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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. Particular attention is given to vineyard management in order to achieve low yield and get quality …

“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

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