Wines from France

Albert Mann

The goal of Albert Mann is to produce wine that is in harmony with nature. Out of Alsace, they grow Pinot Blanc Auxerrois, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Muscat, Gewürztraminer, and Pinot Noir varietals.

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André Scherer

Vignoble André Scherer, located in Alsace, France, makes rich, yet subtle wines. They work entirely with oak for their fermentations; large tonneau for the Pinot Blanc, Tokay and Gewürztraminer, and barrique for the Vielles Vignes cuvées of Tokay, Auxerrois, and Pinot Noir.

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Bernard Fouquet

Bernard Fouquet has 28 hectares planted in Chenin Blanc on the best soils of Vouvray. The vintages are made manually and fermentation takes place in barrels of oak or in thermoregulated vats.

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Berthollier

Denis and Didier Berthollier sustainably cultivate 10 hectares of vines on the Southern slopes of Savoyard. Their wines encompass pureness and finesse and are among the best of the Savoy region.

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Bonnet-Huteau

Organically farmed, the vineyard of Bonnet-Huteau is located at the edge of the Sevre Nantes. Enjoy their entire range of Muscadet Sevre et Maine and Loire Valley wines.

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Bouland

All of the grapes for wines from Daniel Bouland are hand-harvested and vinified with full clusters in order to extract all of the organoleptic qualities. The resulting wines are some of the greatest, old-fashioned Morgon wines that are produced.

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Chapelle St. Theodoric

Two parcels of land make up Chapelle St. Theodoric. One parcel is in the lieu-dit La Guigasse and the other is at the top of Pignan and all of the grapes are old vine Grenache. The two parcels are vinified, aged and bottled separately, but with the exact same treatment to highlight the differences in terroir.

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Charvin

The Charvin Estate consists of vineyards in both Châteauneuf-du-Pape and Côtes du Rhône. Domaine Charvin focuses on making traditional, unfiltered wine to preserve all of the natural flavors.

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Château de Fosse-Sèche

Château de Fosse-Sèche was discovered by the Benedictine monks around the 10th century and was already producing wine by the early 1200's. Approximately 70% of their production is Cabernet Franc and 30% is Chenin Blanc, all of which is produced using biodynamic and organic farming practices.

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Château de Halié

Family owned for three generations, Château de Halié is located in Bordeaux AOC. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc grapes are collected at the peak of maturity before vinification takes place in stainless steel and concrete vats.

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Château de la Greffière

Château de la Greffière is located in the South of Burgundy in the town of La Roche-Vineuse in the Mâcon area. They work with four Burgundian grape varieties (Chardonnay, Aligoté, Pinot noir, and Gamay) to make quality white and red wines.

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Château des Roques

Château des Roques uses grapes that are manually harvested from their vineyard to create wines that are internationally renowned. Their white wines consist of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvédre, while their reds consist of Grenache Blanc, Viognier, Marsanne, and Bourboulenc.


Château de Manissy

At the gateway to Provence, on the right bank of the Rhône Valley, Château de Manissy produces three grand crus: Tavel, Lirac, and Côtes-du-Rhône. Their winemaker, Florian André, makes wines that will entice you, with passion and talent.

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Clos des Lambrays

Located in the village of Morey-Saint-Denis, Clos des Lambrays uses only Pinot Noir grapes for their wines. In a high quality terroir, these grapes result in simple red wine that is fresh, light, and fruity, yet rich, powerful and complex.

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Decelle-Villa

As a team, Olivier Decelle and Jean-Pierre Villa are breaking new ground. Their complex, yet accessible, Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs have received many accolades, so it is no surprise that they have branched out to produce a top-notch Cru Beaujolais that is full of character and complexity.

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Domaine Alary

Domaine Alary produces powerful, fat, and full-bodied, as well as lighter, fresher and more fruity red wines. In addition, the white wines have a reputation for fruit, freshness and persistency.

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Domaine Cécile Tremblay

Located in the Côte de Nuits, the Domaine Cécile Tremblay produces on 4 hectares, which are spread over different terroirs. The grapes are harvested manually and are neither fined nor filtered before bottling is done according to the lunar calendar.

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Domaine Chevillon-Chezeaux

The original domaine of Chevillon-Chezeaux was created in 1887. To this day, they continue to use reasoned viticulture and manual harvesting to make traditional wines.

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Domaine Collotte

Domaine Collotte makes superb wines just waiting to be unleashed! They produce lower yields, perform careful selection before and at harvest, and use destemmed fruit to produce deep and rich wines.

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Domaine de Ferrand

Domaine de Ferrand is situated in the lieu-dit Ferrand in the Rhône area of France. The grapes are grown using organic growing techniques with the strictly limited yields. Vinification is performed using traditional methods.

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Domaine de Fontenille

Domaine de Fontenille is located on the southern slopes of the Luberon, overlooking the plain of the Durance, a stony ground. The grapes grown to produce their wines include: Grenache, Syrah, Carignan, Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Ugni-blanc, Clairette, Grenache blanc, and Bourboulenc.

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Domaine de la Chapelle

Domaine de la Chapelle takes its name from the chapel which was built by monks in 1724 in Châteauneuf-de-Gadagne. They offer four wines by vintage: Cuvée Juenes Vignes, Cuvée Tradition, Cuvée Réserve, and Cuvée Claretière.

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Domaine des Cassagnoles

All of the wines produced by Domaine des Cassagnoles are made exclusively with grapes made on their vineyard using environmentally-friendly techniques.

Domaine des Moirots

Domaine des Moirots is a family owned estate located in the southern portion of the Côte Chalonnaise. They produce a collection of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir based wines using time-tested traditional methods blended with modern techniques.

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Domaine des Soulanes

Domaine des Soulanes is at Mas de las Fredas which is perfectly suited for the growth of three Mediterranean grape varieties: Grenache (noir, blanc, gris), Carignan (noir, blanc, gris), and Syrah.

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Domaine du Vissoux

Domaine du Vissoux is a family-run wine estate in the Pierres Dorées in southern Beaujolais. The wines are high quality, authentic terroir wines of white, rosé, and red Beaujolais, Brouilly, Fleurie, Moulin à Vent, Crémant de Bourgogne and créme de cassis made using their own black currants.

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Domaine Duseigneur

Located on the Rhône, near the village of Saint-Laurent-des-Arbres, Domaine Duseigneur employs biodynamic and organic techniques when growing their grapes.

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Domaine Font-Mars

Since 1878, Domaine Font-Mars has been producing high quality wines. The vines are managed to produce yields of concentrated fruit that are vinified in individual batches to create either single varietal or blended wines in limited quantities.

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Domaine Gauby

Domaine Gauby is located on very unspoiled, wild, arid, hilly and steep land northwest of Perpignan. Work and a natural approach to viticulture allows them to make the most of their land and seek elegance and freshness in their wines.

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Domaine Grand Nicolet

Domaine Grand Nicolet cultivates vineyards in both Côtes du Rhône and Rasteau. The main red grape varieties grown by them are: Grenache, Syrah, Carignan, Cinsault, and Mourvèdre.

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Domaine La Berangeraie

Founded over 35 years ago, Domaine La Bérangeraie is a hillside vineyard of 30 hectares perched 174 meters on the Plateau Autoire Grézels.

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Domaine Les Aphillanthes

Domaine Les Aphillanthes is certified biodynamic and organic and their terroir driven southern Rhône wines are exemplary models of perfect fruit and minute yields.

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Domaine Les Grands Bois

Domaine Les Grands Bois vineyards are under the influence of the Mediterranean climate in the Côtes du Rhône AOC. The grapes are manually harvested and the wine is created using traditional techniques in modern ways.

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Domaine Marc Cameron

The vineyards of Marc Cameron are located in the Yonne department in Burgundy in north-central France. All of the grapes are hand-harvested and the wines are bottled unfiltered to preserve the flavors of the terroir.

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Domaine Pierre Damoy

The age of the vines in the cuvées that are bottled at Domaine Pierre Damoy range in age from 60 to 90 plus years old. The resulting wines have amazing concentration and power.

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Domaine Philippe Charlopin

Domaine Philippe Charlopin is a family business that was established in 1977 and is located in Gevrey Chambertin. Through their Domaine, you are invited to discover Burgundy wines of the Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune and Chablis.

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Domaine Raymond Usseglio

The working principles of Domaine Raymond Usseglio are simple and complex at the same time. Their vineyards in Burgundy offer a mosaic of different soils and exposures and they use biodynamic cultivation methods to respect the life and balance of their land.

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Domaine Remi Jobard

Remi Jobard uses sustainable viticulture to produce his three Premier Crus as well as a Terroir-filled Meursault. All of his wines are bottled without filtration.

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Domaine Saint Damien

Domaine Saint Damien is situated in the Gigondas appellation in the heart of the Rhône Valley. Yields are voluntarily limited and grapes harvested parcel by parcel and aged in oak barrels to produce superior wines with high aging potential.

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Domaine Saladin

Domaine Saladin, located in Saint Marcel d' Ardèche, has been a family-run estate since 1422. The Domaine is worked traditionally and organically to grow Grenaches (black, white, and rosé), Cinsault, Carignan, Mourvèdre, Syrah, Viognier, Clairette Rose, Clairette Blanche, Bourboulenc, and Marsanne et Roussane varietals that are used to create a range of "terroir" wines.

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Domaine Schoffit

Domaine Schoffit creates Alsace's greatest Grand Cru, Rangen de Thann. The domaine is situated on very steep slopes providing very low yields, but with Bernard Schoffit's guiding hand, the resulting wines are intense, rich, fruity, with pure varietal character and the perfect acidity for a long and brilliant finish.

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Domaine Serge Dagueneau

The Estate of Serge Dagueneau is situated on the slopes of Pouilly-sur-Loire and St-Andelain where they produce Pouilly-sur-Loire and Pouilly-Fumé. They also have 2 hectares near St-Lay where they make Côtes de la Charité red, white and rosé wines.

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Domaine Servin

Domaine Servin produces unparalleled wines from the best vineyards in Chablis using traditional winemaking techniques. The wines are either vinified in oak barrels to enhance their intrinsic character or in stainless steel tanks to retain their freshness and finesse on the palate.

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Duval-Leroy

Champagne Duval-Leroy was founded in 1859 and grows Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Meunier grapes in their vineyard in Vertus, France. They develop their own blends to produce sophisticated, light, and elegant wines.

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Edmond Vatan

The Pinot Rouge vines of Vatan are organically grown on the Mont Damnes. The grapes are harvested after all the rest, vinified according to traditional (actually ancient) methods, and bottled unfined and unfiltered. The resulting wine is a marvel of complexity, terroir and finesse.

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Eric Morgat

Eric Morgat created his own domaine in the Savennieres appellation in 1995. He cultivates 6 hectares, planted entirely with Chenin grapes.

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Gerard Morin

Gerard Morin makes wine with the philosophy that great wine can only be made from low yields and grapes that are harvested by hand.

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Hubert Clavelin et Fils

For five generations, the Clavelin family has operated a vineyard in the Jura wine region. They create their wines using Chardonnay, Savignin, Poulsard et Trousseau, and Pinot grapes.

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Huet

Since 1928, Vouvray's Domaine Huet has set the standard for great, ageworthy Chenin Blanc. Year after year, this estate produces some of the world's most compelling white wines that include sparkling, dry, semi-dry, and breathtaking dessert styles.

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Les Dauphins

Family winemakers in the Dauphiné region of the Rhône Valley joined together in the early 1920’s Paris to make delicious wines that fueled the creative revolution in bistros across Paris. The Dauphiné became the source of many of these popular bistro wines thanks to their vibrant style and versatility. Today, new generations of talented Southern Rhône growers craft Les Dauphins wines from traditional varietals that express fruit-forward aromas, freshness, concentration and great finesse.

Je T'aime

Je T'aime's Brut Rosé gets it's delicate color from a short amount of time on the skins of the Pinot Noir grape. The bright, fresh fruit lead to a yeasty flavor that is crisp, balanced and graceful.

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J.L. Vergnon

Champagnes from J.L Vergnon are all made exclusively with grapes from their own Grand Cru vineyards. The juice is then vinified at their house in Mesnil/Oger while taking great care to keep the old wine-making traditions alive.

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La Bastide Blanche

La Bastide Blanche produces their red and rosé wines using Mourvèdre, Grenache and Cinsault grapes, while Clairette, Ugni Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, and Bourboulenc grapes are used to produce their whites. All the grapes are hand-picked and processed using the most modern techniques to respect the integrity of the fruit.

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L'Oustal Blanc

The philosophy of L'Oustal Blanc is to try to develop with indigenous varietals (Carignan, Cinsault, Grenache) a range of wines with finesse, purity, and complexity without denying the specific characteristics of fruit grown in the South.

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Louis Boillot

The wines that Louis Boillot makes from his priceless vines are like Burgundy used to be: gentle, subtle, pure, precise, and highly nuanced with their complexity and sensuality growing with age.

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Maison Nicolas Potel

Located in the Burgundy region of France, Maison Nicolas Potel carefully selects grapes and processes them with minimal interference to ensure that each vintage delivers the aromatic characteristics of their terroirs.

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Marc Plouzeau

The vineyards of Marc Plouzeau are organically farmed and the grapes are hand-picked with great care. The grapes are then gently processed with natural clarification and bottled unfiltered so that each glass of wine is an accurate reflection of the soil.

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Nicolas Maillart

The Maillart family has been growing grapes since 1753 near Chamery, France. Nicolas works mostly by hand, to tailor operations to each individual wine and maintain balance, which is the only way to obtain optimum quality grapes.

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Nicolas Reverdy

Nicolas and Pascal Reverdy started their vineyard in the tiny hamlet of Maimbray. Here their operation was built from the ground up and they are now regarded as one of the finest producers of Sancerre Rouge.

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Pallus

Since its debut in 2004, Les Pensées of Domaine de Pallus has gotten better with each passing vintage. The wine is produced from grapes grown on different soil types with the overall goal of defining "Chinon" in a glass. it reveals classic Loire Valley Cabernet Franc aromas and flavors, but with remarkable precision and the kind of textural depth that is rarely seen in Chinon.

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Raymond Dupont-Fahn

The vineyards of Raymond Dupont-Fahn are located in Meursault in the Burgundy region of France. He produces Bourgogne Aligoté, Auxey Duresses, Meursault, Puligny, and Courgogne Blanc and his wines are pure, traditional, and very enjoyable.

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René Rostaing

Domaine Rostaing encompasses over 20 acres of the finest vineyards in and around Côte-Rôtie, which results in an astonishing array of wines. The winery seeks to incorporate new ideas with traditional winemaking techniques to make wines of purity and expression that are the essence of their region.

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Sérafin Père & Fils

Christian Sérafin owns an amazing suite of fabulous vineyards that produce intense and structured Côte de Nuits reds that command a fair swathe of new oak. The wines are also structured firmly with appropriately powerful tannin and acid levels and as such are generally best consumed after ten years cellaring.

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Vial-Magneres

The vineyards of Vial-Magneres are terraced along the slopes of the Catalan Pyrenees in the Roussillon county of France. The vineyards are cultivated entirely by hand and the traditional Banyul wines are subjected to long, oxidized maturation.

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Vincent & Francois Jouard

Francois is the winemaker and Vincent works with the vines for this family run estate. As one of the rare domaines to specialize in this appellation (Bourgogne-Côte de Beaune), they produce 95% white wines and only 5% red Chassagne-Montrachet.

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Yann Chave

Yann Chave is located in the heart of the Crozes Hermitage appellation where they grow Hermitage Rouge, Crozes Hermitage Rouge, and Crozes Hermitage Blanc grapes. The grapes are harvested late for maximum phenolic ripeness.

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Yannick Amirault

The vineyard of Yannick Amirault is divided into parcels in Bourgueil and Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil. They create wine that keeps the authentic reflection of the vintage (no correction of the degree and acidity) and fermentation occurs naturally with indigenous yeasts in wooden vats.

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