LE VIEUX COMPTOIR

Comptoir du Vin, du Thé et autres Délices de France

BEAUJOLAIS

Maison Bouchard & Fils

Les Caves de Juliénas

Created by Jean Courrèges, the Pratavone Domain is now run by his daughter Isabelle Courrèges, an experienced Oenologist. It expands over 30 hectares of granitic sands, next to theValinco Gulf.
Pratavone Corsica AOC Ajaccio -  Guillaume de Pratavone Tradition 2010
Cuvée: Cuvée Domaine Montemagni 2010
Montemagni Corsica AOC Patrimonio -  Cuvée Domaine Montemagni 2010
Cuvée: Cuvée Royal Sélection 2009
Montemagni Corsica AOC Patrimonio -  Cuvée Domaine Montemagni 2010?
Montlouis is an appellation for various white wine styles (still, sparkling, dry and sweet) from the commune of Montlouis-sur-Loire, in the France's central Loire Valley. These are uniformly based on Chenin Blanc (known locally as Pineau de la Loire), the key white wine grape in this part of France.
Loire Valley/AOC Montlouis sur Loire - Vert Galant Touraine Sauvignon 2013
Montlouis is an appellation for various white wine styles (still, sparkling, dry and sweet) from the commune of Montlouis-sur-Loire, in the France's central Loire Valley. These are uniformly based on Chenin Blanc (known locally as Pineau de la Loire), the key white wine grape in this part of France.
Loire Valley/AOC Montlouis sur Loire - Montlouis Sec 2011
Montlouis is an appellation for various white wine styles (still, sparkling, dry and sweet) from the commune of Montlouis-sur-Loire, in the France's central Loire Valley. These are uniformly based on Chenin Blanc (known locally as Pineau de la Loire), the key white wine grape in this part of France.
Loire Valley/AOC Montlouis sur Loire - Montlouis Tendre 2010
Montlouis is an appellation for various white wine styles (still, sparkling, dry and sweet) from the commune of Montlouis-sur-Loire, in the France's central Loire Valley. These are uniformly based on Chenin Blanc (known locally as Pineau de la Loire), the key white wine grape in this part of France.
Loire Valley/AOC Montlouis sur Loire - Montlouis Accord Confidentiel 2011
Baron Patrick de Ladoucette produces this wine. The growing area is the Sancerre Controlled Appellation area, which includes the villages of Bué, Chaudoux, Chavignol and Verdigny. Vines are aged from 25 to 35 years. The soil is a combination of clay, limestone and silica.
Loire Valley/AOC De Ladoucette - Sancerre Comte Lafond 2011