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Domaine de Baronarques

Located near Limoux in the Languedoc, in Saint-Polycarpe, Domaine de Baronarques was a natural choice for Baroness Philippine de Rothschild and her children, as early as 1998.   “The desire to shake things up, to take risks” Formerly a farm, the earliest traces of Domaine de Baronarques date back to the 16th century. Known at the time as “Domaine de Lambert”, Philippe Sereys de Rothschild reflects on the family's interest in acquiring a historic estate. “Domaine de Baronarques is a property of 110 hectares rich in biodiversity, predominantly composed of woodland, with 43 hectares of... Read more



Champagnes Philipponnat

We are in Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, southeast of the Montagne de Reims, where Pierre Philipponnat acquired the famous Clos des Goisses in 1935. However, the history of the House dates back to 1522 when the...


Château de Chambrun

The property of Chambrun was established between the two world wars by the Chollet family. In 1994, Jean-Philippe Janoueix purchased the 1.70-hectare plot and renamed the property “Château de...



by the Hauts de Montrouge cellar Cave des Hauts De Montrouge is located in Nogaro, in the Gers region. Established in 1963, it currently brings together over 55 peasant winemakers who uphold the...


Château Petit Val

Vin de France blanc 2020 Château Petit Val is the story of two wine lovers, Jean-Louis and Olivia Alloin, who decide to return to their roots by investing in a Bordeaux vineyard. It's a lovely nod...

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Le Mas Bottero* X Coravin

On the outskirts of Aix en Provence, in the picturesque neighborhood of Saint-Cannat, lies Le Mas Bottero, ran by chef and owner Nicolas Bottero. The restaurant serves a varied menu inspired by the...


Champagne Brimoncourt

Always full of ideas, Champagne Brimoncourt has just created the perfect accessory for the arrival of the summer days. In collaboration with Scottish tailor John Sugden of Campbell’s of Beauly, the...