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The Old World and the charm of its heritage is always worth coming back to. We are delighted to bring you our internationally-acclaimed winemakers and wineries from the most legendary wine country, France.
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Fortant de France
Fortant de France brings a simple new way to understand the diversity and richness of the Languedoc: three main zones with shared characteristics that combine the three influences of soil, climate and human hands.
Robert Skalli inherited his passion for wine and terroir from his father Francis. He was 24 when he came to settle in southern France in 1974. Over the years, he has developed his knowledge of the wines of the region and propounded its potential.
A family business that has dedicated itself to the noble craft of champagne-making since 1859.
Champagne pioneers, Duval-Leroy has always been driven by a quest for high standards and innovation in every aspect of the business, from quality, consistency and certification through to partnerships with sommeliers and chefs.
Lionel Osmin & Co has become the sole transversal signature of the wines from the South West and their vineyards whose secrets have not all yet been uncovered. The result is a range of wines whose characteristics are faithful to our region and which are made to share the joy of discovering the vines and wines that we love so much.
Château Gantonnet dates from the 19th century, situated in Sainte Radegonde, a small village with its origins in the Middle Ages. In the Entre-deux-Mers region, 20 km from Saint-Emilion and 60 km from Bordeaux. Close to the Dordogne river, the states of 83 hectares is overlooking the village where it enjoys excellent exposure to the sun.
Croix de Labrie
Château Croix de Labrie is located in Saint-Emilion Grand Cru which inevitably think of Burgundy and its mosaic of plots and producers. Indeed, their vineyards cover around 5 acres in the heart of the appellation.
Axelle & Pierre Courdurié, winemakers and owners, have the passion and talent of those who, with infinite accuracy, express their wines by the depth and richness of the soils.
Henry Roch launched embarked in his great wine journey in 1988, at the age of 26. This soft-spoken, yet steel willed young man had a resolutely clear vision of the type of wine he wanted to bear his name -- pure, authentic expressions of his beloved PINOT NOIR.
One of the oldest and largest estate of Châteauneuf du Pape extending over 90 ha (220 acres) around the castle. The vineyard of Château La Nerthe was born in the XIVth century when vine culture spread over the area.
Luc Baudet, renowned winemaker and oenologue from Costières de Nîmes has launched in 2016 a new line of wines combining his expertise of the South of the Rhône Valley region and Francois Villard’s knowledge on the Northern Rhône vineyard.