WORLD WINES HUNTER E.U.R.L.

982, route de Malbec, Lieu dit 'Les Graves', 46140 Caillac
France
Telephone +33 6 88833916
Fax +33 5 65225758

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  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  Wines from France
  • 01.01.05.04  Wines from Bordeaux
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  Wines from France
  • 01.01.05.08  Wines from Vallée du Rhone
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  Wines from France
  • 01.01.05.15  Wines from Sud-Ouest

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Product category: Wines from Bordeaux

Château Haut-Bergeron - Graves, Sauternes

A family Tradition since the 19th century
The first documents giving evidence to the property date back to 1756. The Lamothe family acquired Château Haut Bergeron in
1820. After the 8th generation, the Lamothe family is now the oldest of the appellation of Sauternes devoted to winemaking.
Patrick and Hervé Lamothe, now both managers of the property, work toward revealing the potential of this outstanding
terroir.

The vineyard
Over the last generations, the property has been extended to come to its actual size of 86 acres in the Sauternes appellation
as well as 24 acres in the Graves appellation. The Premium terroirs especially ones close to Château D'Yquem are located in
Sauternes, Bommes and Preignac. The family's vineyard also spreads out over Barsac (Château Farluret, turning to organic
agriculture) and Graves (Château La Fleur des Pins et Clos des Pins).

With their family spirit and taste for hard work, the Lamothe brothers perpetuate the precious know-how of the winery and
offer a large range of wines with the original style of Château Haut-Bergeron.
A sustainable farming as a priority
From 2000 on, ploughing of the soils was reintroduced. Growing grass naturally between the ranks, which is essential to
have a natural water regulation of the soils, started in 2009.

Organic fertilizers are mainly made of seeds and skin of compost grapes and bovine manure. The results of our sustainable
and environment friendly approach are being seen years after years especially with the biodiversity in the vines, such as
swarm of bees or ladybirds colonies.

Come and visit us
We would be glad to welcome you at the château! Château Haut Bergeron is the place to share a moment of conviviality and
taste our wines. You can also stay for a diner with our special Chef

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Product category: Wines from Sud-Ouest

Lo Domeni - Cahors Malbec, Organic conversion

Yield management by debbuding and green harvesting.

"Small & Beautiful"

This is a nice area of 6 hectares at the entrance of Caillac village.
In 2004, at 39, Pierre Pradel, village child who career in trade and other wine promotion, returns to his father vines: "Beside
my tree with my wife and my little girl that I didn't want to bring up to city."
No cellar, no tanks, no money or clients, but an excellent thirty-years-old vines maintained by his father who works on behalf
of the neighbor Château Lagrézette of which he was manager.
Once back, he sets up a mechanical weeding vineyards . In the fall , he sows vetch and rye whichburied in the spring, bring
nutrients to the vine. During summer practice leafing and green harvesting .

From 2015 ,Total conversion to organic farming.

At harvest time he hires his staff to harvest by hand its best parcels to the sound of the accordion.
Thanks to a group of investors who advance them money in exchange of five years of wine, he buys tanks, a press and other
oenological tools.
In 2006, he involved on the adventure of wine making. A instinct, and thanks to his many years of tasting behind him, he's not
trying to make a "great" wine to attract experts but to a wine that looks like him and he will love to drink himself and share.
Result: the experts are seduced and his first vintages immediately receive a warm welcome.
It's in promoting wines from others that he has acquired a solid experience: "I made my own palate. I had spent my time
compare tastes, to know where they come from. I had learned the tricks of old winemakers.My method is to taste the wine
every day to know what I'll do. I do everything in the palate without too much school tools."
His hobby is to promote Malbec by the fruit at a very reasonable price. Ligh woody, extracts the tannins in moderation,
research freshness above all from grapes of impeccable quality and good concentration.
In the end, the Cahors wine is charming as his person ...

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Product category: Wines from Vallée du Rhone

Domaine de Coyeux - Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, Beaumes de Venise Red, Cru Côtes du Rhône

The origin of the vineyards of Beaumes-de-Venise is very old; the history of its wines can be traced back to 600 years before Christ, when a Greek community moved into the foothills of the Dentelles de Montmirail.

The first vines from the Domaine de Coyeux date back to the 1950s.

The estate was taken over in 2013 by Hugues de Feraudy, whose family was already established in Vaucluse in the tenth century.

Located on the southern side of the Dentelles de Montmirail, the Domaine de Coyeux is comprised of one continuous area of 112 hectares.

—The estate combines:

✓ Very well-known Trias soil types characterized by pores filled with clay which capture the winter water from the soil that when released in the summer will nourish the root system of the vines, thus leaving grape berries that thirst for the sun.

✓ Planted in an ideal location, the mountains of Coyeux (altitude 300m) provide air currents which bring freshness in the summer, contributing to healthy grapes and delicate aromatic wines.

✓ A climate dominated by the famous mistral winds.

Coming from the north, this wind occurs only a few hours after a rainfall, leaving time for the vines to absorb its benefits while minimizing the risks of the proliferation of parasites by rapidly drying the foliage.

A good wine is made in the vineyard!

A good vineyard is based on simple ideas:

✓ Healthy soil, modified only by respectful contributions to the environment.

✓ Grape varieties adapted to the soil and Mediterranean climate:

• for white wines, Muscat petit grain,

• for red wines, Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre.

✓ Vines with excess buds and leaves removed in the spring to aerate the strains and increase the leaf’s surface area exposed to the sun.

Disbudding reduces grape production and improves the concentration of aromas.

✓ Living soils, where microbial life creates organic soil enrichment through its regular twisted paths.✓ Healthy natural conditions (altitude, exposure, and climate) allow for gentle methods necessary to the agriculture to maintain the vineyard’s perfect health.

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