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When Jeremy THIEN decided in 2012 to go and nestle in his hills on the borders of Beaujolais and Mâconnais, it was to wear three hats: that of the producer, the winegrower and the wine merchant. These three trades, he decided to assume them as a craftsman to achieve what he will call "the turn of his life"...Lire plus Learn more
Nestled on hills on the borders of Beaujolais and Mâconnais, our old vines produce fine and authentic terroir wines. The harvest is entirely carried out by hand. In our cellar, we vinify and age our wines like craftsmen. I particularly like two parcels, one in Juliénas at the place called Vayolette. Exposed to the north, late, it gives a wine of great finesse. The other, in Beaujolais-Villages, the Pré des Bois, which dominates the village of Jullié and has a very particular grain.
The Domaine des Frontières was born at the end of 2012. It was created by Jérémy Thien, a wine enthusiast from Beaujolais, who transformed an old dream into reality after an amazing professional reconversion. Jérémy Thien, after a busy Parisian career, has chosen to return to his native Beaujolais and become a winegrower there. After returning to school for the necessary time (CRFPPA Davayé), he started at the end of 2012 on a few hectares of Juliénas and Beaujolais-Villages. First harvest, first bottles, magic works, the dream becomes reality.
Being a winegrower means exercising 3 professions as exciting as each other: cultivating the vine, making wine and marketing its products. It is therefore each time to exchange and share experiences, to meet people. Wine is not a product like any other. It's a piece of civilization in the glass. The wine that most resembles me is my Juliénas cuvée reserved.
A significant moment in my life as a winegrower would be the emotion felt when my first bottle of Juliénas came out of the bottling line. This materialized the turn of my life.