Claudie Jobard

Laurence Jobard has gained great acclaim as one of the best oenologists in France. She has been the head winemaker for the Joseph Drouhin family for over 20 years. While she has retired from that position, she remains very active in the winemaking for her familial estate. Laurence has trained her daughter, Claudie, in the […]

Chateau Vitalis

Now almost two centuries old and situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Fuisse, Chateau Vitallis is one of the few major estates in the region. They cultivate 40 acres of high quality vines across the appellations. The estate was founded by the Dutron family in 1835 and run by Denis Dutron since 1981. In […]

Chateau Moulin Lafitte

The Chateau Moulin Lafitte has a brilliant color with a nose of red and black fruits. The mouth is supple with round and soft tannins allowing a good, general balance. 50% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Cabernet Franc. Bottled by Maison Bouey. Back in 1821 Jean Bouey acquired the first family vines, in the heart […]

Chateau La Terriere

The Château de la Terrière has stood in Cercié since the 14th century, in the heart of the Beaujolais region. It is one of the oldest estates in the region. After belonging to successive generations of lords, Château de la Terrière was bought in 2003 and important works have been done in the cellars and […]

Chateau L`Orangerie

Eighteenth century, in the lordship of Pommiers Originally, the property was located at the western end of the parish of Saint-Félix-de-Pommiers (became in 1848 Saint-Félix-de-Foncaude). It constituted the domain of Bouchereau which belonged for many generations to a family of “earthlings”, Boutet. (The estate was also mentioned in the “Confession and enumeration of the Pommiers […]

Chateau du Trignon

The Roux family acquiered the Château du Trignon in 1896. Back then it was a traditional provençal farm of the time, with mixed and livestock farming. Since then 5 generations have refocused the farm on the vine and expanded the estate across a number of neighbouring appellations: Gigondas, Rasteau, Sablet et Côtes du Rhône. A […]

Chateau de Pizay

The Chateau de Pizay is one of the oldest and most famous estates of the Beaujolais region. Since the Middle Ages the fine wines of the Château de Pizay have been appreciated by Beaujolais-lovers across the world. The oldest records date to 1030, when the name Pizay was mentioned for the first time in the […]

Chateau de Lescours

One of the oldest and most renowned properties in the Saint-Emilion district, Château de Lescours was built in 1341 by a squire of King Edward III and is surrounded by a deep moat and set in the midst of a 100 acre forest, creating a special microclimate. This 18 acre Grand Cru estate has been […]

Chateau De Chaintre

Monique and I set up this Domaine in 1989. It bears the name of FUSSIACUS in homage to the Roman emperor of the same name who made the village his home during the Roman Empire. FUSSIACUS is thought to be the founder of the village of Fuissé. The Domaine sits in FUISSÉ, at the heart […]