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Wineries & Exhibitors 

France

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A.J. Domaines

France

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Château Giscours has never stopped reinventing itself to cross the centuries. Pierre de Lhomme, Marc Promis, Jean-Pierre Pescatore, Edouard Cruse, Nicolas Tari and today the Albada Jelgersma family; so many ambitious and visionary owners who were keen to bring together the estate's land and build a reputation for excellence in this great vineyard, named third Grand Cru Classé in 1855.

The name of Caiarossa was coined as a homage to the soil, which is characterized by the presence of jasper, rock and pebbles intensely red in color. A creative name inspired by Gaia, mother of all the gods of Mount Olympus, goddess of fertility and of Nature, of the very Earth itself. Our story began in 1998, taking as its guide the principles of organic agriculture for the cultivation of the vineyards and that of geo-dynamics and the oriental discipline of Feng Shui for the construction of the cellars.

But it was in the year 2004, when it was acquired by Eric Albada Jelgersma, that Cairossa entered the world of quality wine thanks to the decades of experience which this family had acquired with two Grands Crus Classés in Margaux, Bordeaux, Château Giscours and Château du Tertre.

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Chateau Bastor-Lamontagne

France

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The wines from Sauternes and from Bastor Lamontagne in particular are collector’s wines which tell us about history and tradition. They are also pleasure-wines, modern wines, wines for drinking.

Winegrowing at Bastor Lamontagne follows this line of tradition, respect for the environment and of modernity. We maintain the historic tradition of a property which has a noble aim and an avant-garde approach and is resolutely modern.

Bastor Lamontagne has a style which is based on fruit, freshness, balance; it is delicate and has finesse which makes it a wine which is slightly quirky within its Appellation.

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Château Canon Chaigneau

France

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Thierry Garnaud, was winemaker of neighbouring Château Cheval Blanc for 38 years. He knows this terroir perfectly and knows not only how to sublimate its exceptional qualities, but also how to express its unique identity. He shares our ambition, to do our utmost to produce a wine that is both authentic and of remarkable quality. Our goal is to make Canon Chaigneau a wine of reference and a leader in an appellation that has been somewhat underestimated until now. True to his values and past, Thierry makes suave, fine, rich wines that are balanced, with beautiful aromatic complexity, typically with notes of truffle, spices, cocoa and black fruits.

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Château Clarisse

France

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Driven by the passion for wine and the taste for challenge, Olivia and Didier Le Calvez have been signing their own wine since 2010 in one of the most illustrious regions of the Bordeaux constellation, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Saint-Emilionnais.

After several years of research started in 2007, the dream of Olivia and Didier took the form of an authentic Girondine stone stuffed in the green landscape and all in gentle curves of the right bank. This old winery with magnificent wine cellars, which for more than a century has been in the hands of the Estager family, is surrounded by a beautiful vineyard (perched at 100 meters) on the plateau of Puisseguin, one Of the four “satellite” villages of Saint-Emilion. Only a humble brook, the Barbanne, a sub-tributary of the Dordogne, separates them from the illustrious strong city.

“After two years of research, we had a real favorite for a vineyard property combining ideal terroir and climate, combined with a perfect vineyard, 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc. To develop a wine as I imagined it, rich in perfume and subtle “.

Thus was born Château CLARISSE, the name of their daughter (who was one year old at the birth of the first bottle, in 2010), to write a beautiful family story…

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Château Croix de Labrie

France

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Château Croix de Labrie is a 5.78 ha estate located in the heart of the AOC Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, an appellation that inevitably brings to mind Burgundy with its mosaic of plots and producers.

The vineyard is worked by Axelle Courdurié from pruning to harvest, from vinification to bottling. Talented winegrower, Axelle, very attentive to detail, brings to the wines of Croix de Labrie her feminine sensibility.
The plots are located on the so-called places: Badon (next to Pavie), Le Cateau in Saint Sulpice (next to the first plot of Valandraud), and in Saint Christophe Des Bardes next to our cellar (dating from 1687). The Badon terroir is composed of limestone sand and clay with a clay-limestone subsoil and iron grim. This draining, very fine terroir brings finesse.

The plot of Le Cateau is composed of gravels with clays which bring more depth and density. Finally the plots of Saint Christophe Des Bardes, on the plateau, places called Peymouton, Rocheyron, Echeres, characterized by a clay-limestone soil with asteries, bringing complexity and density. The property's main grape variety is Merlot but there are also Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Francs.

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Château Pichon Baron

France

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Château Pichon Baron, Second Grand Cru Classé in 1855, is one of the great historic vineyards of Bordeaux. A rigorous selection policy in the vineyard and in the cellars ensures the production of a Grand Vin, Château Pichon Baron, which is the pure expression of our unique terroir.

Pichon Baron's vineyard is planted as follows: 65% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot, and is meticulously divided into separate plots. Each plot receives specific care and attention adapted to its particular profile.

The terroir's best land - the "Butte de Pichon Baron" - is devoted entirely to the production of the Grand Vin, making up the majority of the blend. It is among the estate's historic plots; it was already in use in 1694, when the wine was first produced. Pichon Baron also produces two second wines, from other parcels of its vineyard: Les Tourelles de Longueville and Les Griffons de Pichon Baron.

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Champagne Philipponnat

France

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For almost five hundred years, the Philipponnat family has left its mark on the soil of the Champagne region. Generations of men and women have cultivated the land at Ay, the family's home since the time of Apvril le Philipponnat who owned vines at Le Léon, between Ay and Dizy, in 1522. In the 16th century the family’s ancestors were winegrowers and merchants, suppliers to the court of Louis XIV, magistrates and Royal Mayors of Ay - a town which was directly dependent on the Crown since the era of the Counts of Champagne.

Established in the heart of the Champagne wine-growing area, Philipponnat possesses a unique heritage. Its magnificent, historic 18th century cellars were part of the Chateau de Mareuil. Philipponnat has owned an exceptional walled vineyard, unparalleled in the Champagne wine-growing area, for nearly a century: Clos des Goisses. The name of this 5.5 hectare plot with a 45 degree incline reflects it nature: in the old Champagne dialect, Gois or Goisse means a very steep slope. It is also the region's warmest terrior: facing due south, this pure chalk slope receives no shade from sunrise to sunset.

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Chateau de Ferrand

France

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Planted on the clay-limestone hillsides of Saint-Hippolyte at around 100 meters above sea level, Ferrand is one of the highest vineyards in the Saint-Émilion appellation. It looks down onto a curve in the Dordogne valley and enjoys ideal exposure to the winds.

This elevated position has various benefits for winemaking:
Rising air currents keep the site well ventilated.
All of the plots have slight slopes, ensuring that a significant portion of the summer rains runs off.

Following a process of mapping the soil and subsoil and of winegrowing plot regrouping, Château de Ferrand undertook a programme of replanting, tailoring its choice of plant material to the estate’s different soil types.

Planting density was increased sharply to 8,300 vines per hectare as replanting work was completed.
The leaf to fruit ratio was increased, significantly improving the quality of each harvest.

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Château Chauvin

France

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Sylvie Cazes has for goal to produce wines embodying the terroir of Château Chauvin. Thus, since she bought the property in May 2014, Sylvie Cazes led a study of the soils and sub-soil, she proceeded to the uprooting of less-productive plots then to a re-planting programme and invested in new tools for the harvesting. Sylvie also put back in place the process of working the soil beneath the vines so as to allow the roots to dig deeper into the clay, and she introduced a new drainage system.

Thanks to all this work in the vineyard, the style of Château Chauvin defines itself, year after year.

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Château Clos de Sarpe

France

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The vineyard of Château Clos de Sarpe is made up of 3 ha 70 in one piece, located on the clay-limestone plateau of Sarpe (on limestone with starfish), with a South South East exposure. A very beautiful homogeneity in the heart of the greatest terroirs of the appellation: Château Trottevieille, Château Troplong-Mondot, Château Haut-Sarpe, Château Sansonnet...

As indicated by the soil study carried out at Château Clos de Sarpe, there are clay-limestone formations of the “Fronsadais molasses” type at Château Clos de Sarpe (The upper part of this molasse dates from the Lower Oligocene – around 25 million years) and of the "Agenais molasses" type (This molasses formation mixes with the alteration deposits of starfish limestone.)

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Château Fleur Cardinale

France

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In 2001, Florence and Dominique Decoster bought Château Fleur Cardinale, located at the east of Saint-Emilion, on one of the highest points of the appellation.

Thanks to constant investments, both in the vineyard and in the winery, Chateau Fleur Cardinale quickly became a blue chip of the appellation. Noted for its consistent quality, Château Fleur Cardinale was promoted to the rank of Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé in 2006 and confirmed in 2012.

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Château d'Esclans

France

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Château d’Esclans, a magical property, is situated in the heart of Provence, northeast of St. Tropez overlooking the Esclans Valley with the Mediterranean coast in the faint distance. The vision of Sacha Lichine with his acquisition of the Château in 2006 was to create the greatest rosés in the world igniting the “Rosé Renaissance”.

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