Chinese Globetrotter! After having worked in the export and promotion of wine in France...
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,Crémant de Loire
Located in the heart of the Loire Valley near Angers, Château Soucherie is a wine estate...
Loire, Muscadet Sèvre et Maine
Located in La Tourlaudière in the heart of the Nantes vineyard, the estate has 30 hectares of vines...
The Clos des Quarterons is a magnificent and unique place with a cellar dug into the tufa stone on the Saint Nicolas hillside. The wines of Saint-Nicolas de Bourgueil are recognized as AOP (...Lire plus Learn more
Touraine and Anjou offer us magnificent terroirs to produce superb fine bubbles! Between the Paris basin and the Armorican massif, the best of both worlds of Chenin!
Hand-picked grapes at full maturity. Delicious, fresh, juicy and harmonious!
This wine combines depth and fullness.
This bottle will delight the most discerning palates. It will be able to compete with the greatest Champagnes! Its extreme finesse will awaken your taste buds before, during or after the meal. Gold Medal at the...
The blending of all the parcels of old vines of the estate, with an average age of 55 years, gives a beautiful complexity to this wine.
Certified Vin Méthode Nature without added sulphites. No filtration. Vinification without sulphur allows the Cabernet Franc to express its purest and deepest qualities, without any fuss.
Fondis is a "Cru". This plot, already known to the monks more than 300 years ago, offers us every year exceptionally ripe fruit on hot gravel.
Located on the Saint Nicolas hillside where the Domaine's historic cellars are located at the place called Le Vau Renou. There are two parcels here. One is located on a limestone soil, called the "Vau Renou".