South West

Main grape varieties

GROS MANSENG


MALBEC


TANNAT

Les Vignerons du Vallon

www.vigneronsduvallon.com

 

Situated in the Marcillac valley of the Aveyron region on an exceptional rougier soil, « Les Vignerons du Vallon caves gather about forty producers together and markets almost two thirds of the Marcillac production.

Marcillac is a small (but steadily growing) appellation of the South-West region of France, granted AOC status in 1990. Marcillac wines are made predominantly from the rustic, local grape variety Fer Servadou called as well Mansois.

 

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Domaine de Lancement

(Organic)

www.domainelancement.fr

The 4-hectare Domaine de Lancement was bought by the Annibal family in 1993. Ten years later, Sandrine Annibal took on the management of Domaine de Lancement. Wine produced is mainly red -- blends of Merlot and Malbec grapes. The wines are fruity and smooth. After valuable experience and savoir faire gleaned from wine producers abroad and in the South West of France, Sandrine brings her passion and youthful spirit to the family domaine.

 

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Producteurs de Plaimont

www.plaimont.com

The Producteurs Plaimont philosophy is respect for age-old traditions. Aware of the necessity to preserve their land and heritage for future generations, they use environmentally friendly methods and help young winegrowers to establish themselves.

Producteurs Plaimont