Producer Profile

Chateau de Chamirey | Wines from the Best Terroirs of Mercurey

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Built in the early 18th century, Chateau de Chamirey is the sparkling gem of the Mercurey appellation in Burgundy. The chateau has been in the Devillard family for 3 generations and follows tradition wine-making techniques, including harvest by hand. The estate consists of 91 acres, out of which 38 are designated Premier Crus, and the vines are planted on what are no doubt ... Read More »

A lengthy and elegant Italian Legacy: Bisol

Historic Italian cellar

Bisol is a family owned winery that has been passed down from generation to generation, for over 5 centuries. They strive to make the best Prosecco and have yet to disappoint. The quality of their wine is just as strong as their familial bonds. The family has a tradition that is making unbelievable wines, and they are kind enough to ... Read More »

Pascal Jolivet| Dynamic Estate in the Loire Valley

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Established in 1987, Maison Pascal Jolivet is one of the most active and energetic estates in the Loire Valley. Pascal acquired the company from his father, and quickly decided to build his own brand and settle in Sancerre. After producing his first vintage in 1991, he became a merchant-grower. He gradually increased the size of his vineyard and made numerous ... Read More »

La Chablisienne: Passion and Chardonnay in Chablis

La Chablisienne

Situated in the heart of the Chablis appellation La Chablisienne, the golden gate of Burgundy, owns almost 25% of the 4700 hectares (11613 acres) planted. La Chablisienne is a cooperative cellar that was created in 1923, to cope with economic difficulties. A group of wine growers wanted to sell wine more easily. Today, the cooperative is home to nearly 300 winemakers. ... Read More »

Pelissero: A Family that respects Nature

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Pelissero is a wine producer in the Barbaresco region of Italy. Built on a tradition of respecting nature and its fruits, the family produces wines that are native to the region. The 38 hectare vineyard is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and produces wine that are just as miraculous as the views. Agriculture is the Pelissero family business Pelissero has been ... Read More »

Alain Brumont: Passion and Terroir

Alain Brumont (barrels)

“I am like a vine. I came out of the earth, I was born at its side and I live in symbiosis with my environment, the best terroirs and the climate. I want to express my impression of this environment, to interpret the quintessence of the terroir, the climate and to enable people to find this alchemy in a glass ... Read More »

Chateau La Nerthe: Power in Chateauneuf-du-Pape

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Once you’ve entered the property, you can easily understand the origins of the power, elegance, and refinement of Chateau La Nerthe’s wines. Built in the 12th century when the Popes were French, the La Nerthe vineyard was born. Its birth into existence coincided with the beginning of vineyards at Chateauneuf-du-Pape where the pontiffs had established their summer residence. Recognized without contest ... Read More »

Ferraton Pere et Fils: Family Traditions in the Rhone Valley

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Maison Ferraton Pere et Fils is located in the Rhone Valley in the middle of the Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage and Saint-Joseph. The estate was founded in 1946 by Jean Orens Ferraton. Since 1998, the property has benefited from Michel Chapoutier’s know-how. Michel is very close to the family and has helped them produce organic and biodynamic wines (ECOCERT accredited). Ferraton Pere et ... Read More »

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