioned for the first time in an 8th century document from the Fulda Abbey in Germany. The soils are for the most part granitic and clay-calcareous which confer freshness and finesse to the wines. The vineyard practises integrated farming which means finding the perfect balance between the vines, the soils and the climate, respecting nature and the environment.
  • Boisset La Famille de Grands Vins
    Nuits Saint Georges Cedex, France
    Since it was founded by Jean-Claude Boisset in 1961, Boisset has developed in an innovative manner, improving quality, increasing the range and constantly conquering new markets.
  • Bonfils
    Capestang, France
    Wine growers through the generations since 1870, Jean-Michel Bonfils and his three sons, Olivier, Laurent and Jérôme, share their passion for wine and terroir with you throughout their 19 family estates which spread over 1 400 hectares of vineyard in Languedoc Roussillon and Bordeaux.
  • Champagne Charles Heidsieck
    Reims, France
    As the centuries pass, the influence of Charles’ charm continues. His ambitions have driven his descendants. His choices have defined the identity of the House, rendering it unique and immediately recognisable among the competition. In 2011, ownership of the House transfers to the Descours family, whose only ambition is to make it the very best.
  • Chateau De Santenay SAS
    Santenay, France
    Over the years, the Chateau de Santenay has been working on diversifying its wines using the noble Burgundian grape varieties, Pinot Noir for its red wines and Chardonnay for its whites. The estate covers about 97 hectares (over 239 acres) and is considered one of the best in the Greater Burgundy area. The ownership of a number of appelations means the estate is able to supply a wide variety of different products under different appelations.
  • Domaine Christian Moreau Pere & Fils
    Chablis, France
    From reasonable to organic winegrowing - Since 2010, we have been going toward the Biological Farming Attestation in all our vineyards. This certification is the logical end to the evolution of our methods of cultivation which started in 2001, and tends to take good care of the wines, the harvest, our environment and the future generations.
  • Domaine de La Pousse d'Or
    Volnay, France
    According to historians, our wines were already known in the 4th century. In the 13th century, Philip the Bold, forbade the plant 'Gamay' in favour of 'Pinot' to better ensure the quality of our wines. Later, his little son Philip VI of Valois, was to deliver 72 barrels of Volnay by Duke Eudes, which he sent to the Royal Court.
  • Domaine De La Vougeraie
    Premeaux Prissey, France
    La Vougeraie is also about creativity and a more modern vision of Burgundy. This is exemplified by the enigmatic Bollery plot; “La Grande Famille”, a unique blend of premier and grand crus produced in 2000; “Réunion de Famille”, a cuvée of village wines in 2001; and “Fête de Famille”, the estate’s first sparkling grand vin, unveiled in 2008. The family spirit lives on as does that of the Cîteaux monks in Vougeot, ever moving towards greater heights.
  • Domaine du Mortier
    Saint-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil, France
    Domaine Mortier is a small, 9 hectare vineyard located in the Saint Nicolas de Bourgeuil AOC which lies between Angers and Tours. The two brothers Fabien and Cyril Boisard started Domaine du Mortier nearly ten years ago, at a very young age, and while they may not be from a winemaking family, they have been making outstanding wines for quite some time. They are passionate about developing the life of the soil and plant crops within their vineyard to enhance the diversity of the soil and the flavours found in the wine. This is a very practical method to promote eco-diversity and create stunning wine.
  • Domaine Jones
    Paziols, France
    I want my wines to capture the scents and textures of this wonderful landscape – the whites, the freshness of springtime in Languedoc, and the reds, laced with hints of the herbs and spices of the bucolic south. Whilst I use traditional, down-to-earth farming methods, and want my vineyards to express themselves naturally, I’ve also employed new, innovative wine making techniques to enhance the character of the wines.
  • Domaine Les Yeuses
    Meze, France
    The vines are cultivated in a traditional way: size, ploughing, harvesting and processing are performed by permanent staff. The winery is equipped with modern equipment for producing wines of very high quality stainless steel front, stemmer, pneumatic press, cold, enamelled tank and stainless steel barrel aging cellar and storage buildings.
  • Domaine Olivier Antoine & Rachel
    Santenay, France
    For a few years now, Antoine and Rachel Olivier have been managing all of the activities of the Domaine with one aim: combining modernity and respect of Burgundian soils; and with the hope that you will enjoy tasting our wines as much as we enjoyed making them. No chemical weeding, ploughing, biological control, yield control and manual grape picking in order to obtain the soundest and ripest grapes which can fully express the characteristics of their soils.
  • Du Chateau Brown SCEA
    Leognan, France
    Château Brown, as its name suggests, bears testimony to the close links that have always existed between the Bordeaux region and the Anglo-Saxons. Founded in the late Middle Ages when Aquitaine belonged to England, Château Brown owes its name to the wealthy Scottish wine trader John Lewis Brown, who settled in Bordeaux in the late 18th century. An enthusiast of wines and art, this epicurean passed on not only his name but also his passions to his grandson, the animal painter John Lewis Brown.
  • Ferraton Pere et Fils SAS
    Tain L'Hermitage, France
    Cornerstone challenge to time, public land has always been home to the cellar and winery Ferraton Father & Son. House owns the appellations Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage and Saint-Joseph. His expertise also extends to other lands renowned she makes wine grapes and wines student: Cote Rotie, Condrieu, Cornas , Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Cotes du Rhone, Cotes du Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu and Tavel.
  • Gerrard Bertrand
    Narbonne Cedex, France
    The founding principles behind Gérard Bertrand's wines date back to 1992 with the creation of the enterprise. In fact, at the end of his rugby career, Gérard Bertrand decided to create a business reuniting the best winemakers of the Languedoc in order to give a new dimension to his own winemaking activities.
  • Laurent Perraud
    Clisson, France
    Winemakers from father to son for over seven generations in a unique site, since renamed the Napoleonic era, and Sylvie Laurent Perraud welcome you to their winery located on the slopes of the most prestigious vineyard Nantais. philosophy By Laurent Perraud practice culture techniques by reasoned respect vines, the terroir and the environment and to monitor performance and optimize quality. The charter "TERRA Vitis" mode ensures quality production respecting the environment. This wine is made ??from grapes grown according to specific rules with traceability of cultural practices verified by an independent body.�
  • Maison Albert Bichot SA
    Beaune Cedex, France
    Albert Bichot owns four estates set at the heart of four great viticultural regions that make up Burgundy: Chablis, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, and Côte Chalonnaise. Each estate consists of vineyards cultivated with sustainable practices, as well as facilities and teams devoted to the making and ageing of the region’s wines.
  • Pisani-Ferry Edouard SCEA
    Parnay, France
    Both the varietals we planted are the noble varietals of the Loire Valley: The Cabernet Franc for Saumur-Champigny, which is known for its ideal development on clay and limestone soils with a northern climate, and its delicate and elegant wines; the Chenin Blanc for the Saumur Blanc and Coteaux de Saumur: very typical of the region, its big “personality” wonderfully represents the soils of our vineyard. Those two varietals are planted with at least 5000 vine-plants per hectare.
  • Saget La Perriere SA
    Pouilly sur Loire, France
    aget La Perrière, the leading premium Loire Valley winery, is 9th Generation Family owned and managed. They are continuously exploring the best expression of Sauvignon Blanc both Sancerre and Pouilly Fume. Quality and respect of nature have always been the philosophy of Saget La Perrièret. Brought up in the vineyards, the Saget brothers; Jean-Louis and Christian, learned from a very young age to love and respect the soil. Saget La Perrière sources two-thirds of the production in the Loire Valley from their estates with the remainder from long-term relationships with families of vine growers.

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