Appellation(s): Sauternes-Barsac. Château Coutet is one of the largest Barsac properties and has been owned by the Baly family since 1977. Coutet is located in the south of the appellation and the 35 hectares of vineyards are planted with Sémillon (75%), Sauvignon Blanc (23%) and Muscadelle (2%).
Appellation(s): Saint-Estèphe. Château Meyney is one of the oldest estates in the Médoc. In 1662, it was a Convent mentioned in records under the names Couvent des Feuillants or Prieuré des Couleys. Today, the estate stretches over some of the
Appellation(s): Moulis-en-Médoc. Château Chasse-Spleen is the leading Moulis estate along with Château Poujeaux. Although it is classified only as a Cru Bourgeois, it regularly outperforms many of the Médoc’s more renowned classed growths. There are two theories behind the château’s rather unusual name: firstly, that,
Appellation(s): Haut-Médoc. Cantemerle’s vineyard is situated on fine and deep gravel in the Macau and Ludon villages of the Haut-Médoc appellation. A rich variety of factors produce complex, balanced, and refined wines which reflect the exceptional nature of Cantemerle’s terroir.
Appellation(s): La Clape. Château la Négly is a highly rated Languedoc estate that can trace its roots back to 1773. In 2001, Château started to lease the vineyards of their neighbour estate: Domaine de Boède and finally acquired these vineyards
Appellation(s): Pays D’Oc. The warm Sirocco winds, blowing from the Sahara, moderate the mediterranean climate over winter creating the perfect conditions to grow Grenache, Cinsault and Shiraz. Back to our French Wines Country: France Region: Languedoc
Appellation(s): Saint-Saturnin. This wines are produced by the Co-op in Saint-Saturnin just west of Montpeyrou, using local grape varieties grown on the south-facing slopes of the Cevennes. The clay-limestone soil is very rocky and benefits from a dry climate in
Appellation(s): Côte-Rôtie. After working for Bonserine and Guigal, Christophe Billon now manages his 4ha estate in Ampuis. Most of his vineyards are arounf 30 years old but the oldest parcel has been planted by his grandfather in 1942. Christophe has
Appellation(s): Côte-Rôtie. Yves Gangloff who, despite the slightly rock-and-roll look, maybe a little too well-established to be described as an ‘enfant terrible’, continues to astonish even his fellow winemakers with the concentration and quality of his wines. The intensely
Appellation(s): Saint-Emilion. Coming from the Champagne Area, the Gonsalez Family communicates their knowledge and passion through the quality of their wines, with a special focus on terroir. “If there is one Bordeaux appellation (Saint-Emilion) where terroir truly matters, it