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  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  Wines from France
  •  Wines from Beaujolais/Lyonnais
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  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
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  • 01.01  Wines from Europe
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  •  Wines from Sud-Ouest

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Product category: Wines from Bordeaux

Château Haut-Bergeron - Sauternes, Bordeaux Graves

Château Haut-Bergeron is the story of one of the oldest families in Sauternes. Inheritance of over 200 years, nine generations have succeeded and shared the passion for the profession of winemaker.

2018: The Château, which today has 35 hectares in Sauternes and 12 hectares in Graves, has never stopped to reinvent itself in order to progress. Thanks to the oenological progress, the transfer of know-how and the applied work of a family team, our wines have managed to rise to the level of the best wines of Sauternes. The quality of our wines is now widely welcomed by our customers but also by national and international tastings at the highest level. We are also to this day, the most rewarded Château of the appellation. Today, it is always with emotion, that we welcome our most loyal customers year after year.

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Product category: Wines from Beaujolais/Lyonnais

Château de Durette - Beaujolais Crus

Who we are?

The Belgian Story  (Beaujolais, les Créateurs/ édition Jaques André)

Some choose a peaceful retirement in sunny places; others near a fireplace in a cosy cottage. There are finally those who decide to take part in a new adventure. And this was the choice made by Jean Joly, coming from Liège, who got completely hooked on the Château de Durette. More a rekindling of passion than really love at first sight. In 1964 he went on honeymoon with his wife Françoise in Saint Amour. It’s a kind of revelation for the couple who discovers the vineyard on this occasion. He came back with in his luggage a quarter barrel of the beverage and some friendship ties. Forty two years later, he invested in a domain on the banks of the river Ardières, a big house pompously called castle. « I was looking for a certain standing, I immediately saw the potential of this house». Surprisingly enough it came out that a part of this building was called « house of Belgians» because it had sheltered refugees from Outre Quiévrain during the First World War.

The man managed the basketball club of his hometown for 20 twenty years and le dit to the European Cup. He surely used here his “winner” mentality. He tripled the surface of the domain, enriched it with the most prestigious vineyards; took good care of the wine production with the help of some very reliable oenologists; and started to conquer the export markets. With enthusiasm but no naivety. « The image of the Beaujolais is not bound to be good. It has to be tasted untiringly to trigger something in the mind of private individuals as well as professionals. ». These difficulties don’t harm his enthusiasm at all. « This domain is a dream, that I would nevertheles transform into a viable and sustainable project. ». The culture of a company leader is still very much present here as well as a communicative determination. One of his Belgian friend has just followed his steps in the region of Pizay…

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Product category: Wines from Sud-Ouest

Lo Domeni, Cahors Malbec, certified Organic

"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 Beaujolais/Lyonnais

Château de Durette AOP Moulin à Vent Les Gimarets 2018

France > Beaujolais > Moulin-a-Vent AOC

Alc.: 13 % ABV

100% Gamay

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Product category: Wines from Bordeaux

Château Haut-Bergeron Sauternes 2016

Sauternes AOC - HARVEST Hand picked only with several selective picking (between 4 and 6 depending on the vintage) of botritysed grapes.. VINIFICATION In barrels AGEING In 50% new oak barrels for 18 months. Regular topping-ups and rackings. Natural clarification. AGEING POTENTIAL With all the care given and the selections made through the whole process of farming and vinification, Château Haut Bergeron has definitely the ability to age in bottle. Outstanding vintages dating from the last century such as 1924, 1926, 1928, 1929… are still being kept in the private cellar of Château Haut Bergeron

France > Bordeaux > Sauternes AOC

Alc.: 14 % ABV   |   RS: 146 g/l

85% Semillon, 15% Sauvignon Blanc

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About us

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World Wines Hunter is agent, importer, exporter and distributor specialized in wines, spirits and beers.

We work exclusively with wineries as supplier in France and abroad for professional customers: HoReCa, wines specialty chains/retail, distributors, importers.

Our services are to offer wines of all French and foreign designation and to ensure the commercial follow up.

The wines which we propose are wines of terroir, that's mean, typical wines from the place where they are produced.
We offer you also, a grand selection of atypical estate wines, amazing, that deserve to be discovered and tasted.

To better understand the market, we spend time with each sales representative on the estate and take the time to discuss their expectations to improve development capabilities.