Chinese Globetrotter! After having worked in the export and promotion of wine in France...
Le Fief Noir
Loire, Coteaux du Layon Faye-d'Anjou,Anjou,Anjou Villages,Coteaux du Layon,Rosé de Loire,Vin de France,Crémant de Loire
Chateau de Valmer
Originally from Tourangeau, Jean first tried his hand at Parisian life, his towers at La Défense,...
Clos du Beugnon
Loire, Val de Loire,Anjou,Vin de France,Rosé de Loire
Located near the Loire, between Saumur and Cholet, the family estate is in the heart of...
Loire, Anjou Villages,Coteaux du Layon,Savennières,Rosé de Loire,Cabernet d'Anjou,Rosé d'Anjou
Located in the heart of the Loire Valley near Angers, Château Soucherie is a wine estate...
Respect for nature and its balance with a view to sustainable development, but above all for the typicity and quality of wines. This requires the most natural possible management of the vines, with the use of a minimum of treatments (sulphur and copper only), a natural grass cover for the auxiliary fauna and flora, but also respect for the environment....Lire plus Learn more
Respect for nature and its balance with a view to sustainable development, but above all for the typicity and quality of wines. This requires the most natural possible management of the vines, with the use of a minimum of treatments (sulphur and copper only), a natural grass cover for the auxiliary fauna and flora, but also respect for the direct environment of the vineyard such as hedges, groves, bushes.... Beyond respecting flowers and "small animals", we are also committed to sustainable development in the broadest sense, including that of the individual. We respect wine as a living and natural product. Winegrowers have always sought to improve their wines by adding and mixing "products". It was lead, for example, from the 17th to the 19th century! If it does not seem absurd to us to use what nature gives us to flatter our taste buds, as means to better clarify, raise and preserve, we think that we must know how to keep reason and that any addition necessarily denatures the original material. In the long term, we want to offer wines without added sulphites.
The operation started in 2012, in annex activity that consumed all our holidays and weekends. Then we decided to take the plunge in the summer of 2013, buying the buildings necessary for family and professional life, while gradually increasing the areas to be worked on. The winegrower is now in his third life. A former firefighter in Paris, he chose to leave this institution to set up the Closerie du Bois Joli from scratch. Beginning in the profession, he followed a diploma course at the Lycée viticole in parallel with the launch of the estate. Today, the Bois Joli closery is taking its cruising pace, with the opening this summer of the discovery/nature estate.