Clos de los SieteLa estrella de ArgentinaA unos 100 km en el Sur de Mendoza en el Valle del Uco , ultima gran ciudad antes de llegar a la majestuosa Cordillera de los Andes, Michel Rolland, asociado con Jean Michel Arcaute, prestigioso viticultor bordelés en Pomerol , descubrió el enclave ideal. Un terroir magnifico de mas de 800 ha con una exposición solar única, unos suelos constituidos por cantos rodados, arcilla y arena. A estos dos pioneros se unieron algunos amigos, también viticultores, inversores apasionados por el vino. Son 7 al principio y se lanzaron a afrontar este desafío apostando por un concepto único e innovador. Bajo la batuta de Michel Rolland, se propusieron elaborar un vino único y excepcional.
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Clos de los Siete
LOS CUATRO ELEMENTOS

El éxito de los vinos del Clos es el fruto de una alquimia que combina con acierto cuatro elementos clave, cuatro elementos difíciles de conciliar en un mismo lugar, salvo aquí, en tierras Argentinas:

  • Un suelo generoso.
  • Un clima favorable.
  • Una viñas cuidadas.
  • Una exposición adecuada.
EL COUPAGE

La variedad Malbec, emblemática de Argentina, es la que domina en estas tierras. Ocupa más de la mitad de la superficie de la propiedad, con una densidad inhabitual de 5.500 cepas por ha. Para conseguir un ensamblaje complejo, se la acompaña de otras variedades Francesas que aporta su tipicidad y su personalidad al ensamblaje final: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Cabernet Franc.

LA VINIFICACIÓN

La vinificación es muy rigurosa, con maceraciones en frio con utilización de nieve carbónica para evitar oxidaciones.

En la actualidad Clos de los Siete es un icono mundial y un indiscutible éxito internacional siendo la primera referencia de vinos de calidad argentinos vendida en el mundo.

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Chateau Saint Maur Cru ClasséThe Pearl of ProvenceIt was 2011 when Roger Zannier accepted the challenge to convert Chateau Saint Maur in one of the most prestigious references of the Côte de Provence. Thanks to the experience that he gained as owner of the Portuguese winery “Quinta do Pessegueiro” during 25 years, he came up with a wide vineyard replanting program and reformation plan of the winery.Chateau Saint Maur is situated in Cogolin, 10 km from Saint Tropez and enjoys the best orientations in the most important part of the Denomination of Origin of the Côte de Provence.Vineyards of Garnacha, Syrah, Cinsault and Rolle are planted there.Chateau Saint Maur is one of the 18 Cru Classé of the Còte de Provence, a classification that only wineries with tradition, experience, high reputation and a terroir capable of producing outstanding wines can achieve.

“{SOLS, VIGNES, CLIMAT, BIODIVERSITE, HISTOIRE, HOMMES/FEMMES, PHILOSOPHIE}={TERROIR}”
“{Soil, Vineyard, Climate, Bio-diversity, History, Man/Woman, Philosophy}= {Terruño}”

This winery offers a wide range of wines for any budget, always maintaining its quality and unique personality.
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Les Seigneurs de Saint MaurEl vino más joven de la bodega. Color rosa palo con reflejos brillante. Finamente aromático, fresco, vivo y equilibrado. Ideal para acompañar un aperitivo.
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Chateau Saint Maur “M”Hermano mayor de Les Seigneurs. Color salmón ligeramente rosado, aromático, fresco, amplio y de final agradable.
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Chateau Saint Maur ExcellenceEl corazón de la gama de vinos de la bodega. Vino elaborado para disfrutar con buena gastronomía y en momentos especiales. Suave, fino, complejo y redondo.
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Clos Capelune Chateau Saint MaurVino procedente de un viñedo excepcional de 12 hectáreas. Este vino sólo se comercializa en las mejores añadas. Delicado, expresivo y muy elegante.
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Vincent GrallHistoryThe Sancerre vineyards were already well-known by the 12th century for their red wine (Pinot Noir). Augustinian monks from the local abbey of St. Satur and the counts of Sancerre both made their contributions. Located in the Loire Valley, the river played an important role in the development of the wine trade. The scourge of phylloxera virtually destroyed the vineyards at the end of the 19th century, but cleared the way for a total reconstruction of the vineyards. It was then that the Sauvignon Blanc grape (for white wine) – beautifully adapted to the Sancerre terroir and climate – was selected for replanting the famous slopes. Perched high on its hilltop between the Loire River and the plateau of the Berry province, Sancerre dominates the rolling vineyard landscape and wild valley of the upper LoireThe 'Tour des Fiefs', vestige of Sancerre’s feudal past, this imposing stone tower dates from the 14th century and was a part of the original château. The 16th century belfry located next to the Notre Dame church and its magnificent stained glass windows and pipe organ.
A walking tour of Sancerre enchants you with its narrow winding streets, picturesque half-timbered houses and sweeping views of the vines and Loire below.
The Sancerre appellation was recognized in the first AOC decree in 1936 and Sancerre Red an Rosé wines were in their turn classified in 1959. Today, there are 2500 hectares of Sancerre vineyards, 80% of which is devoted to Sauvignon Blanc for white wines, and 20% to Pinot Noir for red and rosé wines.


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Vincent Grall - Cuvée TraditionA nice and twinkling pale golden dress with green and silver tints. A pure and open nose with citrus and exotics fruits notes. Elegant and precise in the mouth, with a balanced combination between mineral and fruity notes.
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Vincent Grall - Cuvée Le ManoirEye : Pale gold colour with green highlights. Nose : The nose is opened, it associates notes of menthol, citrus fruits and a toasted touch. Taste : The mouth offers an attractive volume: the attack is ample. it is followed by a pleasant minerality. Finale is structured, with vanilla notes that extend the pleasure.More info
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Michel Redde et FilsHistoryREDDE’s family tree allows us to look backwards until 1630, when a man called « François REDDE » was already a wine grower in Pouilly-sur-Loire.
Michel REDDE was born in 1930 in Saint-Andelain and decided to stay in the vineyard in order to perpetuate the wine grower profession which, formerly, be reserved to the monks (where came from the name of La Moynerie). It is thanks to his courage and tenacity that he succeeded with his wife Simone, at the beginning of the 1950’s, in buying, regrouping, clearing the land and planting, in order to expand the family property.
Ten years later, they decided to build a tasting cellar which they called “La Moynerie” on the border of the famous Route Nationale 7. This one has been opened to the French and foreign customers coming around, in July 1966 and it permitted the REDDE’s family to make their wines of Pouilly Fumé and Pouilly-sur-Loire known.
In 1977, Thierry REDDE, Simone and Michel’s son, joined his parents to bring his new ideas and decided in 2001 to extend the winery upon three levels, in order to vinify by gravity.
In 2003 and 2005, Sébastien and Romain, Thierry’s sons, Sébastien and Romain works on the tracks of their Father and their grand-Father while adopting new methods of work. They perpetuate the traditional style of the winery, and philosophy of the vineyard which: bring out in the most natural way, the best expression of the grape variety and terroir throughout their passion: the Vineyard and the Wine.
Nowadays, La Moynerie runs 42 hectares situated in the heart of the appellation turned towards a natural and few interventionist culture; controlled organic supplements, hard and meticulous works, ground’s work, hand-harvest in boxes….


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Louis MoreauChablis BourgogneDomaine Louis Moreau was born from the passion of a family that celebrates this year its 2 centuries of living in Chablis. As early as the late 19th century, the love of this family for great wines led to the purchase of plots in Grands Crus and Premiers Crus.
Nowadays, proprietor of parcels in 5 of the Grands Crus, including a monopole, the domaine works many plots within the appellations of Petit Chablis, Chablis and Premiers Crus, in full harmony with the environment.
The most prestigious of its wines is the monopole Chablis Grand Cru Clos des Hospices dans Les Clos, which was acquired by the Moreau family in 1904. Louis Moreau, who has been head of the domaine since 1994, produces wines with a unique style, combining minerality, fineness, elegance and purity.


PHILOSOPHY

Louis represents the sixth genereation of the Moreau family linked to the Chablis vineyard destiny since 1814. He has been head of the family business since 1994, succeeding to his father Jean-Jacques who had also created the negociant house J.Moreau & Fils en the 70’s. This company was sold years ago and has nothing to do with the Moreau family and vineyard since then.
Louis studied at Fresno State University California, where he obtained a degree in oenology-viticulture. Afterwards, he worked for various American and French wineries in California, before coming back to take care of the family vineyards.
Louis places great emphasis on cultivating the vine with great respect for the environment. He always seeks for the most natural solution in order to ensure the quality of his vines and grapes. An important aspect of this work is done to ensure that the plants can grow properly, struggling by themselves against external pressures. Moreover, the results of such methods are a total control of the yield.
Louis collaborates closely in the area of nursery research with the most important domains in Burgundy with a view to improving the quality of his vines. He particularly focuses his research on massal selections of the most robust vine plants in “Vieilles Vignes” of the domain (mainly in Premiers Crus and Grands Crus) in order to make the most of all the terroirs.
All year long, Louis practices high quality methods, ending with handpicked harvests, followed by small volumes transport to the winery and the use of a sorting table. Chablis & Chablis 1ers Crus are vinified in stainless still tanks to retain all their minerality & their fineness. On the other hand, the powerful & the richness of the Chablis Grands Crus encourage judicious use of oak barrels for a harmonious development.


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Chablis FinenessMore info
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Chablis 1er Cru Vaulignot MineralityMore info
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Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos ComplexityMore info
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Grand Cru CLOS DES HOSPICES dans Les Clos The ExceptionMore info
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