The next generation is here! Sons or daughters of producers, or simply passionate about this profession, they are all young and full of promise. They sometimes bring modernity and technology into their techniques, while respecting the traditions and know-how of their region. Winegrowing has a bright future ahead of it, with a promising generation whose wines already show great mastery.
Take me to the ends of the earth, take me to the land of wonders... This land of wonders is in the Languedoc! In the setting of a natural park located in the Cucugnan valley, discover Alexander, this new winemaker who has joined Les Grappes! Exceptional, exclusive wines that have been selected by several Michelin-starred restaurants!
A family story that began in 1950 with the grandfather who was a wine nurseryman. The young couple took over the business in 2000 and launched their brand in 2009. A festive and eco-responsible champagne !
Being a winemaker was an obvious choice and taking over this estate, which has been in the family for 500 years, was a challenge. The desire at Château des Annereaux: to preserve this history while bringing about renewal, particularly with the switch to organic farming in 2007!
The estate, located in the heart of the Drôme Provençale, produces extraordinary wines. Luc and Rémi took over the family estate a short time ago and are working around great values. The protection of their terroir is one of their priorities.
Wines made by a former Parisian couple who wanted to take over a wine estate. With them, there is a break with the classic Bordeaux wines and their labels (which is not to our displeasure). For those who want to rediscover pleasure without having to explain it in complicated words.
In 2003, the estate decided to uproot non-local grape varieties and to replant Terret-Bourret among others. All the wines, from the vine to the bottle, are produced following an eco-responsible approach.
In 2010 the estate was taken over by the two sons and like many winegrowers today they chose to go organic. The approach goes even further in respecting the vines as the estate is divided into 70 parcels where specific care is taken to recreate a link between the vines and their terroir.