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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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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 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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Domaine Lafage

France

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The vineyard of the Domaine today extends over more than 350 hectares across the whole of Roussillon, from the Mediterranean shores at Canet-en-Roussillon, to the Pyrenean foothills of Aspres, via Maury. In only two decades, Domaine Lafage is firmly established as one of the benchmark players of the Roussillon, and Jean-Marc and Eliane Lafage have become two of the region’s most recognized ambassadors.

With a family history of growing grapes going back 7 generations, Jean-Marc and Eliane Lafage studied and travelled widely to add new skills in winemaking, blending and bottling. They work every day with passion to pay tribute to the magnificent vineyard that nature and that their ancestors left them.

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Gérard Bertrand

France

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The Gérard Bertrand group is the spearhead of a viticulture committed to a better future led by its founder, the eponymous winegrower. With the benchmark biodynamic wines of the Languedoc, we create great wines that reflect all the nuances of their terroir. Recognised for his great talent as a blender as much as for his audacity and creativity, he and his teams are working to make the wines of the South of France shine throughout the world.

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Sarl Vignobles K

France

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The Vignobles K Group, a family company, regroups 7 wine properties, and produces high quality French wine from the best terroirs on 4 prestigious appellations of Bordeaux.
- Château Bellefont-Belcier - Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé
- Château Haut-Brisson - Saint Emilion Grand Cru
- Château Tour Saint Christophe - Saint Emilion Grand Cru
- Château La Patache - Pomerol
- Enclos Tourmaline - Pomerol
- Enclos de Viaud - Lalande-de-Pomerol
- Château Le Rey - Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux

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Château Badette

France

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In 1898, Edouard Féret spoke of Badette in these terms “It has always been ranked at the top of the second growths of Saint-Emilion. Superiorly maintained, it produces an average of 50 barrels of a delicate, mellow, bouquety wine that keeps perfectly” (in Bordeaux and its wines classified by order of merit , 7th edition, Féret publisher). Yes, wine has been flowing in the barrels for over a century, but with the good care of the new owner, the comments of the 19th century could perfectly apply to today's wine.

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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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Domaine Du Mas Becha

France

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Mas BECHA is a vineyard of 25 hectares in the south of France a few kilometers from the Spanish border. Planted on 3 hills that approach 100 meters above sea level, these vines are located on the Aspres classified terroir between the foothills of the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean Sea.

A little winemaker, a little artist, a bit of a boss and the requirement pegged to the body. Charles Perez is a touch to everything whose course and wines, elegant and modern, denote an assertive character worthy of a local child. Since 2008, he manages the 25 hectares of MAS BECHA according to the principles of organic farming, anxious to preserve and one day transmit this exceptional vineyard. Respect of the soil and search for pleasure wines, here one awakens the senses and the consciences…

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Domaine de La Charbonniere

France

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Today, Michel Maret and his two daughters Caroline and Veronique have:
- 19 hectares 50 spread out on Chateauneuf du Pape appellation;
- Nearly 6 hectares of AOP Vacqueyras
- and 2 hectares of AOP Cotes du Rhone.

Today, all wines are vinified and aging by Veronique; even if her father is still around during the Vinification season. Each vintage is unique because soils and climate conditions determine wines' character.

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JCP Maltus / Château Teyssier

France

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Ask any wine lover to reel off a list of the world’s most famous wine regions, and rarely will they fail to mention Saint-Émilion or Napa Valley. Team JCP Maltus prides itself in making seriously fine wines on two continents with impressively contrasting styles. The terroirs of the estates Château Teyssier and World’s End are amongst the world’s most prestigious, but to truly tap the potential of the land requires a huge amount of respect, understanding and a special bond between man and nature.

It’s this cultural respect for terroir and the ‘French touch’ that Jonathan and his team have so carefully brought over to Napa Valley, revealing in the wines the wonderful diversity of this beautiful landscape.

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Thunevin

France

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CHÂTEAU VALANDRAUD is the main achievement of a wine obsessed couple, Jean Luc Thevin and Murielle Andraud. CHÂTEAU VALANDRAUD was born in 1991 on a 0.6 ha vineyard bought with all the couple's savings. This small vineyard is situated in the fongaban valley, in the Pavie Macquin/La Clotte neighbourhood and this is where "Valandraud" comes from: Val (Valley) + Andraud (Murielle's family name), which appears on the Saint Emillion's registery since 1459.

The 8.88 ha estate is now fully based on the clayey-limestone hills and slopes of Saint Etienne de Lisse, with an eclectic array of grape varieties : Merlot 65 %, Cabernet Franc 25%, Cabernet Sauvignon 5%, Malbec 4%, Carmenère 1%.

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