No country in the world can beat France in the winemaking tradition and prestige, in the number and variety of regions, kinds and types of wine. French wines are considered the best in the world, and this opinion is held even by the country’s main rivals in the New World.

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Mochel Lorentz – Alsace

This region produces some of the most noted dry Rieslings in the world, as well as highly aromatic Gewürztraminer wines. Both dry and sweet white wines are produced here. The region is predominantly dry and sunny. High wire training reduces the risk of damage caused by ground frost.

Saint Damien – Gigondas

Four generations of winegrowers have worked these family vineyards since 1821. Joël SAUREL was raised amongst the scents of soil and an ancestral know-how that combines both tradition and new farming technologies. The lands of the Gigondas appellation are at the very heart of the Rhone Valley. In 1971 the appellation left the other Côtes du Rhône-Villages behind, and became a proper appellation in its own right.

Domaine La Boutiniere – Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Domaine la Boutiniere is a family operation dating from 1920, respecting traditions for four generations. The farm consists of 11 ha of AOC Châteauneuf-du-Pape vines between 10-120 years old.

Jean Pierre Séve – Burgundy

The Solutré-Pouilly vineyards cover the area of 7.4 hectares. Solutré-Pouilly is a splendid winemaking area in the south of Burgundy, 10 km from the town of Macon. The vineyards in Solutré-Pouilly are renowned for their soil and sun exposure - Aux Chailloux, Les Resses, Les Bouthiéres. Jean-Pierre Séve only works with one variety as he believes that it is the most suitable for the local climate and soil. This variety, Chardonnay, was also preferred by his ancestors. The soil is a mixture of clay and Jurassic chalk, ideal for the Chardonnay grapes.

Champagne Devaux – Champagne

The history of the Devaux company dates back to the mid-19th century when it was founded by brothers Jules and Auguste Devaux. Today this company cooperates with other local producers and is one of the most innovative and forward-thinking in Champagne.

The combination of elegant Chardonnay and Pinot Noir guarantees freshness and aroma of candied orange peel with tones of spices, coffee and vanilla, with long aftertaste.