JULIETTE JOBLOT | GIVRY, BURgundy, France
Domaine Joblot is one of the oldest generations of winemaker in Burgundy, since the XVII century. It was the favorite wine of the king of France, Henry IV Now Juliette Joblot , a young and dynamic girl is making exceptional wines, all with the respect of her family’s spirit.
Domaine Jean-Michel Gerin is not one of the oldest properties in the Northern Rhone Valley. Far from it. In fact, the estate was created in 1983 by Jean Michel Gerin, although it was not until 1987 that he began to bottle and sell their wine. The following year, in 1988 Gerin made his first purchase of vines in La Grandes Places. In 1996, Gerin added to his holdings with the purchase of land on La Landonne. Not content to only produce wine in Cote Rotie, in 2002, he entered into a joint venture with a few other French wine makers to produce wine in the Priorat appellation in Spain.
JEAN-MICHEL GERIN | Cote rotie, RHONE valley, france
laurent combier | Crozes hermitage, rhone valley, france
DOMAINE LAURENT COMBIER
The Domaine Combier spreads its 30 hectares of vineyards south of Tain l'Hermitage, in the municipality of Pont-de-l'Isère and with the AOC Crozes-Hermitage and Saint Joseph. Third generation to work the vineyard, Laurent Combier reached to develop the area, accessing as an independent winegrower and investing in organic agriculture. Moreover, its regularity and the quality of the level constantly increasing of its wines make them among the best of the appellation Croze-Hermitage.
DOMAINE DE FONDRECHE
Although winemaking in the Ventoux was first established two thousand years ago, it wasn’t until 1973 that the area earned its own AOC. Nanou Barthelémy purchased this property at the foot of Mont Ventoux in 1993 and was joined several years later in 1995 by her son, Sébastien Vincenti. He was apprenticing under Rhône legend André Brunel in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Didier Dagueneau in Loire Valley et Marcel Lapierre in Beaujolais
sebastien vicenti | luberon, rhone valley, france
DOMAINE DE FRONDRÈCHE
DOMAINE DE LA JANASSE
“The beauty of a terroir, in the true sense of the word, is offering a unique, recognisable product that can be kept over time.”
Luberon, rhone valley
Val Joanis is a Domain in Luberon, (North of Provence), They are specialized in White and Rose Wines.
The Gascon Philippe Fézas embodies the fifth generation of the family estate located in Larroque-sur-l'Ose near Condom. In the sector of the Ténarèze (an old Roman road which allowed to connect the Pyrenees in Bordeaux without crossing a stream of water), the oenologist-vinegrower has 40 ha of vines mainly on clay-limestone slopes and clays brunettes, facing south.
The Wine estate Clos Centeilles is located in the very heart of the area “Minervois la Livinière”, 1st of the Languedoc’s “cru” to be recognized in 1999. Since 1995, Patricia Boyer-Domergue dedicated herself to reimplantation of old vines forgotten.
DOMAINE PJ VILLA
Since 2012 Pierre Jean Villa is settled in his own esate. He vinifies sumptuous wines, aged from 12 to 24 months depending on the cuvees. He produces wines according to his philosophy : respect for the vine, minimal intervention, only native yeasts and work according to the lunar calendar. Saint Joseph, Condrieu, Cote Rotie and PGI: each wine by Pierre Jean Villa is elaborated with passion.
cote rotie, rhone valley
DOMAINE LAURENT FOURNIER
Domaine Jean Fournier is seen as one of the best producers of Marsannay and winemaker Laurent Fournier is certainly at the forefront of elevating Marsannay as a wine and as a community. Fournier’s current holdings cover 17 hectares of vines with many ranging between 20 and 70 years old and covering the most lauded sites of the AOP. With newly planted vines replacing older vines by massale selection, 21 hectares will be producing quality fruit by 2018
DOMAINE CORNU CAMUS
Pierre Cornus and Bernadette Camus, are both issue from winemakers family. They work together since 1981, and work now with their daughter Lydia. The vineyards extend on 12 hectares in the area of haute cote de Beaune. They respect their terroir and their environment. The harvest is manual. They are working on famous appellations like Beaune 1er Cru, Pernand Vergelesses, or cote de Beaune
DOMAINE REMI JEANNIARD
The vineyard of 6.5 hectares (mostly Pinot noir) of domaine Rémi Jeanniard is located in Morey-Saint-Denis, in the heart of the Côte de Nuits over 3 places: Morey-Saint-Denis, Gevrey-Chambertin and Chambolle-Musigny. Rémi Jeanniard is the eldest of a family of 8 children. After working for 20 years in his father's vineyard, he created his own winery in 2004 with the help of his wife. Harvesting is done by hand and a strict selection is made. The entire harvest is destemmed to produce wines the more faithful to the soil generations.
The Domaine Perraud is ideally situated in the village of La-Roche-Vineuse, a stone’s throw from the famous rocky outcrops of Solutré and Vergisson. In 2005, Jean-Christophe realized his childhood dream by creating the Domaine on family-owned vineyards which go back four generations.
DOMAINE OLIVIER LAMY
Olivier Lamy’s passion for his métier is totally infectious and once you get him talking about the subtle nuances of his soils and his wines you need to be prepared to settle in for the afternoon. His domaine is the undisputed king of Saint-Aubin, although he does make several other appellations these days.
The immensely talented Vincent Dureuil, only in his mid-30s, produces a stunning range of single-vineyard white and red Burgundies in the Cote-Chalonnaise village of Rully, where his family has been since the 1500s.Vincent’s wines are balanced, precise, crystal-clear in their expression of terroir, and always fiercely mineral.
Established in 1975 by Chantal Lescure and her husband , Xavier Machard de Gramont, Domaine Chantal Lescure is a family estate, currently owned by their children : Aymeric et Thibault Machard de Gramont. The Domaine Chantal Lescure owns 18 hectares of vineyard, from Chambolle-Musigny on the Côte de Nuits to Volnay, on the Côte de Beaune. In1996, death of Chantal Lescure, Aymeric Machard de Gramont decided to manage the Domaine. All the organization and specially the way to work in the vineyard changed. François Chavériat is hired as maître de chai. The new team work now in the respect of the vine and look for the best expression of each terroir. In 2001, Aymeric Machard de Gramont had to move to other responsability. He confided the Domaine to François Chavériat. Today, the domain is certified BIO .
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