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Chateau La croix de Gay
Chateau La croix de Gay
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Chateau La croix de Gay Pomerol The vineyard of Château La Croix de Gay is currently being developed by the...

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Chateau Leoville Barton
Chateau Leoville Barton
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Chateau Leoville Barton The castle was built in 1758 by Monsieur de Pontet with the peculiarity that among the...

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Pierre Amadieu Gigogndas
Pierre Amadieu Gigogndas
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The Amadieu family has been associated with the Gigondas appellation for generations. Our grandfather, Pierre Amadieu...

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Domaine Pavelot
Domaine Pavelot
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Pavelot The Pavelot family, grape growers and winemakers, are well rooted in Pernand-Vergelesses. Luc and Lise are...

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Louis Bouillot
Louis Bouillot
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The first sparkling wines from Burgundy were made at the beginning of the 19th century. Jean Bouillot, Louis's...

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  • Chateau La croix de Gay
    Chateau La croix de Gay
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    Chateau La croix de Gay Pomerol The vineyard of Château La Croix de Gay is currently being developed by the Raynaud-Lebreton family, descendants of a line of Pomerolais winegrowers dating back to 1772, but established in the commune since at least 1477.

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  • Chateau Leoville Barton
    Chateau Leoville Barton
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    Chateau Leoville Barton The castle was built in 1758 by Monsieur de Pontet with the peculiarity that among the private apartments it has outdated cellars in the form of a vaulted crypt where everything is silence and serenity. Peacefully and slowly, the best vintages of Léoville Barton wine are perfected.

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  • Pierre Amadieu Gigogndas
    Pierre Amadieu Gigogndas
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    The Amadieu family has been associated with the Gigondas appellation for generations. Our grandfather, Pierre Amadieu , owner of 7 hectares at the foot of the village, where vines and olive trees had grown side by side for more than a century, decided to bottle his Gigondas in 1929.

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  • Domaine Pavelot
    Domaine Pavelot
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    Pavelot The Pavelot family, grape growers and winemakers, are well rooted in Pernand-Vergelesses. Luc and Lise are the seventh generation, after their parents Régis and Annie, who followed Maurice and Gladie, but also previous generations: Léon and Clémentine, Antoine and Ursule. Today, the brother-sister couple works to uphold the family tradition and winemaking heritage of those who came before them on their 10 hectares (22 acres) of vineyards

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  • Louis Bouillot
    Louis Bouillot
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    The first sparkling wines from Burgundy were made at the beginning of the 19th century. Jean Bouillot, Louis's father, was born in the same year as Manet and Gustave Eiffel, born in Dijon in the year 1832. Mid-century, the industrial age brought with it the railway, which would become a determining factor in the development of Company

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  • Bidoli
    Bidoli
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    A wine tradition that laid its roots in 1924. With founder Cavaliere Alessandro Bidoli to whom we owe the birth of this winery and cellar. One of the oldest ovens in Friuli Venezia Giulia, dating from 1890, is now home to the innovative Bidoli winery.

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  • Allesverloren
    Allesverloren
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    The name Allesverloren reflects the origin of its wines. It stems from a single transformative incident: to buy tools or go to church, the family in Allesverloren had to undertake a long and arduous wagon journey along primitive roads to Stellenbosch. When they returned from such a trip in 1704, they found their house razed and the farm destroyed.

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  • François Lamarche
    François Lamarche
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    The Lamarche family settled in the small village of Vosne-Romanée (Côte d'Or - Burgundy) around 1740. They expanded their estate and Henri Lamarche founded the domain in the early 20th century. He already produced and sold his wines directly from the domain.

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  • Clos des Papes
    Clos des Papes
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    Paul Avril (1873-1962) was one of the people behind the creation of the appellation.In 1896 he started selling his wines under the name Clos des Papes. Régis Avril (1901-1987) supplied wines to two presidents of France, General de Gaulle and Georges Pompidou. Paul Avril (1937-2009) started working on the estate in 1963, first with his father and later with his son for many years.

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  • Kopke
    Kopke
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    Kopke 's path as a winegrower is intertwined with the history of his location. The Douro was predestined and has become the chosen choice for the collaboration of man and nature to make Port

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  • Villa Moncigale
    Villa Moncigale
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    Since 1921, Moncigale's wines have been an ode to rosés from Provence. This is a passion our winemaker shares.

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  • Middelvlei
    Middelvlei
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    In 1919, two brothers, Marthinus and Niels Momberg, bought Middelvlei and moved their families to the farm.A year later, the first wines were pressed, at that stage mainly fortified wines. Their two sons, Stiljan (quiet Jan) and his nephew, also called Jan but Jan Bek (because of his more extroverted and eloquent personality), inherited the farm in 1960.

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