Our range of wines allows us to meet the demands of consumers looking for authenticity, and simplifies purchasing for our clients in an environment of highly fragmented vineyards. <B>> IN BURGUNDY </B> The Burgundy wine region is certainly the most complex of all. - 24,500 hectares of AOC (controlled designation of origin) vineyards - Almost 4,300 Domains (of which 85% are smaller than 10 hectares) - More than 100 designations - Land whose characteristics can be totally different from one metre to the next - An average surface area per Domain that does not exceed 7 hectares - Winemakers who sometime work alone and who cannot be asked to be good wine growers, good winemakers and also deal with the distribution of their wines. Everything in Burgundy makes the task extremely difficult for the buyer. <B>> IN THE RHÔNE VALLEY </B> The vineyards of the Rhône Valley are located on both sides of the Rhône between Vienne, Valence and Avignon. It derives its personality from its Mediterranean climate, marked by the violent mistral wind, but also by the astonishing diversity of soils and grape varieties. - 73,500 hectares and 6,000 wine growers - 2nd largest French AOC vineyards in size and volume of production - more than 40 designations - 413 million bottles sold in 2010 <B>> IN THE LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON </B> The vineyards of Languedoc - Roussillon lie mainly in the five departments of the Aude, Gard, Hérault, the Pyrénées-Orientales and Lozère. It remains one of the largest wine growing regions in the world with: - 246,000 hectares of vines - 30,000 vineyards, - 12 million hectolitres, a third of French wine production. Needless to say that such vast area offers a wide range of land variety, each type of land providing a wide variety of soil, climate and grape of which the different combinations make unique wines.