French wines

Domaine Raissac

Languedoc, France

Since 1837, six generations of wine makers have carried on the tradition passionately in the Vinnet family. Located in Béziers in the heart of the Languedoc, the domain, rich in its traditional knowledge of winemaking, is incorporating modern techniques. Gustave and Mari Vinnet are today perpetuating this family tradition. Covering 86 hectares, the vineyards have a great diversity of soils.


Champagne, France

Edmond Barnaut was one of the first pioneers in Champagne to create his own brand outside of the controlling centers of Epernay and Reims. In 1874 he set up shop in Bouzy, where he owned vines and where he married Appoline Godmé-Barancourt (there’s a name!), heiress to additional vineyards in the village.

Barnaut’s annual production is roughly 120,000 bottles, or 10,000 12-pack cases (summary via vintage 59)


Bourgogne/Burgundy, France

We are please to range the following Burgundy wines, imported from Bourgogne in France:

2010 Rene Bouvier Bourgogne Le Chapitre Pinot Noir

2007 Domaine Michel Briday Rully 1er Cru Les Pierres

2004 Prince Florent Corton Les Ranardes Grande Cru


Joseph Loriot - Pagel Champagne

Champagne, France

JLP LogoJoseph Loriot-Pagel vineyard divides into 4 villages of the Marne Valley : Festigny, Mareuil le Port, Nesle Le Respons, Le Breuil and 2 villages of La Côte des Blancs : Cramant and Avize that are a part of the vineyard planted by Roger Pagel. The whole area of the winery is equal to 8 ha 35.

Henri Goutorbe

Champagne, France

Henri GoutourbeChampagne Henri Goutorbe is a small family owned and operated winery in the idyllic town of Ay.

 Ay is located a few kilometres north of Epernay in the heart of Champagne and is home to the well-known Champagne houses of Bollinger, Gossett and Deutz.