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A fine winemaker, Rémi Jobard produces wines that only really express themselves over time, the estate defends a very classic approach to wines....

AOC Coteaux Varois en Provence attained its official status in 1993. The region encompasses a wide variety of soils and elevations, with Chateau Routas situated at the center, about an hour north of Bandol....

The domaine of Julien Sunier is one of the most exciting new tiny properties to come out of the Beaujolais in recent years....

Yvonne Hegoburu was 60 years old when she decided to get into winemaking in 1987. The project began when Yvonne and her late husband, René, bought 16 hectares of land at the top of a hill in the village of Laroin....

Located in the Maranges region at the southern entrance to the world renowned Côte de Beaune wine region. The Cheverot estate consists of 15 different appellations spread over a total area of 20 hectares....

Domaine Chasselay comprises 13 hectares of vineyards and is located in Châtillon d’Azergues, with focus on Côte de Brouilly and Brouilly....

The Domaine was officially created in 1985 after the marriage of Geneviève Buecher and François Barmès. It was the born from the union of two grape growing and winemaking families whose vineyards have been in the family since the 17th century....

Château Sainte Anne is a 15 ha estate located in Bandol, one of the top Appellations of Provence. The Domaine is now managed by Françoise Dutheil and her son Jean-Baptiste. In addition to pioneering the Bandol appellation 5 generations ago, Château St. Anne has also...

The old manor house was built early in the 16th century and completed in the 17th. The property benefits from an ideal microclimate, bordered on one side by the Chinon Forest and overlooking the valleys of the Loire and Indre....

The soil at Canadel is the result of a strange geological phenomenon. 35 million years ago the fold in the Alps turned the soil layers upside down. The older Trias soil (200 million yrs old) landed up on top of the Crétacé soil (65 million...