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Domaine des Vallettes is above all a family story: Antoine, oenologist, is in the vineyard and the cellar, François vinifies and sells. Since 2001, the Jamet brothers have taken over the wine estate, located near the village of Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil between Angers and Tours, created by their parents in 1986. The vineyard is planted with the Cabernet Franc grape variety.
"Événement" : the barrel aging for this beautiful Saint-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil 2014 required patience, a patience of 6 years now rewarded! From the best plot of the estate, this is the wine not to be missed.
Vinolithic: the wine matured 80 meters underground!
The Châteauneuf-du-Pape, house specialties
Dominique Piron represents the 14th generation of winemakers in a line founded by Étienne Bailly 4 centuries ago. Dominique Piron's Morgons, his specialty, are racy and elegant with a touch of black cherry (and kirsch, as the wine ages) and spicy notes. Well structured, they can be drunk young but can also be stored in the cellar. The Côte du Py 2017 get in the Top100 of the famous Wine Spectator magazine in 2019. A safe bet validated by the Twil team! "This wine estate returns to its best level" - La Revue du Vin de France (1 star in the RVF Green Guide)
Direct from the winemaker
He studied at Château Brane-Cantenac (Margaux). Armand Heitz, oenologist and agronomist, took over the family vineyards in Chassagne-Montrachet in 2012 (after long negotiations, studies of contracts and sleepless nights). This young thirty-two year old winemaker favors finesse and elegance, his Pommard 1er Cru, with a very clear robe and a nose on the fruit, is much talked about (available only on allocation). We now find his wines on the finest tables such as those of the Ritz and famous french chef Jean-François Piège!
Direct from the winemaker
Cuvées that reflect the great terroirs of Champagne
Created in 1913, the Champagne house is brilliantly revived by Victor Duntze (4th generation) and today produces harmonious wines, authentic and extremely promising.
In the 19th century, many Germans came in France to bring their managerial, accounting and commercial expertise to young Champagne houses. Names like Taittinger, Krug, Bollinger or Deutz begin to make themselves known at this time. Friedrich Duntze (1856-1944) was part of this wave.
"Most operators make wines from terroirs blends, we decided to separate them, so each wine has its own specificities." - Victor Duntze
"Blindly tasted, its champagnes stood out as harmonious wines (...) The authenticity is preserved by a right elaboration, which does not add anything superfluous." - Le monde
"A legendary Champagne house" - Cuisine & Vins de France
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