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France

Alpine France

France is the great wine nation - but you won't find Bordeaux or classic Côtes du Rhône here - no! We head for the foothills of the Alps for far more interesting bottles.

French Winemakers

Hand picked winemakers are people who are a delight to do business with - and that's before you've opened the wine. What's in the bottle is even more delightful.

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Château Thivin

Château Thivin create some of the most sought after wines from Beaujolais.

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Denis & Didier Berthollier

Denis and Didier Berthollier are a couple of magnificent winemakers from Savoie.

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Domaine Gravallon-Lathuilière

Four different Crus from this family winery.

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Domaine Matray

Not just stunning Crus but sparkling and fortified Beaujolais too!

All our France winemakers

French Wine Regions

We focus on the lesser known wine regions of France near the Alps - Beaujolais, Savoie and Jura.

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Beaujolais

The Beaujolais region lies between the Mâconnais to the north, the city of Lyon to the south and the Rhône valley beyond.

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Savoie

Elegant and refined wines from this little known mountainous region.

French Wine Grapes

Grapes in our French portfolio.

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Altesse

Altesse is the most prestigious white grape of Savoie and is the grape in the famous Roussette de Savoie.

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Chardonnay

Forget any prejudices and long-held beliefs, this is where the new Chardonnay adventure begins.

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Gamay

Gamay is such an exciting grape and has superb food-matching abilities few other reds can match.

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Jacquère

A very light pale yellow with aromas and flavours of white flowers, tropical fruits and an underlying flintiness.

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Mondeuse Blanche

Mondeuse Blanche wines are typically made in the fresh, dry style, typical of Savoie.

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Mondeuse Noire

Dark, intense, a touch wild and yet well balanced.

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Persan

Wild and wonderful reds from the french Alps

The Pinot Noir grape in all its glory.

Pinot Noir

The world's best subtle red.

All grapes

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