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French Wines

Rhône Valley

Domaine des Anges

Owned by Irishman Gabriel McGuinness, Domaine des Anges is a small hillside estate located above the village of Mormoiron. The vineyard covers 18 hectares of vines in what’s considered the best domaine in the Ventoux appellation. The young winemaker here is Florent Chave, who served his apprenticeship at Domaine Brusset in Cairanne.

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Les Vignerons Parisiens

Les Vignerons Parisiens is the first and only urban winery in Paris. Located in the 3rd Arrondissement, the enterprise was founded by Matthieu Bosser with two partners: oenologist Emmanuel Gagnepain and biodynamic viticulture consultant Fréderic Duseigneur. Maintaining authenticity and quality throughout the process, their biodynamic and certified organic grapes are sourced from four different growers, located in the communes of Visan and Sabran in the southern Rhône. Although the project only started in 2015, the partners have built up an intimate knowledge of all the vineyards they work with over the past 15 years. The 2017 vintage, their third, produced 37,000 bottles divided over 5 different Cuvées . Their market to date has been relatively local, distributing to a wide range of clients in Paris – from modest bistronomie restaurants to 3 Michelin starred chefs, including Alain Ducasse.

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Champagne

Maison Brimoncourt

Champagne Brimoncourt is the brainchild of dapperly-dressed Alexandre Cornot, who saw the potential to breathe new life into the champagne Brimoncourt label which had been left dormant since the 1950s. After quitting his career as a corporate lawyer he took up an internship at Christie’s and became immersed in the art world. From there he returned to his native Champagne to help to turn around the fortunes of the historic print house that has produced labels for the best houses of the region. Alexandre then began sourcing grapes from the premier and grand cru vineyards and in 2008 he relaunched the dormant Maison Brimoncourt from the old printing works which had been left empty when the now thriving business was sold on. After 6 years of planning and research Brimoncourt released its first vintage in 2014.

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Côtes de Gascogne

Les Frères Laffitte

Christophe et Sébastien, two Gascon brothers who can trace their ancestry in their village of Ayzieu back to the 15th century. The name “La Fitte” originates from the word stone in the ancient Gascon language. Amazingly, there has been only one son born to succeed each generation until the brothers arrived. Historically, the family only made one vintage Armagnac, but the brothers’ parents decided to diversify into wine. In a single generation they have grown their property from 18 to 120 hectares of vines. The striking modern labels illustrate the two foremost symbols of the south-west region – the béret and the marinière – and reflect the wonderful simplicity of the wine.

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Languedoc – Roussillon

Les Vignerons D’Alignan

Situated in the village of Neffiès in the Hérault department at the historical heart of the largest wine growing region in the world, the Cave Coopérative d’Alignan du Vent is a co-operative of 300 wine growers who cultivate some of the most diverse vineyards in southern France. Covering an area of 1000 hectares, the vineyards comprise a variety of soil types and microclimates which provide optimum growing conditions for a diverse selection of varietals. Since its formation in 2002, Alignan has seen significant ongoing investment in state-of-the-art wine-making equipment which has allowed the group to maximise the diversity of soil types and micro-climactic conditions. The wines show pronounced fruit flavours balanced by fine structure and acidity.

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Vignerons de la Vicomté D’Aumelas

Created more than 30 years ago, the production and marketing union of Les Vignerons de la Vicomté brings together producers from more than 45 villages in the heart of the Languedoc. The Vicomté territory extends over a hilly part of the country, in the northern foothills of the plateau of Aumelas. The group’s team of skilled oenologists work to identify and select exceptional quality wines which reveal the unique character of each terroir.

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Domaine Les Yeuses

Domaine les Yeuses has been owned by brothers Jean-Paul and Michel Darde for over 30 years. Built during the 13th century on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Mediterranean, the domaine is named after a local forest of holm oak trees, “les yeuses” in the local dialect. The vineyard covers more than 80 hectares of gently sloping hills. Its unique position makes it ideally suited to growing a wide selection of grape varieties and producing wines with notable freshness and aromatic fruit.

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Domaine Des Lauriers

Domaine des Lauriers stretches over 45 hectares of Mediterranean scrub land on a calcerous plateau of red soil and pebbles. Wines are tended under the Terra Vitis charter which is designed to ensure impact-free agriculture. The combination of garrigue and pine plantation soil types and the moisture laden ocean breezes bringing cooler autumn air creates perfect conditions for ripening the picpoul grape.

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Domaine Bonfils

The Bonfils family have been making wine for 5 generations. Today, Jean-Michel Bonfils and his 3 sons tend vineyards filled with the traditional grape varieties of the sunny South. The vineyards have expanded over the years to encompass some of the best terroirs in Southern France. Their philosophy of respecting the land and working with nature allows them to include some wonderful natural wines among their portfolio.

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Château La Condamine

The Baronet family have been making wine on their 50 hectares at the foot of the Alaric mountain for more than 3 generations. With almost 19 hectares devoted to the carignan grape, they produce mainly red wines. The family and their team harvest their grapes by hand, an essential approach when cultivating 100 year old vines.

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Bordeaux

We source all of our Bordeaux wines through Établissements Jean-Pierre Moueix and its sister company Autres Rivages With 80 years of experience in selecting the finest wines of Bordeaux, they have exclusive distribution rights with over twenty eminent Right Bank châteaux. All wines are purchased directly from châteaux prior to storage in the Libourne warehouses, where bottles rest peacefully in ideal conditions. The company is proud to be able to guarantee perfect traceability for each bottle shipped from the Quai du Priourat.

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Loire Valley

Gitton Père et Fils

Established in 1945 by Marcel Gitton with barely 1 acre, the Gitton et Pere estates today cover close to 60 acres in the best areas of the region. Each vineyard is vinified without the use of artificial yeast or enzymes.

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Domaine Bouchié-Chatellier

When the children of neighbouring wine-makers Robert Poirier and Eugene Bouchié married, they brought their two vineyards together to create Domaine Bouchié -Chatellier. For 4 generations the family have been using traditional planting and harvesting methods to produce their unique wines.

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Alsace

Joseph Cattin

The Cattin family arrived in Voeglinshoffen, famous for its wines since the Middle-Ages, in 1720. Today, father and son, Jacques senior and junior, work their 50 hectares side by side. The region is noted for the quality of its Muscat and, keen to preserve its reputation, the Cattins have built a separate cellar to accommodate the grape that produces such powerful, concentrated wines.

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