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Sierra de Gredos Breakaways in the vineyards

Garnacha de Gredos: The hidden treasure

Despite its close proximity with Madrid by auto and rail, Spain’s ‘Sierra de Gredos’ wine region is relatively unknown to the informed wine pro. Its establishment as a modern wine-producing dates only to the 1990s while the economic difficulties beginning in 2008 crippled these nascent efforts, and the occasional infighting, inability or unwillingness to embrace contemporary marketing methods, a lack of an identifiable Denomination of Origin or dynamic independent body to organize group efforts have prevented the hard-working and visionary vignerons and bodegas with unique wines from their... Read more


Arvid Rosengren, David Liorit et Aris Allouche Portraits of winegrowers

Château Petit Val cross the Atlantic

The Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Château Petit Val represented by operations manager David Liorit crossed the ocean to go and meet American wine professionals in New York, USA to present its wines Petit...

Véréna Raoux, Alexis Raoux et Sophie Castel Portraits of winegrowers

Castel Châteaux & Grands Crus

Castel is the story of a family held together by strong ties which have made their very name into a brand. Three generations constantly committed to an initial set of values: the democratisation of...

Portraits of winegrowers

Domaine des Lambrays

Formerly the director of Louis Latour estates, last year Boris Champy took over the helm at the Domaine des Lambrays. He is responsible for one of the finest Côte de Nuits terroirs, the Clos des...

Portraits of winegrowers

Berthomieu Barrels

For over ten years Tonnellerie Berthomieu has formed part of the only cooperage group whose production chain is entirely integrated, from the management of the oak forests to the finished product....

Derrière ces colonnes se cachent site de vinification, de vieillissement et de stockage. Portraits of winegrowers

Domaine Bertaud Belieu

The history of the Bertaud Belieu Domain goes back more than 7 centuries. Back in the 14th century the Seigneur de Bertaud gave his name to a stretch of land reaching from Saint-Tropez to Ramautelle...

Axelle Courdurié Portraits of winegrowers

The delicate touch of Croix de Labrie

Château Croix de Labrie is the outsider amongst the Saint-Emilion Grand Crus, a home-made garage wine which has since become a rare wine much sought after by hoards of wine lovers. This 3.5 hectare...