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Adega do Demo Portrait

Adega do Demo

Laura Rodriguez & Carlos Lorenzo

Adega do Demo - Bitoku

The origin of this unique name comes from Moises, Carlos’s grandfather who grew up in quiet, rural Galicia in the 1930s. Moises had a reputation as a bit of a town troublemaker whose jokes annoyed the entire ...

Serge Scherrer Portrait


Serge Scherrer

Serge Scherrer - Agarrus La Vigne du Facteur

It sounds a bit like a fairytale, but it’s true. After years of delivering mail in his native Alsace, Serge Scherrer transferred to the South of France and took over the mail route in the potter's village of ...


Athlètes du Vin

Vini be Good

Athletes du Vin Vin de France Grolleau

Les Athlètes du Vin is a négociant project focused on producing typical, value-driven wines from the Loire Valley. The idea was conceived by a group of French winemakers called Vini Be Good, who work together...

Chatagnier Portrait

Aurélien Chatagnier

Aurélien Chatagnier

Aurelien Chatagnier - Sybarite Saint Joseph

Aurélien Chatagnier created his own domaine in 2002, when he was just in his early 20s. He doesn’t come from a winemaking family, but as a teenager, he worked in the vines for Domaine Jamet, where he became i...


B. Millet

Franck and Betty Millet


B. Millet, a 22-hectare estate based in Bué, is a third-generation Sancerre producer run by husband and wife team Betty and Franck Millet. In Sancerre, there is a mix of limestone and chalk terroirs - the maj...

Baptiste Bertrand portrait

Baptiste Bertrand

Baptiste "Bart" Bertrand

Baptiste Bertrand - Beaujolais Villages ''Pleine Tete''(front) (1)

It says Baptiste on the label, but everyone calls him Bart, and he farms 4.5 hectares of vines on clay-limestone soils around Charentay, a small commune that makes up part of a swath of Beaujolais-Villages vi...

Baptise Nayrand Portrait

Baptiste Nayrand

Baptiste Nayrand

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Originally from the area around Lyon, Baptiste created his eponymous domaine from scratch in 2014. Today he has just over six hectares of vines, which is the maximum he can farm by himself to maintain the qua...

Cassini laughing in vines


Arnauld and Isabelle Cassini

Cassini Bordeaux Rouge

In a region blessed with arguably the world's finest terroir and winemaking traditions, yet beleaguered by intervention-heavy techno-winemaking and a reliance on consultants and historic reputations, Arnauld ...

frisach portrait

Celler Frisach

Francesc and Joan Ferré


Brothers Francesc and Joan Ferré produce superbly energetic natural wines from their 20 hectares of vines in Corbera d’Ebre, located in the Terra Alta region of Catalonia. For well over 200 years, the Ferré f...

Levasseur Portrait

Champagne Albert Levasseur

David Levasseur

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David Levasseur began working at his family vineyards around Cuchery in the Vallée de la Marne in 1992, and officially took over the2003. He currently farms 4.2 hectares spread out over 18 parcels. David brin...

Calsac Portrait 2

Champagne Etienne Calsac

Etienne Calsac

Etienne Calsac Champagne 'L'Echappée Belle' Extra Brut

In 2010, at the age of 26, Etienne Calsac decided to take control of his grandparents’ three hectares of vineyards scattered in and around Avize, which had previously been rented out to the grandes maisons. C...

Lassaigne portrait

Champagne Jacques Lassaigne

Emmanuel Lassaigne

Champagne Jacques Lassaigne - Les Vignes de Montgueux

The story of Lassaigne is the story of Montgueux, the village perched on a hill just north of Troyes. The juice from the “Montrachet of Champagne” was prized by cellarmasters at the large houses, and Jacques ...

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