Red Wine

Red Wine

Clos des Lumières - Côtes du Rhône L'éclat 2019 – Sku: 508219 – 150
Clos des Lumières
2019
Côtes-du-Rhône AOP
€6.90
Fincas de Azabache - Espagne - Tunante de Azabache 2020 - Rioja – Sku: 1122120 – 36
Fincas de Azabache
2020
- SPAIN -
€6.90
COUP DE COEUR
Montels - Gaillac Rouge 2018 L’Esprit Terroir – Sku: 8050 – 13
Montels
2018
Gaillac PDO
€7.90
COUP DE COEUR
Mas des Bressades - Costières de Nîmes Tradition rouge 2019 – Sku: 5085 – 69
Mas des Bressades
2019
Costières-de-Nîmes PDO
€8.00
Nugues - Beaujolais Villages Sans Soufre 2021 – Sku: 305221 – 18
Nugues
2021
Beaujolais AOP
€8.90
Montels - Gaillac rouge 2019 Les Trois Chênes – Sku: 8058 – 45
Montels
2019
Gaillac PDO
€8.90
COUP DE COEUR
Cros - Marcillac Lo Sang del Païs 2019 – Sku: 8382 – 2
Cros
2019
Marcillac PDO
€8.90
Nugues - Beaujolais Villages 2018 – Sku: 3052 – 3
Nugues
2018
Beaujolais AOP
€8.90
COUP DE COEUR
Mas del Périé - Cahors Haute Côt(e) de Fruit 2020 – Sku: 8283 – 12
Mas del Périé
2020
Cahors AOP
€9.90
André et Michel Quénard - Chignin Gamay La Voie Sarde 2021 – Sku: 381521 – 28
André and Michel Quénard
2021
Savoy PDO wine
€9.90
Ferrand - Côtes du Rhône Mistral 2019 – Sku: 5378 – 13
Ferrand
2019
Côtes-du-Rhône AOP
€9.90
COUP DE COEUR
90/100 RVF
Domaine du Mont Olivet - IGP du Gard Rive Droite 2019 – Sku: 5368 – 71
Clos du Mont-Olivet
2019
IGP du Gard
€9.90
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When we talk about wine, we often talk about red wine, the identity of France with its different grape varieties and terroirs that allow unique productions. Red wine is also divided between everyday wine and bottles of old vintages, among which you will find prestigious wines, to be kept in the cellar for many years to enjoy when the time comes.On the site www.lespassionnesduvin.com, you will find the best wines from the best winegrowers, but also those from small winegrowers with limited production who nevertheless deserve to be highlighted. For all lovers of quality red wine, we also offer you to taste the best foreign wines to discover different wines that you will take the time to appreciate.Our site offers you a selection of red wine from many different appellations in order to give you access to well-known wines, but also to discover intimate wines from lesser-known winemakers. To bring you the best quality, we have also opted for the choice of different vintages.In addition to red wine, we also offer you the opportunity to discover white wines , rosés and champagnes, while providing you with the best advice for tasting each wine at the best time and with dishes that will bring out their aroma, all in moderation. Thus, between wine for everyday consumption and wines to put in the cellar, find more than 2700 references on lespassionnesduvin.com

Le vignoble

A & Arlaud

Alain Chabanon

Alain Gallety

The discreet Alain Gallety and his son David Alexandre produce wines of exceptional beauty, rare, from the cuvé Spéciale to the great Cuvée Ligure, including the magnificent Cuvée Emma and the famous and magical Syrare which will make serious "havoc" in tastings of great Côte-Rôtie...

Alain Graillot

"L'un des tout premiers domaines à avoir fait découvrir les vins de crozes-hermitage au-delà de la Drôme, grâce à Alain Graillot, reconverti vigneron dans les années 1980.

Alain Gras

"Alain Gras incarne la cinquième génération de cette famille vigneronne de Saint-Aubin. Conseiller de chasse du regretté Bernard Loiseau, il a réussi grâce à la qualité de ses vins à les voir figurer sur les cartes des établissements culinaires les plus réputés.

Alain Voge

Cornas is really the appellation to follow in the Northern Rhône as its progression is spectacular. Among the numerous quality winegrowers of the appellation, the domain Alain Voge is part of the elite (2 stars RVF from now on), of that of Saint-Péray too, still unknown and yet among the great whites of the region.

Albert Boxler

"Vingt millésimes après son arrivée, Jean Boxler a lentement fait évoluer les réglages pour aujourd'hui vinifier à égalité avec l'élite de l'Alsace. Les vignes sont splendidement situées, aussi bien sur le Sommerberg ou sur le Brand, deux terroirs en riesling. La viticulture est exigeante et soignée, et les élevages adaptés aux vins et aux millésimes. Ici, aucune fausse note, quel que soit le cépage." 5*/5 Bettane+Desseauve

Albert Mann

Alvaro Palacios

Not far from Tarragona, Alvaro Palacios created his own estate in 1989 by investing in the lands of Priorat, a region with volcanic soil and steep slopes that had been neglected until then. A true precursor in the region, his success was immediate and he made a major contribution to the development of Spanish wines, following in the footsteps of his father Remondo Palacios, who made the wines of the Rioja region known worldwide

André and Michel Quénard

Guillaume Quénard is now the leader of the estate. He is beginning to make his mark with more straightforward, fine wines of superb balance.

Anima Negra

Anne and J-F Ganevat

Antiyal

Antoine-Marie Arena

What the RVF says in its 2018 Guide:

Arlaud

"Cyprien Arlaud a rejoint le domaine en 1997 et vinifie depuis 2004, aidé aux vignes par sa sœur qui a créé une société de labour à cheval. Quinze hectares principalement sur Morey, dont quatre premiers crus, quatre grands crus et cinq hectares de Bourgogne Roncevie qui furent autrefois classés en Gevrey village.

Arlot

Clos de l'Arlot is operated as a monopoly. From 2014, the wines are being matured by the new director, Géraldine Godot, who previously vinified for Alex Gambal. The wines are sublimely defined, including the Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru, the famous Clos de l'Arlot and the brilliant Clos des Forêts.

Arnaud Ente

Arretxea

Thérèse and Michel Riouspeyrous, who are now quietly handing over the estate to their sons Iban and Théo, can be proud of their success on their family estate. They have become the reference for Basque wines and perhaps even for the whole of the South West.

Au Bon Climat

Auguste Clape

Ausone

Auvenay

Lalou Bize-Leroy, a biodynamist by nature, delivers vintage after vintage, naturally, masterpieces of breathtaking complexity and energy, reflecting his work, made of rigour, precision and humility, in complete symbiosis with his vines.

Bart

Martin Bart delivers vintage after vintage of formidable Côtes de Nuits of great classicism, focused on the brilliance of their respective terroir.

Beaucastel

"Depuis 1909, Beaucastel est la propriété de la famille Perrin, aujourd'hui sous la direction de Jean-Pierre et François, les fils de Jacques Perrin, accompagnés de Cécile, Marc, Pierre, Thomas, Charles, Mathieu et César, la cinquième génération. Autrement dit : une affaire de famille !

Beauséjour HDL

Bel Air Marquis d'Aligre

A very high level and ultra original Margaux... Bel Air Marquis d'Aligre is an extraordinary wine made from 68 vintages (in 2018) of Jean-Pierre Boyer's 13 hectare vineyard. A unique wine made with the 4 Bordeaux grape varieties and aged only in concrete vats. BAMA (as the aficionados of the domain say) is distinguished by its not very intense colour, closer to a pinot than a cabernet, a not very powerful palate but with a distinction, a perfume and a rare finesse, very suave in its tannins. It has taken the good habit of challenging the greatest Medocs because it is able to age gracefully for several decades like its much more expensive Medoc counterparts..

Belle-Vue

Belliviere

"Éric et Christine Nicolas, rejoints par leur fils Clément, incarnent la référence des vins de la Sarthe en continuant de les positionner à leur plus haut niveau. Leur conduite du vignoble de 15 hecares, partiellement en biodynamie, se révèle irréprochable.

Belluard

The Domaine Belluard now covers some twenty hectares at an altitude of 450 metres and is cultivated on very steep slopes. The soils are very varied and bring all the richness to these biodynamically cultivated wines (since 2001), red ferruginous clays alongside limestone scree, glacial sediments...

Benoît Ente

Bérèche & Fils

"Raphaël et Vincent Bérèche plongent dans leurs racines vigneronnes depuis cinq générations. Ils figurent parmi les acteurs les plus dynamiques du vignoble champenois et perpétuent la tradition familiale engagée depuis le XIXe siècle.

Bernard Baudry

Bernard Baudry seeks the silky and civilised dimension of Chinon wines, while remaining as close as possible to their expression of terroir. This approach, which he is now pursuing with his son Mathieu, is coupled with organic certification. A philosophy that also inspires them to plant non-grafted vines, free-standing for ten years (following the plantings of Charles Joguet in the 1980s), and to establish themselves on new forgotten terroirs, such as the excellent Clos Guillot in Chinon. Their Croix Boissée (clay-limestone terroir in Cravant-les-Coteaux), built for ageing, has an extra velvety and sometimes sweetness in hot years, which is not to be disliked by great lovers of Saint-Émilion wines. This cuvée naturally takes the lead among the great reds of Touraine.

Bernard Burgaud

Bernard Faurie

Bernard Faurie's precious Hermitage on the great terroirs of Greffieux, Bessards and Méal.

Berthaut-Gerbet

Bertrand-Bergé

Bonny Doon

Boyd Cantenac

Branaire-Ducru

Brane Cantenac

Bruno Clair

"Le patrimoine de vignes est un des plus nobles qui soit, avec les grands joyaux de Gevrey comme le clos Saint-Jacques, les Cazetiers et le clos de Bèze. À signaler la reprise d'un hectare de Bonnes-Mares depuis 2016. Elle permet au domaine de posséder toute la partie sur Morey de cette appellation également présente en Chambolle.

Bruno Lorenzon

"Bruno Lorenzon est incontestablement l'un des vignerons contemporains les plus doués de Bourgogne. Son exploitation phare de Mercurey est exemplaire, tant par la conduite de ses vignes qui peuvent atteindre une densité de 20 000 pieds à l'hectare (le double de la norme), que par la maîtrise absolue des vinifications.

Burlotto

Cabrol

Calon Segur

"La restauration achevée du château complète celle du cuvier et de la mise à jour du vignoble, rendant à la propriété l'allure attendue du cru seigneurial de la commune, majestueusement enclos dans ses murs.

Camille Loye

Canon

Capbern

Carbonnieux

Cascina Fontana

Striking value for money and pleasure! Cascina Fontana is a small, family-run, 4-hectare winery located in the Barolo hills of the Langhe, south of Alba, in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. Mario Fontana is a neighbour and cousin of the great Bartolo Mascarello. It is a region of rare majestic beauty, with castle-topped vine-covered hills that look down on each other over steep, plunging valleys. Vines have been grown here for at least six generations. The traditional grape varieties of Langhe, Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo are grown to produce a range of prestigious wines that are the purest expression of the land from which they were born, Langhe.

Catena Zapata

Established at the foot of the Andes since 1902, Nicolas Catena 's Bodega Catena Zapata perpetuates the tradition of great Argentine wines in the Mendoza region, aided by the best quality terroir in the country.

Cayuse

Champ des Treilles

Chantegrive

Charvin

The vineyard of the Charvin estate is mainly located on clay-limestone soils around Orange, 13 hectares in the Côtes du Rhône appellation and 8 in Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Hunting Spleen

Château Cheval Banc

"Avec ses pommiers entre les pieds de vigne, des poules, des brebis et quelques porcs, Cheval Blanc possède une vision durable de l'agriculture. Autant d'atouts pour les 39 hectares de cette propriété mythique qui occupe une place primordiale sur le plateau sablo-graveleux de l'appellation, un peu plus argileux sur son flanc nord, du côté de Pomerol.

Roquefort Castle

Discover the Provencal nuggets of Raymond de Villeneuve. His vineyard is located near Roquefort-la-Bédoule at the foot of the Sainte-Baume Massif, with an organic culture and a real work of the soil (certified Ecocert in 2014). The wines are really captivating and of an excellent level, with digestible whites, chiselled rosés, and reds that are always concentrated, fine and perfumed. A gourmet and profound approach to be praised...

Cedar Castle

"Pascal et Jean-Marc Verhaegue conduisent cette propriété au sommet de Cahors, grâce à une viticulture exigeante et des vinifications précises.

Château Lafite Rothschild

Château Latour

"Acquis par François Pinault en 1993, le cru ne s'est pas reposé sur ses lauriers. Sous l'impulsion de son rigoureux directeur Frédéric Engerer, il a encore élevé son niveau d'exigence en convertissant le vignoble à l'agriculture biodynamique.

Château Margaux

Château Simone

Château Simone, the paradise of the AOC white palette

Château Thivin

Claude-Edouard continues the work of his father Claude Geoffrey. The level now reached on his Côte de Brouilly makes it the absolute reference of the appellation and places it among the elite of the whole Beaujolais.

Chevrot

Chicotot

Domaine Chicotot is a 9.5 hectare artisanal estate that is one of the most outstanding sources of high quality, yet reasonably priced Nuits Saint-Georges.

Christophe Peyrus

Christophe Peyrus, of the famous Clos Marie, is continuing his ascent with the acquisition of this new estate in the Pic Saint-Loup hills at Cazevieille.

Claude Dugat

"Bertrand, 37 ans, impliqué au domaine de longue date, reprend avec ses deux sœurs ce domaine respecté dans le monde entier. Il cultive la discrétion et le doute, une vertu majeure pour un vigneron.

Clos Bagatelle

"Christine Deleuze et son frère Luc Simon mènent consciencieusement ce domaine de 60 hectares, installé sur des sols argilo-caicaires et de schistes, avec des vignes pour certaines centenaires.

Clos Canarelli

Yves Canarelli never ceases to amaze us and continues to raise the profile of Corsican wines, unquestionably belonging to the elite of Mediterranean winegrowers.

Clos de la Roilette

Alain Couderc farms 8 hectares in the famous La Roilette area. He produces mainly fine and velvety Fleurie wines. The wines are generally made from whole grapes and have a remarkable capacity for ageing.

Clos de Tart

Clos des Cazaux

Clos des Grillons - Nicolas Renaud

Clos des Lumières

Clos des Papes

"Le Clos des Papes, qui s'appuie malgré son nom sur 23 autres parcelles situées dans pratiquement tous les terroirs (mais avec tout de même sept hectares sur la Crau), est l'une des grandes références de Châteauneuf : on ne trouve pratiquement pas un millésime faible, ici, depuis vingt ans.

Clos du Jaugueyron

What a pleasure to find Bordeaux in all its splendour, and at a reasonable price!

Clos du Marquis

Clos du Mont-Olivet

The Clos du Mont Olivet was created in 1932 by Séraphin Sabon, and since its origins the family estate has been producing high quality, classic Châteauneuf du Pape on magnificent terroirs, as well as Côtes du Rhône wines of excellent quality.

Clos du Rouge-Gorge

One of the great artisan-winemakers of the whole of France!

Clos Marie

"Ce domaine phare du Pic Saint-Loup est mené de main de maître depuis 1995 par Christophe Peyrus. Figure de l'appellation, le vigneron cultive 22 hectares. Salués pour leur intensité, leur finesse, leur chair et leur distinction, les vins du domaine ne font pourtant pas l'unanimité car certains amateurs sont gênés par les acidités liées à des choix de faible protection des vins.

Clos Puy Arnaud

Clos Rougeard

Clos Saint Vincent

Bellet, a micro-appellation of about fifty hectares on the heights of Nice is really a discovery of great interest, in particular at Clos Saint-Vincent, which is now at the top of the appellation...

Clusel-Roch

Colinot

Combier

Laurent Combier patiently cultivates some thirty hectares on the clay-limestone plateau with rolled pebbles in Pont d'Isère, in organic farming.

Count Abbatucci

In the Taravo valley, not far from Propriano, the Comte Abbatucci estate continues to shine through its contribution to the revaluation of Corsican native grape varieties.

Confuron-Cotetidot

Cos d'Estournel

Whale Coast

Cros

Cullen

Now spearheading biodynamic farming in New Zealand and a symbol of excellence, Cullen was the first to believe in the potential of the Margaret River terroirs.

D'Arenberg Wines

Daniel Bouland

"Daniel Bouland, a winegrower from the hamlet of Corcelette, has been seducing us for several years with his Morgons, which have an intensity of fruit and an exemplary roundness, coming from a heritage of very old vines impeccably cultivated and harvested. The fruit does not mask the almost wild minerality of the terroir, but rather exalts it. What's more, the quality/price ratio here is unbeatable! Don't delay."

De Villaine

"Comme annoncé, le domaine de Villaine, conduit avec passion et conviction par Pierre de Benoist, s'est agrandi. Il n'est plus limité à Bouzeron car avec l'acquisition d'un domaine à Rully, de parcelles à Santenay, Mercurey et SaintAubin, la surface cultivée s'étend maintenant à 30 hectares toujours menés en culture biologique.

Delaporte

The rising star of Sancerre is now on the heels of the greatest...

Denis Mortet

"Arnaud Mortet continue l'œuvre de son père, symbole d'une modernité bourguignonne qui aimait la maturité du raisin soutenue par un boisé très étudié. Arnaud affine les extractions et l'élevage, avec des vins toujours gourmands, très frais, avec des tannins aériens.

Domaine de Cambes

Domaine de Chevalier

Domaine de la Butte

"Franc de cabernet, Jacky Blot est l'un des vignerons français les plus complets, jouant avec un égal talent sur toutes les couleurs. Fort de sa superbe réussite à Montlouis et Vouvray, il soigne 15 hectares de cabernet franc à Bourgueil pour hisser la Butte dans les trois références de l'appellation

Domaine des Ardoisières

Brice Omont and his rare and great Coteaux de Cevins...

Domaine des Bernardins

The reputation of Muscat à petits grains des Bernardins grows vintage after vintage. With its exceptional ageing capacity, the Muscats de Beaume de Venise des Bernardins is a nectar capable of rivalling the greatest natural sweet wines, and is surprisingly greedy when young.

Domaine des Lambrays

Tunnel Domain

Stéphane Robert of the Domaine du Tunnel is asserting himself vintage after vintage as the revival of Cornas and Saint-Péray with wines of a modern style, with a fine, suave and very precise mouthfeel.

Ducru-Beaucaillou

Dujac

"La nouvelle génération, Jérémy, Alec et Diana, est aux manettes. Le domaine Dujac n'a jamais été aussi maître de son art, profitant à plein d'une discipline impeccable de viticulture et de la fidélité à la vinification pour partie en raisins entiers, qui donne un cachet et un pouvoir de vieillissement supplémentaire à la plupart des vins.

Elian Da Ros

"C'est dans le paysage vallonné du Marmandais, à Cocumont, que se trouvent les 21,7 hectares de la propriété d'Elian Da Ros, assisté depuis 2008 par son épouse Sandrine.

Elio Sandri

Elio Sandri owns 8 hectares of vineyards in Piedmont at Monforte d'Alba on the famous Disa hill on blue marl soils. A magical terroir planted with Nebbiolo, Barbera and Dolcetto. The production of the estate is unfortunately limited, around 3500 bottles depending on the vintage and distribution in France is very rare... The vinification is very traditional, with the minimum of interventions, with macerations in concrete vats to bring out the fruit as much as possible. Fermentations are carried out with indigenous yeasts and the wine is aged for a very long time, at least 60 months for the Riserva vintage! Elio Sandri's Barolo wines are fascinating to taste, lovers of elegant and refined wines will be won over, black fruits, dried flowers and spices harmonise, great wines of terroir and emotion with an immense capacity for ageing, and at prices that are still very reasonable..

Elisabetta Foradori

Hermitage of Pic Saint Loup

Freshness, fruit, complexity and a big favourite for the whole range!

Errazuriz

Fabien Trosset

Fabien Trosset and his wife settled in 2011 on the magnificent terroirs of Arbin. Coming from the already well known Trosset family (Fabien is a cousin of Joseph and Louis of the famous domaine Les Fils de Charles Trosset), Fabien is rebuilding a 16 hectare vineyard, 13 of which are Mondeuse. The work in the vineyard is very meticulous and the least interventionist possible.

Falletto di Bruno Giacosa

Felton Road

Ferrand

Discover this exceptional nugget of the Southern Rhône...

Feytit-Clinet

Figeac

"Avec 35 % de cabernet franc et 35% de cabernet-sauvignon, on dit souvent que Figeac, installé sur le plateau graveleux qui borde Pomerol, est le plus médocain

Fondrèche

Fonroque

"La famille Guillard, issue du monde de l'assurance, est propriétaire des 17 hectares de ce grand cru classé de Saint-Émilion depuis l'été 2017. Elle a pris comme consultant Alain Moueix qui a mis en place la biodynamie.

Forey Père et Fils

Fougas

Franck Balthazar

François Bertheau

Racy Chambolle-Musigny with bewitching aromas, an irresistible style...

François Carillon

Since 2010, François Carillon has been running his own estate, which now covers around 14 hectares, mainly in Puligny, Chassagne and Saint-Aubin. The wines are authentic, generous and clean, with minimal doses of sulphites, in total control, crystalline and full of minerality, resulting from a phenomenal work in the vineyard with a very demanding soil work. Already a great reference in Puligny Montrachet, much sought after by wine lovers..

François Mossu

François Villard

Gaja

Gauby

Gérard Gauby, the master of Calce, has been pursuing his path to excellence for some thirty years now.

Georges Vernay

"Christine et son mari Paul Amsellem maintenant épaulés par leur fille Emma, maintiennent ce domaine parmi l'élite mondiale, en blanc comme en rouge.

Gérard Boulay

The elite of Sancerre... Intense, mineral, precise, complex...

Giachino

The vineyard of the brothers David and Frédéric, the Giac brothers as they are known, is made up of about ten hectares overlooking the Isère valley.

Gilles Berlioz

The Chignin Bergeron artist...

Giuseppe Mascarello

A few drops of the immense Giuseppe Mascarello... One of the greatest names in Piedmont and in particular in Barolo...

Gramenon

These wines are very popular with wine lovers, extremely tasty, fruity and dense, made mainly from Grenache, using biodynamic methods.

Grand Corbin-Despagne

Grand-Puy Ducasse

Grand-Puy-Lacoste

Big Brother and Sister

Domaine Gros Frère et Soeur is a reference in the Côte de Nuits, appreciated for the silky texture and aromatic finesse of its entire range, from the Hautes Côtes de Nuits red, which is a model of Pinot Noir, to the Richebourg, which is stunningly complex...

Guillaume Gilles

Hartenberg Estate

Haut-Bailly

Haut-Brion

Haut-Carles

Upper Condissas

Haut-Marbuzet

Hauvette

At the foot of the Alpilles, the discreet Dominique Hauvette has risen over the years to become one of the elite of the great winegrowers of Provence, one of the most exciting estates of the moment for the discerning wine lover...

Henri Bonneau

The legend of Châteauneuf-du-Pape and its now mythical vintages...

Henri Gouges

The Henri Gouges estate is now run by the 4th generation, made up of Grégory, Christian and Pierre Gouges, who are carrying on the work begun nearly a century ago. The 15 hectares of the Henri Gouges estate are located south of Nuits-Saint-Georges on clay-limestone soils.

Out of Scope

Horsepower

Hortus

Loons

Hubert Lignier

The classicism and breed of the great wines of Burgundy.

Inniskillin

Issan

J-F Mugnier

The famous Clos de la Maréchale by JF Mugnier...

J-H and Guilhem Goisot

On the chalky terroirs of the Côte d'Auxerre, Guilhem, Jean-Hugues and Ghislaine deliver an exceptional, regular quality of production, worthy of much more prestigious wines in Burgundy...

Jacques Puffeney

Jacques Puffeney, an emblematic figure of the yellow wines of Arbois, vinified his first vintage in 1962, at Montigny les Arsures, only 12 hectolitres were produced at that time. Poulsard, pinot noir, trousseau, chardonnay and savagnin make up the grape varieties of the 5 hectares of the estate today.

Jean Foillard

Anyone who is "unhappy" with Beaujolais wines should try Foillard..

Jean-Baptiste Arena

What the RVF says in its 2018 Guide

Jean-Claude Bachelet and Son

Jean-Claude Marsanne

The hidden nugget of Mauves with wines (Saint-Joseph and IGP) of exceptional value for money...

Jean-François Ganevat

Jean-François Ganevat, known as Fanfan, returned to his roots in 1998, to the Combe de Rotalier, after having been cellar master at the Domaine Morey in Chassagne Montrachet. Each year he makes around forty cuvées from parcel selections of 25 different grape varieties on 9 hectares of clay, schist and marl, with very old vines, 80 years old for the yellow one and a hundred years old for others.

Jean-Louis Chave

Jean-Marc Burgaud

"Jean-Marc Burgaud owns most of his vineyard in Morgon, with parcels located on the Côte de Py, and vinifies very precise wines for aging." RVF Guide 2018

Jean-Marie Rimbert

Jérôme Coursodon

Joblot

The reference for the Côte Chalonnaise...

Joseph Voillot

Jules Desjourneys

After having worked alongside the greatest Burgundian names (Jean-Yves Bizot, Christophe Perrot-Minot, Arnaud Ente...) Fabien Duperray decided to bring out his own work by creating the Domaine Jules Desjourneys, in homage to and with the vision of the pioneer of natural wine Jules Chauvet. The wines are immediately impressive in their class, depth and breed, thanks to the titanic work carried out in the vineyard and the cellar. We had never seen wines of such density in Beaujolais in this stunningly aesthetic style...

Kistler

THE A

The Domaine de l'A in Côtes de Castillon is the great success of Christine and Stéphane Derenoncourt, a brilliant winemaker recognised by all.

The Old Cure

"Christian Roche a pris possession de l'ancien presbytère du petit village de Colombier et des 50 hectares de vignes du domaine étalés à ses pieds.

The Aurage

L.A Cetto

La Bouïssière

Gilles and Thierry Faravel perpetuate with mastery and talent the tradition of the great wines of Gigondas.

The Counsellor

La Gaffelière

La Garance

La Janasse

The Domaine de la Janasse is among the elite of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Some forty years ago, Aimé Sabon was already fully convinced of the quality of the terroirs of Courthezon and has gradually increased the size of his vineyard to 90 hectares on the most beautiful soils and best exposures of the appellation. About sixty parcels make up the vineyard with very specific terroirs allowing for blends of great class and a rare complexity, giving pride of place to the king grape here, Grenache. This does not prevent the estate from using all of the 13 grape varieties authorised for the Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation and also from producing high quality Côtes du Rhône.

La Mauriane

The Haut-Brion Mission

The New Don(n)e

La Pèira en Damaisèla

"For many observers, this is the most exciting estate in the Languedoc."

The Saint John Gate

The Domaine La Porte Saint-Jean is beginning to build a solid reputation on the web, on starred tables and for export. Sylvain Dittière is the son-in-law of the late Charly Foucault (Clos Rougeard).

The Rectory

Since 1984, Marc and Thierry Parcé have been perpetuating the history of the family vineyard with the Domaine de la Rectorie, which was started by their great-grandmother Thérèse Reig. Based in Banyuls, between the sea and the mountains, the two brothers produce Banyuls and Collioure wines of very high quality, without doubt the best in the region, always marked by a striking balance

La Soumade

"André Roméro est la figure de l'appellation Rasteau. Aidé désormais de son fils Frédéric et des conseils de Stéphane Derenoncourt, il produit des vins colorés et complexes, avec des corps denses.

Elise's Terrace

Xavier Braujou a crée le domaine la Terrasse d'Elise en 1998, en se constituant un vignoble d'une dizaine d'hectares sur les grands terroirs d'Aniane. Ses vignes sont plantées en Carignan, Mourvèdre, Syrah et Cinsault.

The By Tower

La Tournelle

The Crossing

The dream of Gavin Crisfield, Irish sommelier and oenologist, took shape in 2009 when he decided to settle in Saint-Privat in the magnificent Terrasses du Larzac. His Traversée is taking shape!

La Vougeraie

With the Domaine de la Vougeraie, we enter the very closed circle of the greatest wines of Burgundy. The impetus of the Boisset family and the choices made since 1999 have propelled the estate to an impressive level of excellence.

Labet

"Julien Labet, with the help of his brother and sister, has taken over his father Alain's vineyards, which are now grouped together under a single entity: Domaine Labet. (...) Numerous micro-parcels (between 15 and 80 ares, often from old vines) are vinified by Julien, both in white (all ouillés) and in red, the latter being perhaps the most exceptional to be born today in the region. Sulphur levels are very low but the balance is impossible to fault in the wines. The estate is now one of the spearheads of the Jura revival." RVF Guide 2018

Larcis Ducasse

Laroque

Le Clos des Fées

"Hervé Bizeul, vigneron et plume rebelle, n'a plus grand chose à prouver car son domaine fait partie de l'élite du Roussillon. Cela ne l'empêche pas de se remettre continuellement en question, de défricher de nouvelles pistes, d'innover, de sortir des sentiers battus et de créer de nouvelles cuvées.

Le Clos du Caillou

The Clos du Caillou estate has the particularity of being an enclave adjacent to the Châteauneuf du Pape appellation area. The vineyard is made up of 44 hectares of Côtes du Rhône and 9 hectares of Châteauneuf du Pape, planted for the most part in 1956. It is composed of the 13 grape varieties authorised for the production of a Châteauneuf du Pape, the Grenache grape variety is the majority for the red wines, followed by Syrah, while the clairette rose, the grenache blanc and the roussanne share the majority of the white grape varieties. The soils here are particularly rich, sandy or pebbly, making it possible to produce wines of exemplary aromatic complexity.

Le Puy

The Amoreau family has been cultivating its vineyards since 1610, located on a rocky plateau, identical to that of Saint-Emilion and Pomerol. The fifty year old vines are cultivated according to the biodynamic method, which contributes to the singularity of the estate and stands out among all the Bordeaux crus.

The Rock

Frédéric Ribes has made Domaine Le Roc the spearhead of the Fronton appellation. Very interesting wines because they have a very singular personality, due in particular to the use of the local grape variety, the négrette, which dazzles by its singularity, its character and its greediness on its heady notes of blackberry, pepper, black olive, violet. Fine and pure wines, very fragrant, to be discovered urgently, in particular the greedy Folle Noire d'Ambat and the more ambitious cuvée Don Quichotte...

Le Roc des Anges

One of the great rising stars of the French wine industry...

The Slope

The Old Keep

Le Vieux Donjon is a very popular domain for lovers of traditional, high quality Châteauneuf-du-Pape wines at a very reasonable price. This thirteen-hectare estate, on a terroir of rolled pebbles for the most part, is one of the most consistent in the appellation and nothing is by chance, quite the contrary.

Léon Barral

Didier Barral continues his work begun in the 1990s. On the schists of Lenthéric, he and his brother make wines in search of authenticity that perfectly reflect the typicity of this terroir.

Léoville Barton

"Progressivement, la nouvelle génération Barton-Saintorius prend les commandes de cette propriété exemplaire par la constance de ses vins et de leur style, et par une politique de prix intelligente et non spéculative.

Léoville Las Cases

"Certainement le second cru classé le plus proche, et depuis de nombreux millésimes, quand le bouchon ne trahit pas, du niveau des meilleurs premiers crus. Il doit sa classe et sa régularité à la sélection parcellaire qui le fait produire sur le grand enclos qui jouxte celui de château Latour, et à un perfectionnisme exemplaire initié par Michel Delon dans les années 1980 et pleinement poursuivi par son fils Jean-Hubert. 

Léoville Poyferré

"Le cru se situe dans sa partie privilégiée en face des meilleures parcelles de Léoville-Las Cases et dans le prolongement de celles de Pichon-Longueville Baron. Le vin reflète parfaitement cette position, régulièrement un des plus puissants mais aussi des plus complexes et des plus harmonieux de tout le Médoc. 

Les Aurelles

Basile Saint-Germain and his wife join the elite of the rare triple starred wines of the Revue du Vin de France in Languedoc; Mas Jullien and Peyre Rose...

Les Bruyères

The Domaine des Bruyères is located in the heart of the Crozes-Hermitage appellation on a terroir of detrital pebbles.

Les Carmes Haut-Brion

"Petit cru voisin de Haut-Brion, lui aussi sauvé de l'urbanisation de Pessac, Les Carmes Haut-Brion produit un vin très harmonieux et subtil, où le cabernet franc en particulier apporte son incomparable finesse. La propriété a été achetée en décembre 2010 par Patrice Pichet, à la tête du groupe immobilier Patrimoniale Foncière Pichet. 2016 a été le premier millésime vinirifé dans le magnifique et très audacieux chai conçu par Philippe Starck et Luc Arsène-Henry. Patrice Pichet a confié la direction du domaine au talentueux et perfectionniste Guillaume Pouthier, qui porte la propriété au niveau des meilleures." 4*/5 Bettane+Desseauve

Les Creisses

The Domaine Languedocien des Creisses is located in Valros, 6km from Pézenas. Philippe Chesnelong has been trying to produce a great Mediterranean wine since 1998. Mission accomplished, since we can say that he even produces two!

The Girls of September

The Sons of Charles Trosset

The Mondeuse de garde par excellence...

The Soulier Brothers

Les Petits Riens

The sublime and rare wonders of the Aosta Valley by Fabien Bonnet and Stefania Galimberti..

The Fagayra Lands

The Forgotten Vines

"Une poignée des meilleurs vignerons du Languedoc, hélas trop peu, redécouvrent les vertus du cinsault, un vieux cépage dont on a fait des citernes de rosés, au demeurant parfois bons. Vinifié en rouge, c'est assurément le vin de soif par excellence et sa buvabilité hors pair peut se conjuguer, quand il est bien traité, à une profondeur étonnante.

Lopez de Heredia

Founded by Don Rafael López de Heredia y Landeta at the end of the 19th century, López de Heredia is the heir to a long tradition that continues and grows thanks to the effort, passion and commitment of a family.

Louis Claude Desvignes

"Le domaine emblématique du Beaujolais, tant par son histoire que par sa réputation, brille sur Morgon et sur le Beaujolais. Le vignoble s'étend sur 13 hectares, dont 5 situés sur la Côte de Py. A la tête du domaine, Claude-Emmanuelle et son frère Louis-Benoît, reconnus pour leur rigueur et leur souci du détail, sont les dignes successeurs d'une tradition d'excellence. Les derniers millésimes, entre finesse et gourmandise, sont toujours élégants." 4*/5 Bettane+Desseauve

Luciano Sandrone

Located in the municipality of Barolo, Luciano, together with his brother Luca, produces some of the greatest wines of Piedmont. A former cellar master at the Marchesi di Barolo Cooperative, Luciano managed to acquire a hectare in the famous "Cannubi Boschis".

Lynch-Bages

Mai and Kenji Hodgson

Malartic-Lagravière

Malescot Saint-Exupéry

Mangot

"Yann et Karl Todeschini ont pris la mesure de ce domaine familial de Saint-Étienne-de-Lisse : il comprend 34 hectares de vignoble d'un seul tenant sur quatre types de terroirs où dominent les secteurs argilo-calcaires.

Marc Colin

Marc Sorrel

Marcel Deiss

The Marcel Deiss estate is undoubtedly one of the most exciting estates. Located in Bergheim in the heart of the most beautiful Alsatian terroirs, the family estate now has 27 hectares of vines on 220 separate plots where three Grand Crus and nine Premier Crus are produced each year.

Marcel Lapierre

The Marcel Lapierre estate is located in the heart of the Beaujolais, in Villié-Morgon. Its particularity of having adopted organic farming, surprising 30 years ago, has today convinced many followers in the region. All the wines of the estate have the Marcel Lapierre "touch", natural, authentic wines, sometimes without any added sulphite, which draw their intrinsic quality from soils cultivated with the deepest respect for nature.

Marcel Richaud

Marcel Richaud is one of those exceptional winemakers who seek quality without compromise. He defines his way of creating his organic wines as follows: a natural approach to winemaking, questioning the use of products or techniques that erase the identity of the vintage or contribute to the production of standard wines. The organic bottles produced at Cairanne by the Marcel Richaud estate are without equal.

Marie-Thérèse Chappaz

Marie-Thérèse Chappaz - The rare nectars of the Queen of Valais...

White Marls

Martet

Mas Cal Demoura

"Vincent Goumard, venu du conseil financier, a repris avec son épouse Isabelle cette propriété de Jonquières, en Terrasses du Larzac, qui appartenait au père d'Olivier Jullien.

Mas de la Séranne

Mas de la Seranne - Aniane from Altaïr-Prod on Vimeo .

Mas del Périé

Fabien Jouves takes the South West to a new style. The great talent of Cahors signs wines of great purity, natural, expressive and precise. To be discovered without further delay...

Mas des Bressades

Costières de Nîmes with an amazing quality/price/pleasure ratio...

Mas Jullien

"Installé à Jonquières à l'ouest de Montpellier, Olivier Jullien, référence incontestée et incontestable, est parvenu avec intuition et intelligence à hisser au plus haut le niveau qualitatif des vins de la région et a entraîné derrière lui toute une génération de jeunes vignerons.

Mas Laval

Massaya

All the elegance and delicacy of the wines of the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon...

Maxime Magnon

Mazeyres

"Grâce aux vignes plantées en 2011, sur le secteur de l'hippodrome de Libourne, la Sogecap (branche assurance-vie de la Caisse de Retraite de la Société Générale) possède désormais 25,5 hectares de sables lardés d'argiles et de graves qui sont

Mee Godard

"Mee Godard created his estate in February 2013 (...). This small estate of 5.40ha is composed of beautiful terroirs of the Morgon cru, and very old vines (Corcelette, Grand Cras, Côte du Py). We are impressed by the dimension of the wines after only three years of harvesting. (...) The 2016s are limpid, the maturity is expressed differently with fresher and less candied fruit. The mouths are more stretched out and less immediate; the acidities bring a lot of dynamism. Grand Cras has changed its style: it seems less extracted and more Burgundian than the 2015. The Côte du Py is superb. Its fruit expresses blackcurrant and blackberry with a graphite imprint that tightens it." RVF Guide 2018

Michel Autran

Michel Bouzereau

The Michel Bouzereau et Fils estate has been run by Jean-Baptiste Bouzereau (Michel's son) for 25 years now. The vineyard is planted with pinot noir and chardonnay, but the reputation of the estate comes mainly from the chardonnays, especially the prestigious Meursault wines from the best climates of the appellation, such as Tessons, Genevrières or the mythical Perrières in Meursault or Cailleret in Puligny Montrachet Premier Cru. The wines benefit from long maturing periods, 12 or 18 months, and from an ultra-precise vinification process, which produces wines that are easy to digest, with a rare elegance and depth... Racy wines that know how to age gracefully. Wines that every lover of great whites must drink.

Montcalmès

Frédéric Pourtalié has become a Languedoc icon. The Montcalmès vineyard covers an area of 23 hectares today; Syrah and Grenache on a limestone plateau and Mourvèdre on rolled pebbles. A blend has been produced since 1999, the one that made the reputation of the Domaine. It is aged for twenty-four months in barrels, in the purest tradition without fining or filtration, a cuvée of unfailing regularity.

Monteillet - Montez

Stéphane Montez is one of the most dynamic winemakers in the Chavanay area, and in the last few years he has succeeded in becoming a must for wine lovers in the Northern Rhône.

Montevertine

Montevertine is a superb estate with 18 hectares of vineyards in the Chianti region of Radda between Florence and Siena. Martino Manetti carries on the work of his father Sergio with the same traditional approach and delivers great wines with great ageing potential, among the best Sangiovese of all Tuscany, such as the masterpiece of the estate, the famous Pergole Torte..

Montrose

Montus - Bouscassé

Château Montus and Château Bouscassé are the two masterpieces of Alain Brumont, the pioneer of Madiran, who was the first, as early as 1980, to detect the value of these fabulous terroirs and to compose, vintage after vintage, what can be done best in this sector, by revealing the quintessence of these very great terroirs. Great wines for ageing, capable of competing without difficulty with the greatest Bordeaux wines...

Mouton-Rothschild

Niepoort

Nugues

Olivier Pithon

"Avec d'entrée de jeu 3 étoiles, le domaine Olivier Pithon faisait il y a quelques années une entrée fracassante dans notre guide. Depuis, les vins continuent de nous convaincre d'année en année.

Opus One

Palmer

Pope Clement

Paul and Marie Jacqueson

Pierre and Marie now run the famous Domaine Paul et Marie Jacqueson, which now covers 13 hectares in the Rully and Mercurey appellations. The care of the vines and the highly controlled vinification allow them to produce wines at the top of their appellation, always with a very good restitution of the fruit and at more than reasonable prices...

Paul Janin et Fils

The reference for Moulin-à-Vent...

Paul Pillot

Pavie-Macquin

"Les trois derniers millésimes de Pavie Macquin sont de très haute volée. Les 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 sont d'excellente facture et les 2016 et 2018 s'annoncent somptueux. En effet, avec ses 18 hectares, sur le rebord de la côte Pavie, Pavie-Macquin est devenu fort justement Premier Grand Gru Classé.

Little Bocq

Peyre Rose

"S'il fallait donner synonyme à Peyre Rose, ce serait sûrement mille et une nuits tant les finales sont envoûtantes.

Phélan Ségur

"Phélan a été vendu en 2018 à un grand passionné de vins de Bordeaux, Philippe Van de Vyvere. Ce cru qui est en quelque sorte le cousin germain de Calon-Ségur est l'un des plus réputés du secteur.

Philippe Darioli

Philippe Darioli - Purity of fruit and elegance

Pibarnon

Pichon Baron

Pierre André

An exceptional heritage of old vines!

Pierre Gonon

"Jean et Pierre Gonon ont succédé à leur père depuis plus de 20 millésimes déjà, et grâce à eux la vision que les consommateurs ont du cru Saint-Joseph a bien changé.

Pierre Luneau-Papin

Pierre-Marie and Marie represent the 9th generation of the Domaine and continue the dazzling adventure of the Domaine Luneau-Papin on the forty hectares of vineyards located in the communes of Le Landreau, La Chapelle-Heulin and Vallet.

Pierre Ménard

A very talented winemaker to discover first...

Pierre Vaïsse

One of the greatest winemakers of tomorrow. Installed in Puechabon and inspired by his friends Frédéric Pourtalié and Laurent Vaillé of the Grange des Pères, Pierre Vaisse is already producing wines that are part of the Languedoc elite, wines with a great identity, signed by long maturation that gives them great purity, in a style infused with a very high level.

Pierre-Jean Villa

"Pierre-Jean Villa s'est imposé en quelques années comme l'un des vignerons les plus doués de sa génération, créant son domaine à la force du poignet et surtout de la pioche.

Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey

"Pierre-Yves Colin a quitté le domaine familial de Saint-Aubin (Marc Colin) en 2006 pour un jardin de 2,5 hectares de vignes devenus 11 hectares et situés entre Saint-Aubin, Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet et Meursault. Avec son épouse Caroline Morey, qui possède également son propre domaine, ils partagent un magnifique lieu de production très moderne depuis 2015.

Pingus

Pisano

Rangeoles

"Les Plageoles (Robert et Bernard, son fils) ont été à l'origine du renouveau du vignoble gaillacois, en faisant connaître les variétés du mauzac et les cépages locaux oubliés.

Planeta

Pontet Canet

"Ce cru est devenu l'un des plus recherchés en Médoc. Propriétaire concerné et passionné, Alfred Tesseron, aidé aujourd'hui par sa fille Justine, est toujours pêt à tous les risques. 

Principiano Ferdinando

Rapet Père et Fils

"Vincent Rapet a succédé à son père pour gérer les 20 hectares de vignoble, principalement situés autour de la colline de Corton. Les murs historiques du chai accueillent depuis quelques années une cuverie moderniste qui, associée à une série d'investissements dans le renouvellement du matériel de culture, offrent désormais à Vincent un outil de production qui permet de bousculer les meilleurs de la Bourgogne.

Raspail-Ay

Dominique Ay produces on a very beautiful terroir with clay-limestone soils the archetype of a very beautiful Gigondas, full, pulpy, with a tight structure that requires at least 5 to 6 years of cellaring to express itself. Note that this Gigondas Raspail Ay shows a flawless consistency over the vintages, the secret of this success being partly due to the fact that the estate produces only one cuvée, and it is aged in large tuns for at least 24 months. A Gigondas, authentic and racy, unique.

Rauzan Ségla

"En plein coeur de l'appellation Margaux, ce cru de premier ordre a été racheté en 1994 par les frères Wertheimer, propriétaires de la maison Chanel et du château Canon à Saint-Émilion.

Ravenswood

Raymond Paccot

Domaine La Colombe - Raymond Paccot - Biodynamics and great precision

Ridge Vineyards

Roagna

Robert Groffier

Robert Michel

Robin des Moines

Roc d'Anglade

Roc de Cambes

François Mitjavile, the "artist-winemaker" as there are very few on the wine planet, owns two jewels: Tertre-Roteboeuf in Saint-Emilion and Roc de Cambes in Côtes de Bourg.

Roches Neuves - Germain

EXCELLENCE IN SAUMUR-CHAMPIGNY

Romain Le Bars

Red mullet

Saint Peter

New Year's Eve

The Saint Sylvestre estate, which takes its name from the church in Puéchabon where the first vines were historically planted, is located north of Aniane in the heart of the famous Terrasses du Larzac.

Saint Nicholas

"Thierry Michon, supported by his sons, Antoine and Mickaël, runs the only estate of international stature in the Vendée. On the Atlantic terroir of Brem, he has vines cultivated entirely in biodynamic methods, whose yields have unfortunately been very low in recent years. Under the influence of the ocean, the vineyard produces whites of chenin and chardonnay (yellow stone fruits and saline finish), and reds of pinot noir aged for a long time (Jacques, La Grande Pièce), but also of gamay, negrette and cabernet franc. This eclecticism is reflected in wines that are constantly gaining in finesse, purity and intensity of fruit. Their natural balance, which is becoming more and more accomplished, makes them affordable when young, but they can age gracefully: don't hesitate to aerate them in a carafe. The brand new cellar will allow the trio of winemakers to further refine their cuvées." RVF Guide 2018

Saint-Pierre - Pomerol

Santa Duc

Sébastien David

Sébastien David's vines were mainly planted around 1940, with some plots being much older, planted long before the appellation was classified in 1937.

Seguin

Serafino Rivella

Seresin

Serol

Sigaut

"Ce domaine artisanal possède de jolies vignes sur Chambolle et Morey vinifiés par Anne Sigaut. Sans s'éloigner d'un style de bourgognes classiques, équilibrés, aptes à bien évoluer dans le temps, elle a su leur communiquer et leur faire exprimer le charme dont sont capables les chambolles réussis.

Simon Maye

Discover the quintessence of the Valais with the best of the famous Swiss wine productions of the late Simon Maye.

Sine Qua Non

Smith Haut Lafitte

Sol Payré

Five generations of winegrowers have succeeded one another at the estate, from Gustave Payré to Jean-Claude and Bertrand Sol. The Domaine is located in Elne, in the heart of the Aspres, in Roussillon, at the foot of the Pyrenees, the natural border with Spain. Reasoned protection, yield control and maturity are our watchwords! The particularity of the Domaine comes from the different terroirs with in the south, in the Aspres (Elne and Passa), about fifty hectares on clay-limestone soils, greedy wines with character and in the north, in the Agly valley (Maury), about ten hectares spread over Schist, Granite and Gneiss, here it's the minerality that speaks, the fineness of the tannins and the complexity of the aromas

Sottimano

Rino Sottimano took over the estate in 1975. His son Andrea joined him in 1994 along with Elena and Claudia. The vineyard is located in the heart of the superb Barbaresco terroirs and the Cotta, Currà, Fausoni, Pajorè and Basarin crus and now covers 18 hectares.

Stéphane Ogier

Stéphane Ogier represents the 7th generation of the family established in Ampuis, the cradle of the Côte-Rôtie.

Stéphane Tissot

The Domaine André et Mireille Tissot of Bénédicte and Stéphane Tissot was created in 1962 and is located in Montigny-les-Arsures, a small town close to Arbois, the capital of Jura wines. Stéphane Tissot and his wife Bénédicte officially took over the estate in 1990.

Sylvie Esmonin

"Sylvie Esmonin mène son domaine dans une démarche inspirée du bio. Elle a adopté progressivement les vinifications en grappe entière, à partir de raisins provenant d'une viticulture rigoureuse de longue date. Cela a donné des millésimes récents d'anthologie.

Tacama

Tarra di Sogno

A domain born from the association of Yves Canarelli (Clos Canarelli) and Patrick Fioramonti (great Corsican sommelier and director of Cala Rossa in Porto-Vecchio).

Te Mata

Tempier

The ultimate reference of the Bandol appellation... or one of the most beautiful representations of the famous mourvèdre grape variety.

Tenuta delle Terre Nere

Tenuta San Guido

Terroir Al Limit

Tertre Roteboeuf

"François Mitjavile est un propriétaire artiste, une sorte de philosophe de la pensée agricole. Sur son petit vignoble promontoire de 5,68 hectares, il recule à chaque millésime les limites du possible et même de l'imaginable pour cueillir le raisin au sommet absolu de la maturité, cherchant une richesse inouïe de saveur pour ses vins, monuments de sensualité élégante.

The Sadie Family

Eben Sadie produces some of the best wines in South Africa in the Swartland region. Recognised throughout the southern wine hemisphere, he strives to make each vintage as accurate and humble as nature can give it.

Thibault Liger-Belair

"Devenu une référence incontournable, Thibault Liger-Belair a brillamment repris le domaine familial en 2001. Les vignes sont cultivées en bio et les rendements très maîtrisés.

Tire Pé

In the southern part of the Langonnais, Hélène and David Barrault are bringing this terroir back to life on plots of old vines, cultivated organically since 2008, mainly Cabernet Franc but also Malbec, which can be the subject of a cuvée depending on the vintage.

Gendres Tower

"Cette propriété est le fief de la famille de Conti. Luc de Conti a acheté le domaine en 1981. Son cousin Francis et son fils Guillaume l'ont rejoint, tandis que sa fille Margaux a choisi un autre domaine (Barouillet) et son fils Gilles la voie de la bière. 50 hectares sont conduits en bio et une petite partie (12 hectare) en biodynamie." 3*/5 Bettane+Desseauve 2022

Trapet

Jean-Louis Trapet is now at the top of the great Burgundy estates (3 stars in the Revue du Vin de France's Green Guide). Cultivated biodynamically, his great terroirs of Gevrey deliver wines that are more and more accomplished, precise, elegant and absolutely voluptuous.

Trevallon

"Eloi and Floriane Dürrbach planted the vineyard in 1973, and continue to make Trévallon one of the jewels in the crown of the French wine industry. Located on the northern slopes of the Alpilles, the 17-hectare vineyard, which has been organically farmed since its origin, is predominantly limestone. The Dürrbachs do not claim to be called Baux-de-Provence, as their grape varieties are totally atypical: Cabernet-Sauvignon and Syrah for the reds, Roussanne and Marsanne for the whites, supplemented by a little Chardonnay. The red, which has become mythical, as well as the white, have real potential. The grumblers of local tannin and INAO would do well to take their cue from the perfectly adequate grape varieties of this vibrant and exemplary vin de pays!" Bettane + Desseauve Guide 2018

U Stiliccionu

"After making wine in Cahors, New Zealand and Tokaj, Sébastien Poly took over this small family estate in 2006. He benefits from a heritage of old vines planted in the 1960s in the granite and clay valley of Taravo, not far from the Comte Abbatucci and Vaccelli estates. He vinifies without yeast, with very little or no sulphite. His wines retain a great aromatic frankness. Certified organic since 2009, he is currently converting to biodynamics, and offers wines of a greediness and digestibility rare in Corsica. Not to be missed." RVF Guide 2018

Valdivieso

Valmengaux

Vaona

Vega Sicilia

Old Castle Certan

Old Telegraph

The Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe, owned by the Brunier family, is one of the most emblematic Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Guillaume Vineyard

Vincent Dureuil Janthial

Vincent Dureuil has established himself as a great signature of Burgundy. At Domaine Dureuil Janthial, he produces dazzling, pure, intense, highly precise Rully wines, true wines of emotion to be discovered without further delay, limited volumes...

Vincent Paris

Cornas is an appellation that is curiously less recognised than its prestigious neighbours Côte-Rôtie and Hermitage, yet it has nothing to envy them. You only have to go there to discover the striking landscape of the Cornas hillside, with its steep, terraced Syrah vines. It is easy to understand the quality that some estates can achieve here, given the quality of the terroir and the exposure.

Vincent Pinard

Based in Bué, the Pinard family, now led by Clément and Florent but still under the watchful eye of father Vincent, continues its spectacular progress towards excellence, with organic farming and a demanding desire to transcribe each specific terroir as well as possible.

Yves Gangloff

Yvon Métras

Zorah

Rostaing

Cavarodes

Etienne Thiebaud created the Domaine des Cavarodes in 2007, in the village of Cramans, about 15km from Arbois in the northern Jura, close to Arc et Senans. He produces wines of incredible purity that reflect the terroir on both sides of the Loue River in the Jura and Franche-Comté.

San Giusto a Rentennano

Tenuta di Valgiano

Chandon de Briailles

"Géré depuis 2001 par le duo sœur-frère Claude et François de Nicolay, celui-ci s'étend sur près de 14 hectares intégralement conduits en biodynamie depuis 2005. Les vinifications sont des plus traditionnelles : raisins entiers, températures de fermentation n'excédant pas 30°C, et pas ou très peu de bois neuf.

Julien Delrieu

Muriel Giudicelli

Ampeleia

Le domaine toscan d'Elisabetta Foradori offre des vins élégants et soyeux, issus de terroirs situés entre 250m et 650m d'altitude. Ampeleia retrouve la finesse et les arômes d'orange sanguine des vins de Foradori.

Emidio Pepe

Cécile Tremblay

Domaine Ponsot

Laurent Ponsot

Fincas de Azabache

Monteabellon

Montels

Domaine des Chers

Ad Fines

Le Coteau

Sant Armettu

"Un ermite guérisseur ayant choisi pour exercer son don ce site exceptionnel, à l'extrême nord de l'appellation, a inspiré le nom du domaine.

Clos Fourtet

Durfort-Vivens

Méo-Camuzet

Talbot

Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande

Ferrière

Lafon-Rochet