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Belonging to the Pasqua family, this Italian state-of-the-art estate aims to produce the highest quality wines.
Celliers Jean d’Alibert is one of the oldest-established and most quality-minded wineries in the entire Languedoc.
Champagne Delamotte is not only one of the oldest champagne houses, but also, arguably, one of the most refined in style and pedigree.
Producing predominately Pinot Noir-based Champagnes, the tiny, family-owned house, Guy de Chassey has been in existence for four generations.
Having launched Domaine Labruyère (Moulin à Vent) and Domaine Jacques Prieur (Burgundy) in January 2015 in the UK, we now have the excitement of being exclusive agents for the Labruyère family’s most recent project - Champagne Labruyère.
Arguably the rarest of all fine Champagnes, Salon is the legacy of one man: Eugène-Aimé Salon, a Champagne fanatic who devoted his life to creating the quintessential champagne we now know as Salon.
Château Barbeyrolles is Provence’s insider’s secret, the estate where the iconic Provence rosé style – as we know it today – all began.
This property, just 7 hectares, is situated in St Sulpice de Faleyrons, to the south of the St Emilion Grand Cru appellation.
Château Cadet in the Côtes de Castillon, produces throughouly good, accessible Claret under the stewardship of the prodigiously talented Louis Mitjavile.
Château de la Tour, established in 1890, is the largest proprietor of the Clos de Vougeot, with around five and a half hectares of vines.
Château de Lamarque is a delightful Haut-Médoc property situated on the left bank of the Gironde, to the north of Margaux, very close to the river.
Château L'Avocat is an historic property on the left-bank of Bordeaux, owned and run by Nicola and Sean Allison.
Château La Courolle is situated on the plateau Montagne-Saint Emilion, to the northeast of Saint-Émilion.
Château La Grave à Pomerol dates back to the 19th century, when it was owned by the Trigant de Boisset family – hence its name, until 1992, being La Grave Trigant de Boisset.
The majestic Château La Tour de l’Evêque stands in the commune of Pierrefeu in Provence, close to the Maurettes hills.
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