LE VIEUX COMPTOIR

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BEAUJOLAIS

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Les Caves de Juliénas

Domaine William Fèvre works passionately to express Chablis’ terroirs, respecting the region’s environment and traditional practices. The team works throughout the year with exacting levels of care and precision to achieve excellence and reveal the true characteristics of each climat.
William Fèvre/AOC Burgundy - Chablis Premier cru Vaillons 2011
Domaine William Fèvre works passionately to express Chablis’ terroirs, respecting the region’s environment and traditional practices. The team works throughout the year with exacting levels of care and precision to achieve excellence and reveal the true characteristics of each climat.
William Fèvre/AOC Burgundy - Chablis Grand cru Bougros " Côte de Bouguerots" 2009
In the north of The Pays Beaujolais where the Crus make their home, the Cave des Producteurs de Juliénas was created in 1960 by 83 vinegrowers who joined forces to vinify the grapes from 94 hectares of vineyards on 5 different communes. The Cave is housed in an old XVIII century priory called Château du Bois de la Salle.
Cave de Chaintré/AOC Burgundy -  Mâcon-Chaintré 2010
In the north of The Pays Beaujolais where the Crus make their home, the Cave des Producteurs de Juliénas was created in 1960 by 83 vinegrowers who joined forces to vinify the grapes from 94 hectares of vineyards on 5 different communes. The Cave is housed in an old XVIII century priory called Château du Bois de la Salle.
Cave de Chaintré/AOC Burgundy -  Saint Véran 2012
In the north of The Pays Beaujolais where the Crus make their home, the Cave des Producteurs de Juliénas was created in 1960 by 83 vinegrowers who joined forces to vinify the grapes from 94 hectares of vineyards on 5 different communes. The Cave is housed in an old XVIII century priory called Château du Bois de la Salle.
Cave de Chaintré/AOC Burgundy -  Pouilly Fuissé Le Clos Reyssier 2010
In the north of The Pays Beaujolais where the Crus make their home, the Cave des Producteurs de Juliénas was created in 1960 by 83 vinegrowers who joined forces to vinify the grapes from 94 hectares of vineyards on 5 different communes. The Cave is housed in an old XVIII century priory called Château du Bois de la Salle.
Cave de Chaintré/AOC Burgundy -  Pouilly Fuissé Cuvée Cantrius 2009
The Cave de Viré was established in 1928 and developed over the years. In the seventies of the last century, when the Mâconnais upped his vineyards from 1,500 to 3,500 hectares, created the cooperative between 11 and 14 percent of the annual total. For the first time, the winemakers of Viré 1963 were a request when the INAO, to obtain the Institut national of Appellations d'origine, a own appellation. Without success. When ten years later sixteen other communes of the Mâconnais at a new thrust had joined them, the Institute again, declined the request appeared to ausgeufert the. In the third approach 1988 showed the winemakers that they had learned a lot, and put him on solid foundations. Last but not least, tastings of up to 20-year-old wines proved that Viré actually stands out as its own terroir. The reaction of the Institute was positive this time, but it proposed a merger with the neighboring village of Clessé.
Cave de Viré/AOC Burgundy -  Mâcon Fleur Blanche 2010
Viré-Clessé is a relatively new appellation of southern Burgundy and the most recently created of the region's communal titles. It covers the communes of Viré and Clessé, plus their immediate neighbors, Laize and Montbellet. The catchment area of the title sits midway between the towns of Tournus in the north and Macon in the south, with its eastern side bound by the Saone river.
Cave de Viré/AOC Burgundy -  Viré Clessé 2010
In this part of southern Burgundy, the vines occupy a busy landscape of little hills and valleys that look as though they have been painted with a water-colourist's brush. The hills of the Mâconnais extend over some 40 km from the Côte Chalonnaise to the Rock of Solutré and are bordered on one side by the river Saône and the Grosne on the other. Vines were first planted here in Gallo-Roman times and were fostered in the Middle Ages by the powerful abbeys of Tournus and Cluny. This charming landscape was celebrated by the poet Lamartine, one of its native sons. The town of Mâcon today maintains close connections with these serene and smiling vineyards. Mâcon's AOC dates from 1937.
Cave d'Azé/AOC Burgundy -  Bourgogne Chardonnay 2009 Aged in Oak Barrels