Domaine des Chers
Located in the heart of a wonderful terroir, between Beaujolais and Burgundy, the Domaine des Chers...
Beaujolais, Beaujolais,Crémant de Bourgogne,Bourgogne Passetoutgrain
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Domaine Les Capréoles
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Chateau des Moriers
It is at Château de Moriers that Gilles developed a new way of ageing wines...
Domaine des Frontières
Beaujolais, Juliénas,Beaujolais Villages,Coteaux Bourguignons,Beaujolais
When Jeremy THIEN decides in 2012 to go and nestle in his hills on the edge of the...
The Land of the Golden Stones is home to the Champ-Fleur estate. It is only 10 kilometres from Villefranche-sur-Saône on a hill surrounded by vineyards. The landscape is composed of lines of dots....Lire plus Learn more
A know-how in viticulture inherited from the Beaujolais tradition and century-old vines: this is the unique trademark of Louis-Marie. Very concerned about the quality of his wines and the environment, he committed himself in 2004 to a sustainable agriculture approach that is Terra Vitis. This requirement allows him to produce elegant crémants that rival the champagnes!
I took over the family estate from my father in 2007, who himself had taken it over from his parents in 1972. The buildings are about 400 years old. We don't know exactly when the estate was created as there are so many generations that have replaced each other. We are all driven by the same passion: to produce authentic wines of artisan-winegrower. In a winemaker's wine there is always the "claw" of the one who makes it. Each producer has brought his personal touch. My father started the process to become Terra Vitis. This approach really corresponds to our philosophy, which is why it seemed important to us not to miss out.
Since I was a child, I wanted to be a winegrower. Whenever I had a free moment, I would go and join my father in the cellar or in the vineyards. And this, even before I knew how to walk, I was going down into the cellar on my buttocks! The winegrower's job often leads to reflection. The long days in the quiet allow me to think about how I can improve my production more and more, but at the same time, the job teaches us humility.