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Domaine du Crêt de Bine

Domaine du Crêt de Bine

Le Crêt de Bine François and Marie-Therèse Subrin, along with daughter Florence and nephew Geoffroy, farm 5 hectares of land in the village of Sarcey, a village situated on a high plateau tucked between the Monts Beaujolais and the Monts Lyonnais in the southwest...
Domaine de Clovallon

Domaine de Clovallon

Domaine de Clovallon In the late 80s architect Catherine Roque bought an estate in the Haute Vallée de L’Orb, a river valley on the edge of Faugères, a renowned appellation in Southern France. Despite possessing exposed hillsides, southern exposure and virtually every...
Domaine du Pas Saint Martin

Domaine du Pas Saint Martin

Le Pas Saint Martin Domaine du Pas Saint Martin consist of family vineyards spread out across the Loire valley with small holdings in Anjou, Coteaux du Layon, with their primary vineyard in Saumur. Those vineyards, with an average age of 25 years, and a good part...
Domaine de Saint-Ser

Domaine de Saint-Ser

Domaine de Saint-Ser When Jacqueline Guichot purchased Domaine de Saint-Ser in 2006, it was a sprawling property badly in need of repairs, including 47 hectares planted of poorly-farmed vines. So she rolled up her sleeves and rebuilt the estate. Over time her...
Domaine Verdier-Logel

Domaine Verdier-Logel

Domaine Verdier-Logel The Côtes du Forez appellation is a special place – forgotten or unknown by even the most knowledgeable wine scholars. Tucked between the Loire and Allier rivers in the center of France, some see it as the furthest southeastern reach of the...