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We are open to the public every day except Sundays and holidays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
You can come without an appointment and you will have the possibility of tasting the entire line.

Open House 2015:

For the presentation of the 2014 vintage:

We will welcome you from Friday, March 13, until Monday, March 23, 2015, without interruption, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. You can then taste the entire 2014 vintage of Noble Joué, Malvasia and red (pinot noir, Le P’tit Rousseau, Côt), L’Automnale 2013 and the sparkling Brut Sensation rosé and the white and rosé délires de bulles. We will be serving all of these wines with toast... and a few older vintages to appreciate the aging of the Malvasia.

Recipe for your aperitifs:

16.12.07

Marquise for the Noble Joué

Prepare the night before:

Let this soak in the refrigerator.

When serving:

Fill the glasses half and half with the mixture you soaked previously and cold Brut Sensation.

NB: the limes must only soak for 12 to 24 hours.

The Winemaker Tart

Place the butter and sugar on the back of the puff pastry, lay it on greaseproof paper and then flat on a baking sheet.
Cover the top of the dough with the apples cut into thin strips and sprinkle lightly with sugar.
Bake in a hot oven.
Once it is taken out of the oven, cover the tart with the wine jelly.
When this is cooled down, enjoy with Brut Sensation or the Malvasia.

Wine and Society

We are proud and responsible

We are 200,000 people who grow and take care of the vine, harvesting the grapes and making wine out of them, aging and selling the wine, offering it for tasting and matching it with dishes.

We feel pride in making wine and in our business and we share it with everyone who, wherever in the world they are located, shares the love of our product and our lifestyle. While wine was not invented in France, it was here that it found the ideal climate and soil, and the men, and increasingly women, to perfect it.

Wine is present in and is a part of our history. It is our heritage, a living heritage. Today, wine makers are standard bearers. In a world that sometimes confuses speed and life, our business is based on the weather, seasons, observation and patience. We are responsible for the vine that is planted and makes up the landscape and will provide nothing but high-quality grapes for ten years. This is the work of the soil and of nature.

In every glass of wine, there is a bit of geology, geography, hard work, precision, know-how, transmission, and, above all, education and history. Treating wine as merely an alcoholic beverage is to disregard history, to reduce our culture to a "statistical mush". It would be the same thing to measure Monet in kilograms of paint or Ravel in decibels. Wine invites us to exercise the powers of our senses. Discover it in all of its diversity, understand how to enjoy it, appreciate it and drink it, with your head and all of your senses. These skills are learned and shared.

This is why we are firm believers in education, the only tool capable of fighting against the excesses that degrade us physically and morally.

In order to be true to our vines, to our business, we must contribute to the appreciation of wine to the proper degree. Wine has been with us for millennia. Our mission today is to ensure its future and this cannot be done without you, passionate amateur wine drinkers.

Anchoring wine in our contemporary society means making it "grow", both in its production through our passion for quality, and in the commitment of everyone in favor of respectful consumption.

Sharing wine with you in this manner makes us proud to be responsible.