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Since 1870 and over 5 generations, the Jeanjean family has played an active role in Languedoc winemaking history. A vibrant cornerstone of the region, the family’s goal is to valorise the terroirs on which their 7 estates are located, representing the full diversity of Languedoc wines and appellations. Brigitte Jeanjean is ambassador of these exceptional vineyards where each wine is unique. The wines reflect the singular and solar identity of the Languedoc, a unique style with wines of great aromatic intensity and a long elegant finish, strong without being overpowering and well-structured without being aggressive. Going organic has meant that each terroir is well-defined and that those working the vines are protected. Each bottle is an invitation to discover the wealth and diversity of the land and to experience precious moments of warmth and sharing. These are the steadfast Jeanjean family values.

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Domaine Laroche is directly linked to the history of Chablis.

Domaine Laroche owns 90 hectares of vineyard situated amongst the best crus. Its headquarters, the Obédiencerie of Chablis, reveals a heritage dating back from the Middle Ages when the Canons of Saint Martin of Tours were making wine. Saint Martin’s relics were hidden in the Obédiencerie for a decade. This exceptional testimony is very much alive: Domaine laroche still elaborates and ages its Premiers and Grands Crus in these historical cellars.

Its wines are a testimony of 1000 years of history!

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The history of Laroche is closely linked to that of Chablis. The Estate owns a vineyard located on some 90 hectares of the very best terroirs. The architectural heritage also honours its ancestral roots with the Obédiencerie of Chablis, an ancient monastery, and high altar for wine since the Middle Ages thanks to the Canons of Saint-Martin de Tours. The relics of Saint-Martin were also kept here for a decade. Both the building and vineyard are still very much alive today: the estate continues to make and mature Premier and Grands Crus in the original cellars. The wines pay homage to over 1000 years of history.
Laroche also owns Mas La Chevalière in the Languedoc, with two distinct terroirs on a total of 32 hectares: Roqua Blanca for red grape varieties (Syrah, Grenache) and Peyroli for Chardonnay.

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Since 1895, three generations of wine makers have been working with the same love of their craft. For over 20 years now, the 220 hectare estate has been entirely farmed following biodynamic principles. As pioneers and leaders in the French wine making sector, Cazes bases its work on total harmony between grape varieties, climate, fauna and flora, environment, the land and the men and women working on it. Its natural sweet wines, matured gently in hundred-year-old cellars that are present in the best restaurants in the world, are a reference. Cazes also produces fine wines on a number of exceptional vineyards in the Roussillon, from Maury, Latour de France to the renowned Les Clos de Paulilles, a magnificent 90 hectare domaine in the Collioure appellation. Cazes also welcomes its clients in its Rivesaltes restaurant and its waterside one in Paulilles, in its prestigious guesthouses and its boutiques, organised around the discovery of its fine wines in a friendly environment.

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Ogier, established in 1859, is located in the heart of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the most famous appellation in the southern Rhône Valley. Its ambition is to draw the spotlight to this unique terroir, a gift of nature. In order to ensure viticulture excellence, Ogier has developed perfect knowledge and understanding of the appellation’s four soil types and adapted its wine making and maturing techniques in consequence.

Its hundred-year old cellars, containing over 15,000 hectolitres of wooden tanks, barrels and casks are unique in the appellation. Ogier creates wines offering a combination of pure fruit, freshness, depth and excellent ageing potential.

Since 2000, Ogier also owns Clos de l’Oratoire des Papes, a mythical Châteauneuf du Pape estate established in 1880, where wine is produced in an exceptional antique farm where tradition rubs shoulders with modern techniques and excellence.

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Château Gassier is located in the heart of the Cru Sainte Victoire terroir of the Côtes de Provence appellation. The 40 hectares of organically grown vines are surrounded to the north by Mont Sainte Victoire, to the south by the Sainte Baume Massif and to the east by the Auréliens hills, forming a unique protective environment for the vineyard. It lies less than 30km from the Mediterranean Sea, in a semi-continental climate protected by the surrounding hills. This ideal environment offers perfect conditions for varieties such as Grenache, Cinsault and Vermentino. Château Gassier, with a technical approach adapted to each terroir, produces rosé wines of great finesse, reaching a pinnacle with its iconic 946 cuvée.

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Located at Château de Chambert, seat of one of the Lords of Cahors, Rigal has had it roots in the Lot since 1755. Over generations and on the strength of the 250 hectares it controls and markets in the Cahors appellation, Rigal has developed a unique understanding of the Malbec grape, the emblematic varietal in the region. This enables Rigal to deploy Malbec’s multiple expressions, through knowledge of the soils and mastery of dedicated wine making techniques, as in its Cuvée Terrasse or its Vin Noir. The estate has extended this unique knowledge from its base in Cahors, to other varieties native to south-west France. Gros Manseng, Tannat, Negrette and Colombard are examples of the wide reaching and original range of varietals, cultivated by Rigal.

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Antoine Moueix was one of the first Bordeaux wineries set up on the right bank in 1902.

It is based at Chateau Capet-Guiller, a Grand Cru vineyard with a reputation for wines of elegance and finesse. Antoine Moueix, exclusively a producer, has since extended its activity throughout the Bordeaux region, with some 400 hectares of vines comprising eleven remarkable Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion and Médoc Cru Bourgeois domains, including its flagship, Château Patache d’Aux. The exceptional quality of Antoine Moueix wines, acknowledged by all its partners, is based on a combination of priority given to work in the vineyard and major investments in the winery, ensuring high precision wine-making processes, adapted to each vineyard plot.

It exports its wines to over 80 countries.

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The estate is one of the jewels of South African vineyards, located at the heart of the Golden Triangle, close to Stellenbosch. The unique Glenrosa soil has been producing remarkable Chenin Blanc grapes for over half a century and also one of South Africa’s best Pinotage wines, eight times winner of the ABSA Top 10 Award. L’Avenir is acknowledged as one of the major contributors towards ensuring that Pinotage, the wonderful South African variety, found its place on the map. Its 70 hectares sit proudly in an exceptional environment. A paradise for wine-tourism with its 15 rooms 5* lodge, a conference centre and its “Pinotage lounge” where visitors can explore a vertical tasting of the last 30 Pinotage vintages from the estate. AdVini brings a French touch to the estate with a veneer of chic, originality and elegance, making L’Avenir all the more exceptional.

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Situated on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain, in the heart of South Africa’s most famous wine region, Stellenbosch, Ken Forrester Vineyards are commonly referred to as the temple of Chenin Blanc and other premium award-winning wines. Over the years, the range of top quality wines has received massive national and international acclaim with literally hundreds of awards and accolades, and is broadly available in reputable restaurants and exported around the globe.
Ken Forrester’s philosophy has always been to create a range of handcrafted, individually made wines that suitably complement a wide variety of food styles and provide excellent value.ll the more exceptional.

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This 163-hectare estate with the optimistic name of Le Bonheur  (“Happiness”) is situated along the slopes of the Klapmuts Hill in the northern reaches of the Simonsberg Mountain, in the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin district. Klapmuts is the old Dutch word for the 18th century cocked hat that folded away into the saddle back pocket and, indeed, when observed from a distance, the hill resembles such a hat. Le Bonheur has been completely redeveloped to become one of the leading estates in the winelands of the Cape and draws wine lovers who are content to sip fine quality wines, and enjoy the seemingly timeless atmosphere of the Estate.

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