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Discover the wineries

the Hauts de France

The history of the establishment goes back to 1740; when Célestin Cordonnier created his brewery. Nine generations later, Amaury d’Herbigny took up the torch. Creative and demanding, he elaborates beers of character, certified organic, by bringing an invigorating originality. Based on a multitude of hops and spices from around the world, some beers are aged in barrels, giving them an incomparable taste and texture. Since 2017, the brewery has opened a dedicated space for tours/seminars in Marquette lez Lille.
In the south-east of Lille, a drive away from the Mérignies golf course, the PVL brewery has resolutely turned towards the future. In a modern building, using means of production making a large place to digitalization (to ensure a constant quality of the brews), the Walraeve family, produces beers of exception, brewed with local raw materials. A wide range for all tastes, regularly awarded in national and international competitions.

Île de France


One of the historical houses of the Côte des Bars. Founded at the beginning of the 19th century, it is today one of the flagship wines of the appellation. The house has strengthened, over the years its sustainable viticulture methods to achieve organic certification, but not only. In an extraordinary winery, you will have the privilege of tasting magnificent beverages that have nothing to envy the great competitor of the north of the region.
Founded in the middle of the 19th century, in the Devaux family until 1987, it was entrusted to the good care of the Union Auboise wine group, which has since deployed its efforts and know-how to make the brand one of the jewels of the Côte des Bars. Within the framework of a sustainable viticulture, the Devaux house produces remarkable Champagnes, based on very strict qualitative rules with a maturation in bottle which can go until 7 years (for certain magnums).
Founded at the end of the 19th century, Fleury was one of the very first Champagne houses to go biodynamic in 1989. Since then, the company has continued to innovate both in the cultivation of the vines and in the way Champagne is raised. A unique vision, which produces vintages of stunning quality. Since 2019, the house has created a wine library, “a cellar of time” that brings together all the vintages produced, including the oldest.

North Burgundy

“There is no great wine without quality grapes”. This is the motto of Olivier Guyot. His family has been working in the vineyards since the 1950s, and since 1990 he has been the sole manager of an estate that stretches from Marsannay-la-Côte to Gevrey-Chambertin, where you can taste the nectars of 14 different appellations, all of which are cultivated in a sustainable manner in the purest spirit of the Burgundian tradition.
Located in the heart of Marsannay, the castle exploits the most beautiful vineyard Climats that the Hospices de Dijon own in Côte de Nuits and Côtes de Beaune. More than 40 Climats are vinified and aged separately according to their specificities. Sheltered in its vaulted cellars or facing the vineyards, you can take an educational tour and/or taste the marvels produced by the castle.
The origins of the Boursot family in Chambolle-Musigny go back to the 16th century! Romaric and Romuald welcome you with open arms and let you taste wines, mainly red, of an exceptional quality. From an organic viticulture (not certified) respectful of the environment, of the soils but also of a secular tradition.
In the heart of one of the most famous appellations in the world, the magnificent building is home to architectural, historical and, of course, viticultural treasures. A place of renowned receptions throughout history, the castle does not produce wines directly but organizes visits/tastings from the simplest to the most prestigious. An opportunity to taste rare wines.

Center - Loire Valley

A short distance from the famous Château de Cheverny, the estate is a former monastery where vines have been grown for centuries. Since 2020, it has been certified High Environmental Value. The wines are vinified according to traditional methods in order to preserve the authenticity and quality of the terroir. The appellation has the particularity of producing a unique white grape variety in the world, the Romorantin.
Close to the castles of Cheverny and Chambord, the domain of 21h in reasoned culture works the vineyard so that it produces wines which preserve the authenticity and the typicity of the soils. The domain has the particularity of having 4.5h of old vines of the Romorantin grape variety. Very much focused on wine tourism, the Daridan family has built a magnificent structure that can accommodate individuals as well as companies.
Between Montrichard and Blois, the Mérieau estate operates 35h on the left bank of the Cher. In the process of converting to organic farming, the house produces a varied and colorful range of wines from young and old vines up to 100 years old! The domain, very much focused on wine tourism, has a magnificent tasting cellar perfectly adapted to individual or group visits.
In the heart of the Montlouis-sur-Loire appellation, the Domaine Mosny is a family structure that has been working with the region’s only white grape variety, Chenin, for over a century. Between modernity and tradition, the Mosny family produces a whole range of wines, dry, semi-dry, sweet, syrupy and fine bubbles. In an intimate cellar, you can visit the production site and taste the beautiful vintages of the domain.
The Clos Naudin is an address not to be missed by any lover of great Vouvrays. Subtle, racy and above all, able to cross the years and even the decades with an incredible panache. The Foreau family, established here for more than a century, produces chenins, certified organic since 2015, of stunning quality. In the fascinating maze of galleries dug into the tufa rock by the grandfather, you will have the privilege of tasting rare bottles that it is essential to have in your cellar.
Located at the entrance of Azay le rideau and its castle, the estate has existed for over 150 years. In 2004, it became the property of a couple of enthusiasts who decided to make it a reference in sparkling wines of the Touraine AOC and Crémant de Loire. The estate produces 230,000 bottles, 80% of which are devoted to sparkling wines. In a magnificent structure dedicated to wine tourism, you will taste amazing wines that have nothing to envy the best sparkling wines.
In the heart of the Loire Valley, close to Chenonceaux and Amboise, it is a magical place that has the particularity of being a wine estate and a castle that welcomes tourists. The magnificent building, with its luxurious rooms, and around it, an upscale gîte and a swimming pool await you. As for the wines, the property has 15 hours of vines in AOP Touraine and Touraine Chenonceaux, in sustainable agriculture. It produces superb wines that express the richness of the terroir, from the lightest to the most powerful.
In the far east of the Loire Valley, in the Menetou-Salon and Sancerre appellations, the Pellé family passionately cultivates the many plots of land in and around Morogues for 42 hours. The story began in the early 20th century and continues between modernity and tradition. In the process of being certified organic, the Pinot noir (for the reds) and the Sauvignon blanc (for the whites) give superb wines that you will have the chance to taste in a cellar built under one of the parcels of the domain.
Bertrand Minchin is an energetic, enterprising and innovative winegrower who works in AOP Menetou-Salon (Domaine la Tour Saint Martin) and Valençay (Claux delorme). Installed since 1994 and exploiting 30h with 5 grape varieties, he produces a range of wines that go from the lightest, to drink quickly to the most powerful and elaborated that can wait well over 10 years its peak.
The Wilk-Tatin family, which farms 25 hectares of Quincy PDO and 10 hectares of Reuilly PDO, began viticulture in the early 1990s. Quincy is the historical cradle of Sauvignon. Reuilly, less exclusive, offers 3 grape varieties: Sauvignon, Pinot noir and its rare pearl, the Pinot gris. The domain, working in integrated agriculture, offers 9 different Sauvignon vintages for the whites and 5 original vintages for the reds. Focused on wine tourism, the family offers tours for up to 50 people.
The history of the Reuilly vineyard goes back to the 7th century, to the time of King Dagobert! The history of the Jamain estate began in 1935 and continued in 2007 with the conversion to organic farming and then in 2011 with the transition to biodynamic farming. Denis Jamain exploits 14 hours of Sauvignon Blanc, 5 hours of Pinot Noir and 4 hours of Pinot Gris, giving wines of the 3 typical colors of the soil. The particularity of the domain comes from the fact that the barrels used for the maturing of the “Les Chênes” vintages are made with the oaks of the family forest.

Pays de Loire

The “Muscadet with moustaches” as those of its famous owner: Jo Landron. A real troublemaker of the appellation, a precursor of organic and biodynamic farming, he decided in 1982 to vinify by parcel, which gives his wines unique complexities and singular mineral identities. It is with others at the base of the revival of Muscadet. Some of its vintages have unprecedented ageing potential (+ 10 years).
For 4 generations the Hardy family has been cultivating 38h, in the middle of the Muscadet appellation, combining modern and ancestral methods. A member of Terra Vitis, which is committed to respecting the environment and the terroir to ensure the sustainability of its operations, the Domaine produces remarkable wines in the purest tradition of the appellation. Some of their vintages, notably the crus communaux, are prodigious.
In the heart of the communal vineyards (Clisson, Château-Thébaud and Goulaine), the history of the family goes back more than 200 years. Certified organic and Terra Vitis, the estate is committed to cultivating and vinifying the Melon de Bourgogne (a unique grape variety in the world) while respecting biodiversity. Their old vines, especially on the Muscadet crus, give wines made for ageing and gastronomy, present on the greatest tables of France and the world.
A unique place, the only Muscadet estate at the confluence of the Sèvres and Maine rivers. The castle built under Louis XIII is mentioned as early as 1536 as being a wine estate! The particular geographical situation, generating a microclimate, gives the terroir a unique typicity. The Domaine, through its parcel-based vinification (without blending) produces magnificent wines, including a stunning cru communal (Monnières Saint-Fiacre). The castle is also an ideal place for visits and receptions.

Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

At the foot of the Baux de Provence and for 4 generations, the estate has evolved between history, culture, vineyards and olive trees. The great granddaughters of the founder, now at the head of the estate, manage 58 hours of vines benefiting from a unique terroir and a very specific microclimate. Certified organic, like all the domains of the AOP Baux de Provence appellation. You will be able to taste in a magnificent cellar a wide range of bottles, from the lightest to the most powerful and warm.
On the AOP and IGP Alpilles (100% organic), the domain has only recently launched itself in viticulture. Initially olive growers, the family dared to take the crazy gamble of growing vines in a region already rich in proposals. Respectful of the past but looking to the future, it ages its wines in barrels but also in tulip-shaped vats or Beaune eggs (ovoid vats inspired by Roman jars). You will taste remarkable single-variety wines, but also wines for ageing, for high gastronomy, which can be aged for many years.
At the foot of the ruins of a 13th century castle, on the northern slopes of the Alpilles, the estate cultivates 58 hours of AOP Baux de Provence (100% organic). The cathedral cellar, buried in the rock, built taking into account the stars, the solstices and the passage of the sun and the full moon is worth a visit. Mixing tradition and modernity with happiness, the domain converted to biodynamics produces wines that are essential to taste. Products of parcel selections, the wines are at the same time ample, structured and delicate, a perfect alchemy.
Located on the Cengle plateau at the foot of the Sainte-Victoire mountain, the estate enjoys a panorama like no other. Planted after the great fire of 1989, the vines benefit from a sunny and windy microclimate that allows for the production of atypical blended or varietal wines. Certified organic and in IGP Méditerranée, the domain vinifies and raises several ranges, from the most accessible to the most confidential. Some of the parcel wines produced only in good vintages are absolutely incredible!
In the heart of the Aix-en-Provence PDO, the Domaine has been working 40 hours of certified organic vines since the 1980s, one of the pioneers in the region. Concerned with producing exceptional wines, the Terrat family (owners since 1996) relies on old vines, low yields, traditional vinification and long maturation. Divided into 60 parcels, the estate exploits 15 different grape varieties, allowing it to produce wines with a great concentration of aromas, a beautiful energy and a unique personality.
In an exceptional setting, not far from the Sainte-Victoire mountain and a few miles from the Luberon, the estate cultivates 80 hours of AOP Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence. A historic wine-growing area, the appellation benefits from an annual sunshine of 2900 hours and a climate influenced by the Mistral. On this exceptional terroir, rosé wines are produced, fresh, fruity, airy and greedy, but also ample and concentrated red wines. The domain, very much focused on wine tourism, organizes superb visits for individuals and groups.

Dordogne - Purple Perigord

At the crossroads of the Gironde and Dordogne rivers, the château has a very particular terroir, composed of clay and limestone with a high clay content. This explains the power of the wines produced there. HVE n3 certified estate, concerned about preserving the soil and controlling yields, the estate produces exceptional wines, regularly cited in the major guides.
“Beleen Gaard”: garden of the sun in Celtic gave its name to the domain. But it is since 1820 that the castle began to produce wine. Since then, the de Bosredon family has never stopped improving its winemaking techniques while respecting the environment. Certified HVE, it produces today, on appellations lacking in recognition, absolutely remarkable wines.
In the heart of the Bergerac vineyard, we discover, at the bend in the road, this magnificent property and its 13th century castle. The vines planted on the slopes overlooking the castle benefit from an exceptional natural drainage. This allows the estate to produce magnificent wines, which with the takeover of the property by a young couple of enthusiasts, will further increase in quality. Note that the domain also offers very high quality gites.
The property was bought in 2005 by the Feely family, who are passionate about organic and biodynamic farming, and has quickly become a reference in the field. Refusing the diktats of the appellations, Caro and her husband have chosen to produce a small but high quality wine. Very much focused on wine tourism, they offer a multitude of activities on this theme. The property also has standings.