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Philippe Deschamps - Marie-Therese Chappaz

Philippe Deschamps - Marie-Therese Chappaz

Beaujeu, Beaujolais We often find new excellent winemakers by asking our other winemakers. Philippe Deschamps came highly recommended by Vincent Lacondemine. Philippe Deschamps owns 6 hectares of vines in the central part of Beaujolais on various sites around Beaujeu, Lantignié, Les Ardillats and Quincié. Of these, one hectare is in the Beaujolais appellation the rest being Beaujolais Villages and Brouilly.
Marie-Therese Chappaz' fantastic wines

Marie-Thérèse Chappaz is not only the most famous woman winegrower in Switzerland she is also a very endearing, simple and genuine woman. Now a star in her own country and the must have swiss winemaker in France but practically unknown elsewhere.

Marie-Thérèse grows 14 hectares of vineyard at an altitude of between 400 and 800 metres, which are divided and spread over several villages - Fully and also Martigny, Charrat, Leytron, Saillon and Chamoson.

The majority of vineyards are cultivated in terraces supported by hand-built dry stone walls according to the centuries old tradition in the Valais. You can wander freely through the spectacular landscapes by taking the beaten pathways that join the different villages.

Since 1999 Marie-Thérèse Chappaz has opted for biodynamic agriculture. To say she was misunderstood at first is putting it mildly. But in between the wines have spoken, as have the wineyards, and those who looked down on the "little woman, what could she know" have learned otherwise.

“For me producing wines is not about making the best drink possible, by any means possible. Wine is something magical when it tells the story of a land, a terrain, a climate, a grape variety, in other words when it has an identity!”

I've been buying them for myself for years but not able to snatch enough quantity for Alpine Wines. But now, we have!

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