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A must-see in the western Loire Valley! The winegrower Jean-Jacques Bonnet masters with brio and technicality his 40 hectares of vines conducted in organic agriculture. He vinifies his parcels separately to bring out the expression of the soils of the Chapelle-Heulin. Defender of Goulaine's wines, Jean Jacques surprises with wines that you can appreciate...Lire plus Learn more
A must-see in the western Loire Valley! The winegrower Jean-Jacques Bonnet masters with brio and technicality his 40 hectares of vines conducted in organic agriculture. He vinifies his parcels separately to bring out the expression of the soils of the Chapelle-Heulin. Defender of the Goulaine wines, Jean Jacques surprises with wines that are appreciated for their unique character that reveal a search for complexity, tension and expression of the terroir.
Former seigneury of the Nantes region, the estate was once a medieval residence. Wine has been produced there for more than 150 years! It was in 1959 that the Domaine was created and taken over in 1982 by Jean-Jacques and his brother Rémi. They lead the domain in BIO and obtain the certification in 2009. From then on, they decided to go further in this approach and worked the whole estate in biodynamics.
For me as a winegrower, it is above all the pleasure of producing grapes to express through my wines a terroir and a grape variety. As the son and grandson of a winegrower, my passion was passed on to me by my family. What I like above all is the search for excellence, the relationship with nature, the respect and understanding of the terroir. The permanent contact with the forces of nature makes it possible to put many things into perspective. It's exciting because it's very complete: one day I plough, the next day I taste in my cellar alone the result of a year's work and the next day I cross the Atlantic to tell the story of my wines to Americans! The magic of this product? It's a way to get to know people you might not have had the opportunity to meet in a normal life. Wine creates bridges between people from all walks of life through a noble product.