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Domaine Coudoulis: the expression of terroir

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The decisive role of terroir Domaine Coudoulis emerged during the 1960s and was subsequently acquired by Bernard Callet in 1996. Perceiving the potential in this vineyard, he focused his energy on the expression of the terroir. The latter has always had an important role in the history of the property and is indeed its namesake. The compound of soil, pebbles, ... Read More »

Albert Bichot: A symbol of Burgundy

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A passion which transcends generations The family Bichot have been in Burgundy since 1350. However, it was not until the 19th century that they began to take an interest in viticulture. Since then the domain has become a family heirloom. Albéric Bichot – who took over the estate in 1996 – represents the 6th generation. Since the beginning, the house ... Read More »

Château Roubine: The Treasure of the Templars

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A history which Spans the Centuries Considered one of the oldest vineyards in France, Château Roubine is located in the heart of Provence’s Var hinterland. A rich history which dates back to the 14th century, it was relinquished to the Order of St. John of Jerusalem by the Knights Templar in 1307. The history of the vineyard is drawn on the blazon of ... Read More »

Pelissero: A Barbaresco Revelation

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A Family Passion Located in Treiso, in the heart of Barberesco territory, a celebrated viticultural area in Piedmont, Pelissero pays homage to the traditional grape variety of the region, Nebbiolo. It offers unusual expression through its distinctive range of elegant vineyard designated wines: Nubioloa, Tulin and Vanotu. This 38 hectare vineyard has been tended by the same family for three ... Read More »

Château Leoube: Respecting Terroir

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Between Land and Sea Situated in the heart of Cap Bénat, Château Leoube’s orchards, vineyards and olive trees are located in one of the most beautiful protected sites in Europe. Covering 560 hectares, of which 65 are planted with grape vines, in a natural cove, the estate benefits from natural protection from the Mistral winds. The vines benefit from the ... Read More »

Château Fuissé, a true ambassador for Pouilly-Fuissé

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A family heritage Château Fuissé has been in the Vincent family since 1862. For five generations this family of passionate winemakers has passed on the savoir-faire they have acquired over the centuries from one generation to the next. Their rich family history finds its symbol in the properties beautifully preserved, 15th century, Renaissance style chateau. From 1967 to 2003, Jean-Jacques ... Read More »

Saffredi 2012: 100 points, James Suckling

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The 2012 vintage from Saffredi, emblematic cuvee from the Italian house Fattoria le Pupille, has recently been given a perfect score from celebrated American critic James Suckling; amazing recognition for this Tuscan property which has been consistently striving for excellence. The Saffredi Cuvee The product of a 5 hectare plot planted with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, Saffredi benefits ... Read More »

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