Category: Loire

  • Château Tour Grise

    “La Tour Grise” is a mansion in which the oldest parts were built in the 15th Century, typical of the Loire valley style.Our vineyard was planted with 15 hectares of Cabernet France and 5 hectares of Chenin. We have followed the Biodynamic method since 1998.We take care of the earth, by natural grassing between the…

  • Clos De La Coulée de Serrant

    La Coulée de Serrant, which was planted with vines by Cistercian monks as early as 1130 A.D. (875 consecutive grape harvest!), constitutes a single AOC of only 7 hectares.Biodynamic practices were progressively introduced from 1980 onwards, and the entire vineyard has benefited from them since 1984. Since then, all synthetic chemical products, weed killers and…

  • Domaine Mosse

    All our vines are found in the district of Saint Lambert du Lattay. We cultivate 7 acres of cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon, 17 acres of chenin and a small acreage of gamay, chardonnay, grolleau gris and grolleau rouge. The soil is composed of sand, gravel, quartz and schiste at varying depths.Observations: We plow the…

  • Domaine de l’Ecu

    This is a family-run estate with 21 hectares (52 acres) of vines, 16 hectares of which are planted with Melon de Bourgogne to produce “Muscadet Sèvre et Maine”, 3 hectares with Folle Blanche for “Gros-Plant du Pays Nantais”, 1 hectare with Cabernet for “Red Vin de Pays” and 1 hectare with Chardonnay for making sparkling…

  • Domaine des Sablonnettes

    In the heart of the Anjou region, with its abundant variety of wines, we have been growing our vines organically since 1997 to produce an authentic product, without the addition of sugar or yeast, fining and so on.We pay the greatest respect to the terroir so that a genuine and sustainable harmony between Man and…

  • Domaine Cousin Leduc

    In an area south of Angers in the Loire Valley, Mister Olivier Cousin of Domaine Cousin-Leduc creates gorgeous natural wines. He makes wines similar to his ancestors; from using a horse and plough to refusing chemicals, he wants the trueness of the terroir and the variety to shine through.The grapes grown on these 12 hectares…

  • Domaine Saint Nicolas

    Next to the ocean, Le Domaine Saint Nicolas situated in l’Ile d’Olonne, in Vendée, is a 33 hectares family vineyard run by Thierry MICHON. Thanks to its geographical position next to saltpan, sea and forest, it has its own microclimate.The different grape variety on clay and schist soils are: Pinot Noir, Gamay, Cabernet Franc and…