• Domaine Bérêche et Fils

    Domaine Bérêche et Fils

    Raphaël et Vincent BERECHE Raphaël and Vincent Bérêche are part of the Champagne rising stars. They joined their father Jean in the family estate in 2004 and since then they put tremendous efforts to constantly increase the quality of their work and wines. Since 2013 the estate became NM (négociant manipulant) in order to increase the production of the Brut Réserve. Grapes are selected...
  • Domaine Berthaut-Gerbet

    Domaine Berthaut-Gerbet

    Amélie BERTHAUT Amélie Berthaut inherited all of her father’s vineyard (Domaine Denis Berthaut) and part of her mother’s vineyard (Domaine François Gerbet). It forms a 16 hectares vineyard spread from Vosne-Romanée to Fixin, where domaine Berthaut-Gerbet is located. Besides, Fixin is the heart of the domaine and probably what makes it very interested to follow – good quality Fixin being pretty hard to find....
  • Domaine Guiberteau

    Domaine Guiberteau

  • Domaine du Coulet

    Domaine du Coulet

    Matthieu BARRET Installed since 1998, Matthieu Barret, 40 years old young winemaker, exploits 20 hectares spread on Cornas and Côtes-du-Rhône but everything remain in Cornas village. He also buys a few grapes from fellow organic winemakers to increase his range. The vines in Cornas are planted on terraces exposed towards the Levant with a soil made up of very degraded old granite named “gore”....
  • Domaine Violot-Guillemard

    Domaine Violot-Guillemard

    Thierry VIOLOT-GUILLEMARD This small domaine is working on some of the best terroirs of the Côte de Beaune with some very high quality rootstock. Their plot of Pommard Premier Cru la Platière has for example been planted in 1936 and they also own the smallest monopole Premier Cru in Pommard with their Clos Derrière Saint Jean. Thierry is a passionate man and is engaged...
  • Domaine Henry Pellé

    Domaine Henry Pellé

    Paul-Henry PELLE Used to be seen as a poor Sancerre, Menetou-Salon is now hosting great winemakers producing vibrant wines at very good price. Domaine Henry Pellé is definitely one of them. Also, Paul-Henry Pellé is the fourth generation of this family estate. He organically farms 40 hectares of vines in the kimmeridgian-centric village of Morogues in the appellation of Menetou-Salon. The property is planted...
  • Château La Bergère

    Château La Bergère

    Camille BENOIST Camille Benoist and his father took over Chateau La Bergère in 1998. Since then, they rapidly adopted organic farming and increased drastically the quality of the wines to become one of the most look after producers in the Montagne - Saint-Emilion and Saint-Georges-Saint-Emilion appellations. Located 2km away from Saint Emilion, the vineyard lays on South East facing slopes. It’s planted with 85%...
  • Domaine Doyard

    Domaine Doyard

    Yannick and Guillaume DOYARD   The Doyard family can be rooted in Champagne back in the 17th century. Yannick Doyard takes over in 1979 and brings the domaine on the front scene of independent small growers. The vineyard is about 10 hectares of vines in Vertus and the Grand Cru villages of Le Mesnil, Cramant, Oger, Avize and Ay. The vines are farmed according...
  • Domaine Ganevat

    Domaine Ganevat

    Jean-Francois GANEVAT A generous and charismatic man, Jean-François Ganevat is a great artist with a big heart, able to understand every terroir better than anyone else. Above all, he’s Jura’s genie of the lamp and his wines make everyone fall in love. After experience in Burgundy, he took over the family’s vineyards in 1998. Fanfan (his nickname) is the 14th generation to work this...
  • Domaine Les Aurelles

    Domaine Les Aurelles

    Basile SAINT-GERMAIN Born in 1995 from the collaboration of two former Bordeaux winemakers, Karl Maguin (who worked at Latour) and Basile Saint-Germain (Haut Brion), the domaine is located in Caux near Pezenas in Languedoc. The vineyard covers 15 hectares spread in 5 parcels with average yield of 25 hl/ha. The varieties grown are fairly typical for the region, with Grenache, Mourvèdre, Syrah and Carignan...
  • Domaine de Marcoux

    Domaine de Marcoux

    Sophie, Catherine and Vincent ARMENIER The Armenier family’s roots in the region can be traced back to the 13th century although the Domaine is surprisingly new having been founded in 1989 from vineyards that have been in the family for generations. Domaine de Marcoux was a pioneer in organic and biodynamic farming long before it was fashionable and this is now overseen by Sophie’s...
  • Domaine Danjean-Berthoux

    Domaine Danjean-Berthoux

    Pascal DANJEAN Pascal bottled the estate's first vintage in 1993. Since then he increased the domaine’s holdings by planting more and more vines. Today the vineyard is about 12 hectares located mainly in the Givry 1er Cru appellation. Pascal also exploits 0.7 hectares in Mercurey and 1 hectare of Chardonnay. The vines are farmed conventionally under what might be called “lutte raisonnée”. Grass is...
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