Perfect terroir and old vines are the prerequisites for complex deep wines full of character. Domaine de Villeneuve is richly blessed with both. The Grenache, Clairette and Cinsault vines, which are over 80 years old, grow in the immediate vicinity of Château de Beaucastel. Due to their biblical age, they do not produce a lot of income, but compensate for it with even more finesse and elegance.
The Vacheron family winery is one of the absolute top companies in the Sancerre appellation. Thanks to top quality sites and uncompromising biodynamic work in the vineyard and in the cellar, the terroir comes into its own in the wines in an inimitable way. Freshness, minerality and complexity are characteristic of the wreaths of this domain.
The flat floors of Domaine Mosse consist mainly of slate and sandstone, some of which are covered with clay. Fantastic nautical wines from the Loire. The bedrock for the red grape varieties is dominated by volcanic rocks, slate and sandstone. In order to get the best quality out of their vineyards, they work organically with the additional help of a few biodynamic preparations. The grapes are hand picked.
Domaine Les Dolomiers: Céline and her husband Steve Gormally grow their wines in Passenans, a French commune with 344 inhabitants in the Jura department. The vines of Domaine Les Dolomiers grow mainly on limestone soils and colorful marl - ideal conditions for their Savagnin and Chardonnay.
The Domaine Pignier is located in one of our favorite areas: the Jura in France. Some of the most exciting winemakers have settled there over the past few years. Domaine Pignier was originally founded by Carthusian monks in the 13th century. At the end of the 18th century, the Pignier family took over the winery and its impressive Gothic cellars.