Domaine des Aurelles | The leading light of the Languedoc

Basile Saint-Germain fell in love with the Domaine des Aurelles near Pézenas and moved there in 1995. He now crafts a series of top-class cuvées, renowned as some of the ...

Jean-Baptiste Senat, artisan winemaker in the Minervois

A leading ambassador for the Minervois, Jean-Baptiste Senat is a modest and determined producer whose ambition is to make “wines that stir emotions”.

Jean-Baptiste Arena | For the love of Corsica, for the love of wine

We interviewed Jean-Baptiste Arena, son of Antoine Arena. Corsican and proud of his origins, he explained his vision of viticulture and his wines.

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Domain Dominique Piron: the fantastic terroirs of the Beaujolais

Dominique Piron produces magnificent, terroir-driven Gamay wines. A telephone conversation with this celebrated vigneron.

Vincent Dureuil-Janthial, an icon of Rully

Vincent Dureuil-Janthial and his wife produce the finest wines in the Côte Chalonnaise for truly reasonable prices for this part of Burgundy.

Domaine de la Soufrandière/Bret Brothers, masters of the Mâconnais

The Bret brothers Jean-Guillaume and Jean-Philippe have been at the top of their game in the Mâconnais for a good ten years now, with the Domaine de la Soufrandière and ...

Domaine des Tilleuls | A future must-have of the Côte-de-Nuits

While this family domain is not very well known, Domaine des Tilleuls produces excellent Côte de Nuits. One to watch.

Everything you need to know about the grape harvests

We answer some of your most frequent questions about grape picking…

Olivier Horiot | Champagnes with a difference

Olivier Horiot produces highly original wines in the Aube, a department that has at times been Burgundian, and now considered part of the Champagne region.

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A guide to the grapes of France

We take you on a tour de France of each region's most emblematic grapes.