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The Burgundy

The Burgundy Climats go south For the 10th edition of the festival Le Mois des Climats, organised by the Association des Climats du vignoble de Bourgogne and the Saône-et-Loire Department of Tourism, visitors were invited to three conferences and tastings on monastic wines from the Côte Chalonnaise. One of them was held at the Cellier aux Moines estate (Givry).   Clos, abbeys and terroirs... A famous historical triptych which led to the Climats of the Burgundy vineyard being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2015. The classified area concerns more particularly the Côte de... Read more

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Ronan Laborde Portraits of winegrowers

Interview with Ronan Laborde

1/ In February you started a second term as president of the UGCB, what are your major victories and your next challenges? We are an association of producers who meet professionals and enthusiasts...

Focus articles

The Burgundy

The Burgundy Climats go south For the 10th edition of the festival Le Mois des Climats, organised by the Association des Climats du vignoble de Bourgogne and the Saône-et-Loire Department of Tourism...

Frank Labeyrie et Raimonds Tomsons. Portraits of winegrowers

Death of Franck Labeyrie

Franck Labeyrie, winemaker at Château du Coureau in the heart of the Graves vineyards and Château de Lugey, died in August at the age of 46, leaving his mark on the wine world with his audacity and...

Vignoble Shabo Breakaways in the vineyards

Discovering the wine regions of Ukraine

Southern Bessarabia is one of the most prominent wine regions of Ukraine. It is located in the South-West of the country, in the Odesa region, between the three famous rivers: the Dniester, the Prut...

Le toit du château en tuiles vernissées, emblématiques de la Bourgogne. Portraits of winegrowers

Château de Couches

In 2009 Patricia and Olivier Poelaert took over Château Marguerite de Bourgogne in the heart of the Côtes du Couchois area. By dint of tenacity, the couple took over the estate of 10 hectares around...

Breakaways in the vineyards

Les terroirs champenois

La Côte des Blancs Superficie : 6 060 ha, 85 % chardonnay, 8 % meunier, 7 % pinot noir. The Côte des Blancs is divided into 5 vineyard sectors along two coastlines. From southern Epernay to...

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