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Our estates and winemakers

Our estates are located all over France, from the Loire Valley to Alsace, to Languedoc in the South. Season after season, year after year, our exceptional winemakers strive to produce excellence and express the beauty of their terroir through their wine. We present to you here some of our estates and its winemakers.


Domaine de la Butte

Loire Valley

Domaine de la Butte of the iconic Jacky Blot in Bourgueil, Loire Valley. This wonderful estate was acquired by Jacky in 2002 and the interesting thing for him was that it is on a 'Butte' (hill).

Domaine Kirrenbourg


Biodynamic producer with the creation of the Kirrenbourg project, the estate has relocated in Kientzheim at the bottom of the famous Grand Cru Schlossberg.


Domaine Lathuilière-Gravallon


Cédric and his wife Cathy now lead the 5th generation of the family estate.

A total of 10ha of vineyards in the North of Beaujolais are spread over many different plots.


Domaine du Tunnel

Rhône Valley

Stéphane established his estate in 1994 on the very steep granite slopes of Cornas and St Peray.

The 11ha of vineyards are all manually worked by hand.

His benchmark wines are intense, elegant and textural, which is why it is considered as some of the best in Northern Rhône.


Domaine Sophie Cinier


Sophie took over this very small family estate in 2000.
The vineyard is admirably managed by hand on many different plots.
Quality over quantity, Sophie produces only in small batches, but with the priority of making great value, high quality South Burgundy wines.

Domaine Charles Frey


Biodynamic culture being the core of Domaine Charles Frey's philosophy, it consists in ensuring the balanced and harmonious conditions between the soil, plant and its surroundings.

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Comtes de Dampierre


Champagne Comtes de Dampierre is one of the smallest "Grande Maison" in size but one of the best in quality.

Despite its size, the Dampierre family tradition is rich and has been passed down from generation to generation for over 700 years

Château Clarisse


Owned by Olivia and Didier Le Calvez, Château Clarisse stretches over 21 hectares in area and is committed to the biodiversity of the region and its pride in organic agriculture approaches.

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Château l'isle fort


Covering 9 hectares, the vineyard allows high-precision viticulture, which is carried out by the talented Stéphane Derenoncourt.

Without making any compromises, Chateau l'Isle Fort has now regained its reputation of producing the best wines of Entre-Deux-Mers.

Domaine Clavel


Managed by Estelle and Pierre Clavel, the estate is always evolving with the aim to produce the best grapes organically. 


Clos Bagatelle


Siblings Christine and Luc manage this beautiful historic family estate that dates back to 1623 and is passed down from generation to generation.

Passionate and meticulous, they produce some high quality wines that are true to their roots.

Domaine de l'Arjolle


 Prosper and Louis-Marie Teisserenc took over the estate in 1974 with the goal to produce quality, delicious wine. Producing a wide variety of grapes, they never fail to surprise you in the most pleasant way possible.

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Domaine Les Cascades


A small estate situated in the heart of Corbières, they follow a permaculture model which sees them produce other crops like olives and truffle as well. 

Using organic farming methods, they have been certified since 2013.

Château du Hureau

Loire Valley

Situated on the left bank of the Loire river, Château du Hureau is located in the most ideal spot for its plots.

As they carry the Saumur and Saumur Champigny appellation, their wines are made in the cellar, underground of the Château, as it was for hundreds of years.


Domaine Denizot

Loire Valley

Situated in the commune of Verdigny, Domaine Denizot is led by 6th generation winemakers Thibauld & Jennifer Denizot. 

Sauvignon Blanc for their white wines and pinot noir for their red and rosé wines, their ever rising population has been key to the noble Sancerre appellation.


Domaine de la Bretonnière

Loire Valley

Wines made from Bertrand Cormerais, the vineyard is dominated by granite rich soil which translates precisely into his fresh and minerally wines.


Domaine Octavie

Loire Valley

Domaine Octavie is known for its Touraine and Touraine Oisly wines. Many of its quality wines stem from Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Noir, while others from lesser known varieties like Pineau d'Aunis.

Domaine Ray-Jane


Being one of the oldest vineyards in France, Domaine Ray-Jane is now managed by the Constant family. 

Development through organic agriculture, their wines are not only worth ageing, but also unique and original.




A family business situated a few kilometers from Cognac, the Drouet vineyard boasts 40 hectares of land, situated in the exceptional terroir of the Grande Champagne 1er Cru (AOC Cognac).

Domaine des Bonnetières


Currently managed by Vincent Fontaine, this humble estate produces Gamay grapes on their granite-rich soil in South Beaujolais

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Domaine Aurélien Chatagnier

Rhône Valley

Aurélien farms organically and employs a light touch in the cellar where he favours native yeasts, mostly used oak, limited extraction, and bottles without fining or filtration.

Maison Philippe Grisard


The estate is spread over six villages on the Alpes Mountain. Each plot is different (soil, slope, microclimate, variety) which imposes them to adapt accordingly.

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Domaine Emmanuel Darnaud

Rhône Valley

Located on a south-east facing hillside in the municipality of Tournon-sur-Rhône, the area in which this land lies are known as La Darde, a French nickname suggesting "Speared by the sun”.

Domaine Françoise & Denis Clair


Created in 1986 in Santenay (Denis’s family) and Saint Aubin (Françoise’s Family). Today the estate covers 14ha with 8.5ha of Pinot Noir and 5.5ha of Chardonnay. Jean-Baptiste, their son took over the property in 2000.


Domaine Emmanuel Giboulot


Located in the commune of Beaune, the vines have been planted by Paul Giboulot, Emmanuel’s father with an average age of 35 years old. It has been run organically since 1970 and biodynamically since 1996.

Domaine Olga Raffault

Loire Valley

A beautiful estate between the Loire Valley and Vienne, Domaine Olga Raffault has continued the 5-generation tradition of winemaking excellence.

The estate covers 24 hectares of vines, 23 of which are dedicated to the Chinon rouge and only 1 hectare for the Chinon Blanc.

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Commanderie de Preïssan


Commanderie de Preïssan is located in the heart of Languedoc between Narbonne and Béziers along the world heritage “Canal du Midi”. The estate dates back to the Roman times but is known in its actual form since 1960.

Château Saint-Maurice

Rhône Valley

The entire vineyard has been managed for 8 years in sustainable viticulture; Systematic trellising, grassing of rows, addition of purely organic amendments and selective weeding are all favoured in the Château.


Clos St. Vincent


Clos St Vincent is an estate in the hills of Nice on the French Riviera. Created in 1950, it has been owned and run by Gio Sergi since 1993. . All wines are made, matured and bottled at the property.


Domaine de la Taille aux Loups

Loire Valley

Jacky Blot established his estate in Montlouis-sur-Loire in 1989 and have since developed it into Vouvray and Bourgueil. Since day one, everything is done for the best expression of the terroir.


Champagne Drappier


Located in Urville, Champagne Drappier has been a family tradition since 1808. Growing on 62 hectares of land, the vineyard is predominantly constituted by Pinot Noir, but they also grow Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay and other older grape varieties.

Domaine Jean-Yves Millaire


Originally a 6 ha land acquired by Jean Garnier in 1950, the estate has been organic since 2006 and biodynamic three years later. This Bordeaux estate carries two appellations, namely Fronsac and Canon Fronsac.

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Château Boucarut

Rhône Valley

Château Boucarut is an estate surrounded by its own small to medium sized parcels. Not only is it a source for quality wine, it is determined to maintain its organic agriculture while promoting its rich regional biodiversity.

Michel Redde et fils

Loire Valley

La Moynerie by Michel Redde farms 40 hectares and it is located in the heart of the Appellation. The Domaine turns to a natural ecosystem, which is respectful of the environment and the soils.


Domaine Jerôme Gradassi

Rhône Valley

Previously a chef, Jérôme Gradassi acquired a 5 hectares estate of Grenache and Mouvèdre grapes. This Châteauneuf-du-Pape estate produces only one cuvée of 10.000 bottles of red and 800 bottles of white each year.

Domaine Claude Vosgien


Situated in the hills of Côtes de Toul, Domaine Claude Vosgien’s vines are grown in the village of Buligny and Blénod les Toul.

After inheriting the land from Claude and Renée Vosgien, Alexandre and Stéphane have brought life and spirit to this estate by executing all agricultural tasks organically.


Château la Valetanne


Château la Valetanne is an organic vineyard that enjoys warm Mediterranean weather. It produces a wide range of wines using Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault and Mouvèdre for its reds, and the less common Rolle for its whites.


Domaine Emile Balland

Loire Valley

Emile Balland’s origin is from both sides of the Loire River, in Sancerre and Coteaux du Giennois.


The estate is made up of 7ha run sustainably on the terroir of Caillottes in Sancerre and limestone and clay in Coteaux du Giennois.


Domaine Vial-Magnère


Domaine Vial-Magnères produces a large range of wines and they are made in a traditional and well-equipped winery at the Clos Saint-André in the centre of the village of Banyuls.

90% of the grapes are Grenache Noir, Blanc and Gris worked by hand and with a horse as they are planted on steep and arid schists slopes.

Domaine Denis Jeandeau


For five generations, Denis' ancestors have worked with the same high demands to produce pure and natural wines of quality. Despite only producing in his 1 ha vineyard in Viré  Clessé, he also purchases grapes from partner vineyards for winemaking.

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