Aubert and Mathieu practice a meaningful viticulture, producing red, white and rosé wines from the best appellations of the Languedoc Roussillon region. They think and develop all their production in an eco-responsible way.
Aubert & Mathieu militates for a viticulture that makes sense, listening to nature and avoiding as much as possible the addition of synthetic products in the vineyard and in the cellar. Their wines are organic or in conversion.
Guillaume, Richard and Rodolphe Frerejean-Taittinger were the last born of a line of cannon makers who supplied the French army against Prussian attacks during the Napoleonic wars.
Their approach to champagne is different, rich in the expertise of a family champagne team that respects traditional methods, while being open to innovation.
The fruit of the unique terroir of the Côte des Blancs region, their wines are of character, both complex and elegant, produced only in premier and grand cru. Our production process honors the land to the earth, limiting the use of chemicals to a minimum, using the minimum of pesticides on our vines
The Maison Aegerter, located in Nuit-Saint-Georges of Côte-d’Or, is thriving in a region known for both its traditions and its innovations.
The first owner, Jean-Luc Aegerter, bought Pierre Gruber House in Nuits-Saint-Georges in 1988 and started his wine business in Burgundy.
The Aegerters believe that the wine is a part of nature, and must be listened. All the vintages, from the most accessible to the most exceptional, have one thing in common: the terroir. Passionate about the challenge, Aegerter is always ready to offer their consumers a carefully selected range of wines with a variety of terroirs.
Originally from Switzerland, the Frey family settled in Dambach-la-Ville at the beginning of the 18th century with the ambition of growing vine.
In 1997, after several years of research and being convinced by naturally organic viticulture, the entire farm was converted into a biodynamic agriculture, which made Charles Frey become one of the pioneers in Alsace.
With the reputation of the hardworking spirit, The Frey family is also recognized as one of the finest Alsace wineries.
François Villard, awarded two stars and highly commended by Wine Spectator and La Revue du Vin de France’s “Le Classement des Meilleurs Vins de France”, produces red and white wines in the north of the Rhône valley.
Their vineyard is kept in its most natural state by minimizing the yield of red wines and strictly requiring the ripeness of the grapes for white wines.
The organic method of improving the soil and hand weeding is one of the secrets of Villard’s great wines. The winery also deliberately keeps the weeds on the top of the slope to retain the topsoil, so that the vineyards are less susceptible to heavy rains.