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Jaffelin - Burgundy - Vin du France

Jaffelin - Burgundy - Vin du France

Jaffelin, the smallest of the great Burgundy wine houses as we like to remind people, entered a new chapter in its history in 2004, when it completely renovated its vat room and fitted it out with high precision equipment. Marinette Garnier, our oenologist-winemaker, creates our "hand-made" wines in this magical location in the historical center of Beaune.
Since then, Jaffelin continues to present the very best of the finest Burgundy terroirs within a comprehensive collection of wines, which are recognized in prestigious wine competitions and appreciated by connoisseurs around the world.

Maison Jean Loron - Beaujolais Maconnais

Maison Jean Loron - Beaujolais Maconnais

The Loron family has always had a strong attachment to the steep slopes of Beaujolais and the gentle hills of Mâconnais. Over the centuries, a number of estates and wine-growing châteaux with vineyards have been added to the range of wines offered by the Maison Jean Loron.

Les Domaine Paul Mas- Languedoc Roussillon

Les Domaine Paul Mas- Languedoc Roussillon

Considered a flagship of the Sud de France brand, their wines express all the richness and diversity of the region.
Domaines Paul Mas has over 800 hectares of vines on its own estates, 20% are organic. Add to that 1,500 hectares at contracted partner vineyards. We can therefore blend with some 45 different grape varieties, native and noble, from a fantastic range of diverse Languedoc terroirs. This diversity is all down to the unique situation of the region, bound by the Mediterranean Sea to the south and the mountains of the north, and by its geological formation.

Michel Chapoutier - Rhone

Michel Chapoutier - Rhone

The Chapoutier family have been making wine in the Rhône Valley since 1808, but it is since 1990 when Michel Chapoutier took over that the wines really began to speak of their origin. Michel Chapoutier believes in allowing each parcel of land to make the best natural wine it can and so much of his estate is farmed biodynamically.
A tireless programme of research and improvements has taken place to create wines of character that express their terroir fully. Extensive vineyard holdings in the very best sites including Hermitage, Crozes-Hermitage, Saint-Joseph, St Peray, Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu and Châteauneuf-du-Pape deliver the finest fruit that expresses its appellation. Following this, minimal intervention in the winery ensures great fruit is turned in to memorable wine.
Michel Chapoutier’s wines from the Rhône Valley are amongst the most highly acclaimed wines in the World.

Langlois Chateau - Loire Valley

Langlois Chateau - Loire Valley

In 1973, Maison Bollinger, a family enterprise at Aÿ-Champagne, recognized the quality of Langlois-Chateau wines and acquired majority ownership, thus contributing its financial resources as well as its agencies in France and abroad. Michel Villedey, a son-in-law of the Bollinger family and also from Saumur, became president of the firm, assisted by Jean Leroux, son of Maurice. The enterprise subsequently experienced rapid growth, adding to the capacity of its cellars, creating vineyards at Saumur, Saumur-Champigny, and Sancerre (currently 71 hectares), and increasing its commercial investments. In 2007, the firm was able to significantly enlarge its historical site at St-Hilaire St-Florent on the slopes overlooking the Loire, and to concentrate its entire production: presses, storage, cellars, distribution there, as well as administration and reception, all immediately adjacent to its vineyards.
Alongside the production of its “fine bubble wines” under the Appellation “Crémant de Loire, ” our winery also produces “still wines” from its own vineyards.
François-Régis de Fougeroux now heads Langlois-Chateau (since October 2008). He has joined the House in 2001 as Production Manager. Michel Villedey is still on the board as nonexecutive President.