The Florisoone family (owners of Ch. Calon-Ségur in Saint Estèphe) aquired this property in 2012. Situated at the heart of Saint-Émilion’s sloping vineyards — and among prestigious neighbors! — the resulting wine is rich but harmonious, with nuances of raspberry coulis, juniper, and flowers.
In 2003, Didier Delagrange & his wife Hélène assumed full control of this Domaine. Over six generations, the winery has expanded its holdings, but remains true to a tradition of sustainable cultivation, soil preparation, debudding, de-leafing to allow air circulation, and hand-harvesting. Satisfactory yields of healthy grapes, and a sensitivity to the nuances of each vintage, result in distinctive wines of graceful balance.
UPC: 8 53546 00075 7
Handed down from generation to generation since 1889, Calvados Morin is one of the oldest companies in Normandy. Currently under the leadership of Pierre-Yves Viry, the family’s eaux de vie of various ages all manifest the Morin touch — ancestral know-how guiding the blend of bitter, bittersweet, tart, and sweet apples to obtain a rich palette of flavors, then maturing older bottlings in Limousin oak casks in humid troglodytic caves.
Aged 2-3 years
UPC: 0 40232 58270 7
Aged 4-6 years
UPC: 0 40232 58271 4
Calvados “Hors d’Age”
Aged 15 years
UPC: 0 40232 58272 1
The Briottet family of Dijon started in the wine business in 1836, passing through six generations to brother & sister Vincent & Claire Briottet today. Gradually, the family moved away from wines and into production of Crème de Cassis. Following the most exacting standards, Briottet crème liqueurs are made only by macerating fruit in neutral alcohol, then sweetening with sugar.
Crème de Framboise
made from Heritage variety raspberries
375ml UPC : 3 153330 188027
Crème de Pêche de Vigne
made with wild peaches grown near Beaune
375ml UPC : 3 153330 188065
In 2005 Domaine Jaume celebrated its 100th anniversary. Brothers Pascal & Richard Jaume are now at the helm, organically farming 80 hectares in the Rhône Cru appelation of Vinsobres, 40 miles north of Châteauneuf du Pape.
In the early 2000s, brother & sister Julien & Laetitia Barrot returned from other work to join forces at the vineyard that has been in their family since 1703. Passionately pursuing new ways to give expression to the uniqueness of their terroir while respecting tradition, the Barrots have seen their hard work pay off with widespread praise, but more importantly, with a wine that embodies the loving care of the family tending its vineyards.
Third-generation winegrowers Élisabeth & François Jourdan fashion these lovely indigenous varietal wines from very old vines. The vineyards are located outside the lovely village of Sommières.
Rosé of Aramon Vieilles Vignes
Vin de France
UPC : 3 760201 940037
A 1950 marriage united the Marchands of Morey-Saint-Denis with the Grillots of Gevrey-Chambertin. Today, Jacques Marchand & his son Étienne honor the family’s six-generation roots in the Côte de Nuits by making traditional-styled, ethereal Pinot Noirs that express the beautiful vineyards where they were grown.
Gevrey-Chambertin “Au Vellé”
Pinot Noir 100%
UPC : 3 760200 090313
Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru “Petite Chapelle”
Pinot Noir 100%
UPC : 3 760200 090818