:: France :: Champagne

Champagne Pol Roger
Distinction and elegance. Established in 1849, Pol Roger is the ‘gentlemen’s’ Champagne, as Jean Paul Kauffman wrote in ‘Voyage en Champagne’. It is not surprising therefore the British Royal family should have made it their favourite over the years. This refinement reflects a whole lifestyle; it is also a source of infinite pleasure.
 Pol Roger List


:: France :: Alsace

Hugel et Fils
Hugel et Fils, founded in 1639 in Riquewihr, Alsace, France, is still 100% family-owned and managed by the 12th generation. Annual production of 110,000 cases comes from 70 acres of family estate and 300 acres farmed under contract. Over 90% is exported, to more than 100 countries worldwide, especially to Asia, and the distinctive yellow Hugel label was first seen in Singapore 75 years ago.     Hugel List



:: France :: Burgundy

Joseph Drouhin
For the last 130 years, Maison Joseph Drouhin has been in the hands of the Drouhin family.  One of the largest domaines in Burgundy that owns land throughout the region, including some of the most revered sites such as Clos des Mouches, Musigny, Clos de Vougeot and Corton-Charlemagne, Joseph Drouhin is helmed by the fourth generation, Frederic, Veronique, Philippe & Laurent Drouhin., who animate the same passion that inspired the founder of the company.
Joseph Drouhin List

:: France :: South Burgundy

 Georges Duboeuf
Les Vins Georges Duboeuf is the largest family-owned winery in Beaujolais, South of Burgundy. Georges Duboeuf is legendary for its popularization and production of Beaujolais wines, and especially the Beaujolais Nouveau, the colorful bottles of red wine launched each year during the third week in November. The company was founded by Georges Duboeuf who was born 1933 in Creches, France. Duboeuf’s business now produces more than 25 million cases of wine annually.
Georges Duboeuf List

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