Chinese Globetrotter! After having worked in the export and promotion of wine in France...
Le Fief Noir
Loire, COTEAUX DU LAYON 1 ER CRU CHAUME ,Anjou,Anjou Villages,Coteaux du Layon,Rosé de Loire,Vin de France,Crémant de Loire,0
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...
In the heart of central France between the Cher and Indre rivers, Les Domaines Tatin vineyards stretch along the banks of the Cher river for the Sauvignons blancs de Quincy and along the Arnon river for the Pinots no...Lire plus Learn more
In the heart of central France between the Cher and the Indre, Les Domaines Tatin vineyards stretch along the banks of the Cher for the Sauvignons blancs de Quincy and along the banks of the Arnon for the Pinots noir, the Pinots gris and the Sauvignons blancs de Reuilly. Jean slowly passes the baton on to his youngest daughter Maroussia. Trained agricultural engineers, Jean and Chantal returned to the Tremblay farm in 1988. They planted their first vine in 1991 on Quincy: Domaine des Ballandors was born on a sandy gravelly soil, typical of the Quincy appellation.
In 2005, the Demoiselles Tatin produced their first Reuilly and Maroussia, the last of the damsels moved in 2010.
First harvest at 8 years old, you might think I fell into it as a child... Not wrong, but it took time and travel to decide to come back to work with my family! Winemaker from mother to daughter... first generation!
In 2014, creation of Mam'Zelles Bulles, an ancestral method to finally have a wine that goes with the Tatin pie! Well that's the theory, but in practice, this sparkling wine of Pinot gris and Pinot blanc, extra raw, is best served as an aperitif!