Category Archives: France

Aimery

Aimery, the Bubble of Limoux, was of soul: a preserved terroir and a tradition maintained by vinegrowers from father to son for more than four centuries. The Southern Sun and[…]

Read More

Bertrand Stehelin

 In the fourteenth century the Stehelin’s were a band of Swiss Mercenaries, with the literal translation of Stehelin meaning ‘holding weapon’. In the spirit of their ancestors they would go on to grow wines such as Gigondas, know as “muscleman of Southern Rhone”, for its[…]

Read More

Bourdin Chancelle

 Wines from the Loire Valley are known for their exceptionality; with the stellar combination of varietal, soil expression and the wide ranges of wine that Loire is able to produce. Domaine Bourdin Chancel’s vineyards have been in the family[…]

Read More

Château Bel-Air

In the heart of the Lussac Saint-Emilion appellation, Château Bel-Air comprises 30 unbroken hectares, including 21 hectares of vines. In 1978, Jean-Noël Roi took over the estate which had been[…]

Read More