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History

AdVini’s history reflects the image of the founders and entrepreneurs who nourished its history. Under the wings  of Hugues and Bernard, the  Jeanjean family who had been established in St Felix since 1870,  and their management supervised by Antoine Leccia, CEO, provided solid roots to a unique business model in the wine universe which expresses itself in the best terroirs of  France and South Africa.

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1897

Jeanjean family created the company – First Vineyard

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1994 – 2010

Growth through acquisitions of prestigious Maisons & Vineyards :

  • 1994 : Ogier then Clos de l’Oratoire des Papes in Châteauneuf-du-Pape (2000)
  • 2003 : Rigal in Cahors
  • 2004 : Château Gassier in Provence
  • 2004 : Cazes in Roussillon
  • 2006 : Antoine Moueix, Château Capet-Guillier (2006) in Saint-Emilion & Edonia (2009)
  • 2010 : Laroche in Chablis and l’Avenir Estate in South Africa
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2010

Following  the acquisition of Laroche wine estate & its international vineyards, Jeanjean SA became AdVini.

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2011- 2014

Growth of AdVini through acquisitions of the following wine estates :

  • Clos de Paulilles – Collioure,
  • Domaine du Causse d’Arboras- Terrasses du Larzac

And signing exclusive partnerships with :

  • Château Chambert – Cahors
  • Château Hanteillan– Médoc
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2014

Acquisition of Club Français du Vin, a major player in the mail order business.

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2015

Acquisition of a stake and distribution agreement with Domaines Lapalu.

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2016

Acquisition of the start-up My Vitibox and Mon Caviste à la Maison. Acquisition of a stake in the start-up Prodegustation.

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sept. 2016

New acquisitions in South Africa : Ken Forrester Vineyards & Le Bonheur Wine Estate.

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oct. 2016

Acquisition of the Wine Estate and vineyards Champy in Beaune.

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dec. 2016

Takeover of Châteaux Patache d’Aux & Liversan and 5 others Châteaux in the Haut Médoc.

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