Terroirs Export SASU

45B rue Saint Marc, 45000 Orleans
France
Telephone +33 6 11104415

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Import-/Exportguide

Exhibitor Categories

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.01  Europe
  • 02.01.04  Germany

Germany

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.02  Asia
  • 02.02.22  China

China

  • 02  Exporter
  • 02.02  Asia
  • 02.02.27  Japan

Japan

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  Wines from France
  • 01.01.05.16  Wines from Val de Loire
  • 02  SPARKLING WINES
  • 02.07  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt with origin
  • 02.07.02  Cremant

Cremant

Our products

Product category: Wines from Val de Loire

Chateau de Cranne TS

6th Generation Chateau De Cranne Loupiac Cuvée Annie Darras

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Product category: Wines from Val de Loire

Chateau de Cranne TS

7th Generation Chateau De Cranne Côtes De Bordeaux

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Product category: Wines from Val de Loire

Chateau de Cranne TS

Bordeaux Blanc Sec 6ème Génération (Dry White) 2017
With its exceptional climatic characteristics, 2017 is a strong reminder that viticulture is closely linked to the risks that nature exposes. The year had indeed begun under the auspices of an early vintage. Marked by a vegetative  cycle that was earlier than normal, February and March favored rapid growth of the vine.

The four nights of frost at the end of April were formidable, wiping out more than 40% of the harvest throughout the Bordeaux vineyard, with significant disparities between the appellations. After an exceptionally dry and hot summer, the rainfall at the
beginning of September raises fears of the development of grey rot.

The 2017 harvest will therefore be early; starting in the second week of September As for the white grapes, the excellent health of the berries reflects an ideal phenolic maturity, preserving beautiful acidity and great aromatic freshness. The succession of rainy
episodes and intervals of drought will favour the late development of botrytis, allowing a high concentration of sugars and aromas in the grapes, perfect conditions for the production of great sweet wines.

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About us

Company details

About Us

Terroirs Export was created in July 2013 by Thibault Poisson.
We act as the Export Department for all of our wineries. 
We only represent high-quality, family owned wineries who share our philosophy towards sustainable, organic and/or biodynamic farming practices. These winegrower's have a great understanding of their regions, soils and vines.  Their main goal is not about production levels but to best express their unique terroirs.
Terroirs export handles the complexities of exporting their wines so they could concentrate on their main job: growing vines and making great wines. We strive to create a portfolio that is balanced and original while bringing excellent wines and excellent value to our importers and distributors.

A Passion For Wine...
I come from a non-winemaking family and grow up in Normandy, far away from any vineyard. However, my family and I enjoyed drinking wine. So much so that it led me to decide I was going to work in the wine industry.
After graduating from IPAG Business school, I studied in Burgundy for one year. I learned as much as possible about wines while taking some formal classes at CFPPA.  I followed that with practical winemaking experience as I worked as the assistant wine maker at Pavilon de Chavanne in Cote de Brouilly and Lupé Cholet in Nuit St Georges.
After that enriching experience travelling thru french and foreign vineyards and learning about all aspects of wine, I went to live in the USA. I spent 4 years in Houston,Texas and worked as the wine manager for Global Quality Import; an importer and distributor of fine wine and liquors.
I returned to France in early 2006 and spent almost 8 years with the Feray Family, owner of Chateau Moncontour in the Loire Valley, as their export Manager.
I started Terroirs export because I wanted to work with different vineyards, different people and different wines. I also plan to build the commercial structure that one day will allow me to sell wines from my own vineyards.

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