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Château de Bellevue, one of the Barbet family’s latest acquisitions, is a majestic estate, part of the Villié-Morgon village, in South Burgundy. Over the years, it has been the home of prestigious occupants, such as the Lumière Brothers, inventors of the cinema, and Princess Lieven of Russia. With a total of 22 hectares of Gamay planted in Morgon, Château de Bellevue is one of the major domains of the appellation. Well respected winemaker Claire Forestier from Burgundy, Beaujolais, is now working for the Château de Bellevue since 2009. Along with Xavier Barbet, they produce superb wines including: Morgon Les Charmes & Morgon …

Samuel Delafont is an « Artisan Négociant » specialized in crus from the Languedoc region in France. He has created S. Delafont in his name with a militant zeal and an ambitious approach to the development of great Languedoc wines. “For each cru we select and assemble small volumes of newly fermented wine from the best chateaux and domains of the appellation. We then carefully watch over the maturation process before bottling the wine in our own cellars. Our experience after many years in the vineyards of the Languedoc has allowed us to build, with the growers, a very good relationship …

Owned by the Bustros family since 1979, the large estate of Château Kefraya was established in the West Bekaa Valley during Lebanon’s Civil War. The Bustros family are winemakers of distinction skillfully incorporating esoteric with more traditional grapes varieties. They are driven to produce stellar wines despite a sometimes challenging region. The vineyard located at 1000 meters above sea level, on the foothills of Mount Barouk is characterized by a stunning diversity of soil types. A sustainable wine-growing policy allows the vines to flourish while respecting the terroir’s inherent expression. All the grapes are hand-harvested and the berries carefuly selected. Château Kefraya produces …

Since the beginning of the 17th century, the Malet Roquefort family has lived in Saint-Emilion. The estate of Saint Emilion has been one of the Premiers Grands Crus Classés – official list was first drawn up in 1954. Count Léo de Malet Roquefort inherited the family property in 1958. Early in life, his son Alexandre de Malet Roquefort was drawn by his passion for this terroir and has never stopped working to reveal the splendor of the Château La Gaffelière estate. With the same passion, father and son worked together to improve and enhance the vineyard, combining ancestral methods and modern …

The Douro region has been producing wine for more than 2,000 years. Many great Portuguese wines come from this area, including the world-renowned Port wines. The wines produced at the Domaine Quinta Do Pessegueiro appeal first on account of their high quality and second because they are the result of a complex and well-balanced project aimed directly at highlighting the originality and the specifics of each vineyard. The cellar of Quinta Do Pessegueiro domaine mixes the traditional and quality methods of wines production with the latest, most sophisticated equipment and innovation. Appropriately, to preserve the wine as long as possible, the use …

“When authentic wines get personal” Xavier Flouret Wines is a carefully curated collection of some of the world’s finest boutique vintages. Flouret personally conducts a vigorous selection process, choosing only expertly made, wines that highlight their terroir for his premium portfolio. Respecting the tradition of craftmanship, Xavier Flouret reveals unique wines with a beautiful heritage. Today, the recognizable “X” can be found on 12 different wines, stemming from the best wine regions in 7 different countries. View all collection : Xavier Flouret Wines

The Domaine Saint-Pierre has been owned by the same family for many generations. Since 1933 the harvest has been vinified in the Domain’s cellar for private use. Then, in 1972, Jean Claude Fauque started selling his bottles. The winery is now operated by Jean François and Philippe Fauque. Located in the heart of the Côtes du Rhône wine-growing region wedged between Chateauneuf-du-Pape and Gigondas, this 50-hectare vineyard produces a variety of appellations which include 4.5 ha of Vacqueyras. View all collection : Domaine Saint-Pierre Wines Visit the winery website: Domaine Saint-Pierre

The Raffault family owns and manages 28 hectares of vineyards spread across 25 plots in Savigny en Véron et Avoine, Beaumont en Véron and the Chinon regions. The wine-grower Julien Raffault is very careful with his stock of 20-year-old vines. At Domaine du Raifault, each wine reflects the climate of the year and highlights wine grower’s personality. Every vintage of the domain is unique, offering a large choice of colors and aromas. Grape varietals contribute in the high quality of Raifault wines. For example, Cabernet-Franc is the only grape varietal at Domaine du Raifault that can produce very different rose …

Château Dereszla was founded in the 15th century. After being nationalized during the communist period, the property was privatized in 1991. The D’Aulan family from France took over the Estate in 2000 with the strong belief that a winery in such a historical region was worth being revived again. Dereszla cultivates about 60 hectares, located in the Tokaji Wine Region in Hungary, which is part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 2002. The vineyards are on 8 different locations. This diversity creates perfect conditions for blending and producing exceptional sweet dessert wines as well as high quality dry white wines. View all …

In the French branch of the Rothschild family, the tradition of wine dates back to 1868 with the purchase of Château Lafite by James de Rothschild. After more than a century of family history interlinked with the world of wine, Baron Edmond de Rothschild (James’ great grandson) purchased Château Clarke and Château Malmaison in 1973 and create the “Compagnie Vinicole Baron Edmond de Rothschild”. Following his father’s footsteps, Benjamin de Rothschild purchased two superb properties in 2003: the Château des Laurets and the Château de Malengin. Malengin is an old middle age fortress built on a limestone plateau located on the …

“Rigal reveals the nuances in Malbec” Maison Rigal is firmly rooted in Cahors, a traditional French region, where the Malbec grape was born 2,000 years ago. The Rigal story started in 1755 in the heart of the Southwest when the first vines were planted in the Cahors vineyard. Through the years Maison Rigal has built up a unique expertise when it comes to Malbec. View all collection: Maison Rigal Wines Visit the winery website: Maison Rigal

This private Domaine is one of a very few properties of its size in the Mâconnais region dating back to the 11th century. During the Middle Ages, the Domaine was considered one of the outbuildings of the renown Abbey de Cluny. Purchased after the French Revolution by the l’Epine family it now covers some 62 acres, a third containing vines over 40 years old. These vines are 100% Chardonnay. They grow in the clay and chalk soil of the gentle hills which bordering the Saône Valley between the villages of Lugny and Viré. View all collection: Château de Mirande Wines …

Les Hauts de La Gaffelière was born of a common vision shared by the Count Léo de Malet Roquefort and his son Alexandre. Driven by their mutual passion and thoughtful attention to their terroir, this father and son duo has produced a wine affirming their love of creation and process in the precise expression of this Bordeaux. View all collection: Les Hauts de La Gaffelière Wines

Domaine des Pasquiers was created in 1936 when breeding sheep was the main activity and viniculture was just a supplemental pass-time for the proprietor. However, the estate evolved during the 1960s with the purchase of additional parcels of land known as the Sablet and the Vinsobres estates. Today, this traditional-styled winery is run by the brothers Jean-Claude and Philippe Lambert who privilege organic farming techniques. The estate covers 87 hectares, divided into different appellations: Gigondas, Côtes du Rhône villages Sablet, Côtes du Rhône villages Plan de Dieu, AOP Côtes du Rhône and vin de pays de Vaucluse. The domaine’s cellar has a …

“From the Earth to the glass, cultivating exception to reveal the most lovely expression.” The domain dates back to 1850 and now covers 16 hectares. For five generations, the Bertrand Family has taken care of this land in Saint-Emilion with passion and high respect for the terroir. The clay-limestone soil is located on the hillside south of Saint Emilion at the foot of the Tertre Daugay. The 35-year-old vines are grown using sustainable methods and are entirely hand harvested. View all collection: Château Carteau Wines

For over 400 years, through perseverance, innovation and by changing with the times, Dufouleur Père & Fils has consistently obtained the very best from their ancient vineyards. The character, quality and richness of Dufouleur wines are the fruit of the combined efforts and know how of men and women who abide by one golden rule: “Respect the grapes”. For generations the Dufouleur Family have been unraveling the secrets that lie beneath the vineyards and which are revealed over time. Maintaining each parcel, planting, pruning, winemaking, ageing; each of these steps must reflect the individual terroir, bringing out the subtleties of the …

Located on the North side of Châteauneuf, the Domaine La Fagotière is owned by the Chastan Family since 1889, and carries on a deep respect for the tradition of winemaking. Today, sister-and-brother owners Pascal Chastan and Valérie Leoty represent the 5th-generation. The 32 hectare estate grows 17ha of AOP Châteauneuf-du-Pape and 15ha of the Côte du Rhône appellation using sustainable vine-growing methods. The 17 hectares of vines dedicated to the Châteauneuf-  du-Pape appellation are around 50 years old. The very old soil is made of sandstones (from 1 to 1.5 meters deep) resting on a thick layer of clay full of “rolled pebbles”. They store …

Settled since 1964 on this 20-hectare wine estate, the Touchais Family brings elegance and a strong character to this exceptional Haut-Medoc. Lionel, the winemaker and also 3rd generation of the family, took over the technical management of the winery in 2005. Close to the terroir, the Domaine uses sustainable growing methods including the use of natural fertilizers and vines planted with grass. View all collection: Château Balac Wines Visit the winery website: Château Balac

The Pichon family is a wine growing family passed along father to son over six generations. The estate combined traditional and modern wine making techniques to create authentic wines. The winery is located in the Pays Nantais in the Loire Valley. The terroir is a combination of schist, gneiss and granite. View all collection: Pichon Claude Michel Wines

The reputation of the Château has been well-established since 1770. At that time the winemaker of the domain earned the sobriquet, “The king of grape varieties”. Then in 1872, this superb property was handed over to the Family of the General de Moncets. Through much patience, a contiguous domain was developed at the crossroads of four vineyards known for their prestigious crus: Montagne, Néac, Saint-Emilion and Pomerol. Grown in the heart of the France’s Bordeaux region, the 19-hectare estate of AOC Lalande-De-Pomerol is cultivated in accordance with sustainable agricultural methods. View all collection: Château Moncets Wines Visit the winery website: Château Moncets

Agricola Castellana is a winery founded in 1935 in La Seca (Valladolid) in the heart of the Rueda D.O. by a small number of dedicated vine growers wishing to add value to their products. Under the protection of the fertile waters of the Duero, the Rueda D.O. is located at an altitude of 730 meters, subject to cold and very long winters and short springs with late frosts and hot summers. One of the great benefits of the location is the difference in temperature between day and night, typical of high lands. This explains part of the secret of the balance between …

Located in Pouilly-sur-Loire, in the heart of the France’s Loire Valley, the Domaine Gilles Chollet uses modern wine-making techniques to bring out the best of the Pouilly Fumé terroir. The 12 hectare estate is comprised of clay-limestone and sandy soils and benefits from a south-western exposure. The vines are cultivated in accordance with sustainable agricultural methods known as “Lutte Raisonnée”. View all collection: Gilles Chollet Wines Visit the winery website: Domaine Gilles Chollet

Since 1688, the Ruhlmann family has pursued its passion for wine in Dambach-la-Ville. Over generations, the Ruhlmann estate has expanded by nearly 75 acres, a major portion of which are grands crus and wines named for a specific locality. Maximizing its land areas, developing new methods of wine production and exploring distant market has brought the Domaine to rank amongst the finest wine estates of Alsace. The Ruhlmann winery and its current winemaker, André Ruhlmann, encourage a creative spirit. The geographical distribution of soils, makes it possible to match different grape varieties to their most favorable Terroir. The vines, some of …

The Domaine “Gadais Père & Fils” was established in 1952 at Saint Fiacre-sur-Maine in the France’s Loire Valley. The 47-hectare is cultivated in accordance with sustainable agricultural methods called « Lutte Raisonnée ». Grown between the Sevre and the Maine rivers on the hillsides of Saint-Fiacre, the vines are rooted in two-mica gneiss soils. The perpetual search of excellence and high quality wines is the main concern of the Winemaker Cristophe Gadais. View all collection: Gadais Père & Fils Wines Visit the winery website: Gadais Père et Fils

Located in the heart of the village of Pouilly in Southern Burgundy, the Domaine des Sansonnets is owned by the same family since 4 generations. The current vine growers Mr & Mrs Lucien Berger work with passion and use sustainable methods to create this complex and vigorous Pouilly-Fuissé. Uncontested king of the Mâconnais, this wine comes from the beautiful Southern Mâconnais region guarded by two jagged rocky outcros: Vergisson and Solutré. The 8 acres of 30 to 60 years old Chardonnay vines are planted in a clay limestone soil on hillside slopes facing the rising sun. View all collection : Domaine des …

AR Lenoble is one of the rare producers in Champagne that is still entirely independent and family-owned. Sister-and-brother owners Anne and Antoine Malassagne are the great-grandchildren of Armand-Raphaël Graser who founded AR Lenoble nearly 100 years ago in 1920. AR Lenoble believes very strongly in privileging the characteristic expression of fruit from its own vineyards. AR Lenoble owns 18 hectares in three prime locations in Champagne: Chouilly, Bisseuil and Damery. 100% of the chardonnay used to craft their wines comes from the Grand Cru village of Chouilly while 100% of the pinot noir comes from the Premier Cru village of …