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Les Vins du Siècle est un grand site fédérateur, bilingue et mondial. Dans toute la France, « triés sur le volet », les meilleurs producteurs (la très grande majorité ayant l’exclusivité de leur appellation) sont retenus pour la typicité des vins, leur rapport qualité-prix-plaisir, l'expression de leur terroir et leur passion de vignerons. 

Pas de vins à la mode, surcôtés ou de "jus de bois" dans Les Vins du Siècle. La typicité d’un vin, ce n’est rien d’autre que l’association d’un sol, d’un micro-climat, d’une plante et d’un homme.  On ne peut aimer un vin qu’en appréciant celui qui le fait. Derrière une étiquette, il y a un viticulteur (ou une viticultrice) et c’est fondamental de ne pas les dissocier. Bien sûr, les sols ont une influence considérable et, dans chaque territoire, dans chaque commune, le vigneron fait la différence avec son voisin.

Il ne s’agit donc pas seulement de faire du bon vin, ce que tout le monde peut faire, mais surtout d’élever de vrais vins racés, reconnaissables entre mille, qui sentent ce “fumé” bourguignon, déploient ce “velours” libournais, ces senteurs alsaciennes, cette “chair” en Médoc ou à Châteauneuf, cette “minéralité” à Pouilly ou à Meursault, cette fraîcheur en Champagne comme dans nos grands liquoreux. 



After the resumption of an ancestral family vineyard and with much of determination and will, the marketing of our production began during the years 1990. Most of our vines are at the foot of the majestic Château du Haut-Koenigsbourg. With 6 hectares of vines and in spite of the youth of the house, we produce mainly wines with High Expression and we align each year a score of vintages thanks to a keen work and to neat completions. Among a great number of references, let us quote inter alia the range of the Old Vines, the whole of our wines of soil like the BURGREBEN or SILBERGRUB without forgetting our famous “ROUGE DE SAINT-HIPPOLYTE”. In 2003, we celebrated the birth of our last cuvée: “HARMONIE”, a table wine which is declined in white or rosy according to mood. The typicity and the quality of our vintages are regularly rewarded in various competitions and re-examined: Guide hachette, Prix d’Excellence , medals…


Winegrowing of 23 ha, where one cultivates human heat with the same care that one brings to the vines, privileging fauna and the flora, “brooding them” to extract their quintessence and to let them from it express itself as well as possible, during a perfectly controlled and traditional maturing. These impassioned owners have indeed in heart to make discover subtleties of their environment, their soil and their work, so that each one of their bottle is a source of user-friendliness. Their daughter, Mathilde, work with them, her brother, Auguste, occupy more cellar. Since nearly 25 years, the Natter family is vivid by an Hmong team - originating in the mountains of the Laos - integrated into the culture of the wine. She impregnated single relation that these women and men maintain with the vegetable world. Together, they engage and take part in the installation of a protection of the local biodiversity. In 2005, the winegrowing gained the Trophy of the Best Very Small Exporter, at the time of the fiftieth anniversary of the club of the exporters of France. The agricultural regional Meeting decreed in Cécile and Henry the price of Honor for “atypical Vine growers”. The family has in heart to make discover subtleties of their soil, their environment, their work so that their bottles are this discrete bond between nature and themselves: source of marvellous user-friendliness. Exceptional Sancerre blanc L’Expression de Cécile “L’Essence des Terres Blanches” 2007, available only out of magnum in order to polish its ageing, of a large smoothness with much of expression, suave, with the complex bouquet where intermingle with the notes of almond, fresh apricot and heather, is a harmonious, rich and delicate wine at the same time, ideal on scallops. The Sancerre cuvée François de la Grange 2010, all in subtlety of aromas (fresh fruits, hawthorn), dryness, typified and scented, of powerful mouth and a long final, with delicate nuances of broom and quince. The 2009, powerful and very frankly in mouth, with the subtle nose, full and persistent, are elegant and distinguished, with the complex connotations where the flowers (hawthorn, broom) prevail, is all in persistence. The 2008, where intermingle with the notes of almond and white flowers, are all in roundness, with a note of freshness which is characteristic for him. Very beautiful red Sancerre the Enchantment 2009 (wine making and maturing out of barrels of oak), typified, with aromas of fern and fruits fresh, of a large smoothness, a wine with a quite persistent and powerful final, like this Expression de Cécile 2007, with the nuances of almond, mixing freshness and roundness with the palate. Their Sancerre rosé 2011, is always the best of the appellation, of beautiful color, with notes of orange and flowers white, full, fleshy, ideal on spiced mets. Excellent Sancerre blanc 2011, resulting from the soil of the white grounds, with the nose complex and powerful, very harmonious, with the connotations of small dried fruits and pear to the palate, distinguished mouth.


Until in February 1920, Vicomte de Courcelles lived with its family on the Domaine de La Mouline. It is then Ismaël LASSERRE which became the happy owner of this winegrowing estate of a surface of 4 hectares 70 ares and 37 centiares. It will exploit it until its death. His André son, will ensure the succession and will take again the exploitation in the Forties. Then, her daughter Madeleine LASSERRE, wife of Jean COUBRIS will inherit it in the Sixties, and together, they will assume the responsibility for it until March 19th, 1981. And it is with passion that their child Jean-Louis COUBRIS accompanied by his sons Jean-Christophe and Cédric, ensures the wine making to perpetuate the family tradition. They work together with the development of the property during decades 80 and 90. To date, Cédric COUBRIS, continues the exploitation of 22 hectares vines on the 25 hectares of surface of the property, with her two daughters Lucie and Julie. “2015 and 2016 are two years exceptional which join for our greater pleasure the 2009 and 2010”, Cédric Coubris explains us. “After 2013 and 2014, very weak in volume but with a pretty quality, we have quality and the quantity. We even granted ourselves the luxury to gather the grapes 4 type of vines of the property in 4 times. Merlots then a first interruption before beginning again on Cabernets Sauvignon, idem for Cabernets francs and in end Petits Verdots.” While waiting, you will be able to discover this Moulis-in-Médoc Cru Bourgeois 2012, matured out of barrels during approximately 18 months, medal of Argent Paris 2014, with the persistent notes of undergrowth and blackberry, a wine which combines structure and flexibility, with dense tannins, which is tasted remarkably, perfect on a hare or lamb.


If the vine were already present at XVème, it is Alphonse Roulleau (1885-1957) which directs really the production of Château de Rochettes towards the wine. Already present at Salon of Agriculture of Paris before the war of 1914-1918, it gains many medals there. Following the marriage of his/her daughter Raymonde Roulleau with Louis Douet in 1946, the tradition remains, and marketing is directed towards the sales to individual out of barrels and bottles. In 1974, it is their only son Jean Douet who will take again the reins of the vineyard. Impassioned liqueur-like wines, it will set up a work group at beginning of the year 90 for the recognition and the coding of the mention “Sélection de Grains Nobles”. The retirement age approaching and not having a child interested by the recovery, it agrees to sell Château de Rochettes to Catherine Nolot, already owner of a nearby vineyard the “ Domaine de L’Eté ”. A vineyard of 25 ha where the control of the vine is done in the respect of the soil and the environment (putting under grass). The wine makings are personalized for each type of wines. According to the vintages, ageing lasts 6 to 18 months. You will appreciate this Anjou blanc Pièce du Moulin 2012, with the flavors intense, suave, very harmonious, subtle and powerful at the same time, where the ripe fruits and the fresh flowers intermingle, very accessible. The Anjou-Villages Château des Rochettes 2011 is very traditional, rich color, feels good the ripe fruits with core and the underwoods, a wine balanced very well, with silky tannins.   Excels Anjou-Villages rouge Pièce du Moulin 2011, of beautiful color deep ruby, with complex notes of liquorice and strawberry, combining tannic matters and smoothness, a wine for ageing.


In 1970, the winegrowing is converted with the biological culture, the first applications of organic-dynamie beginning in 1981. Starting from harvest 1986, the Demeter mention is obtained, and, since harvest 2002, the wine is not stopped any more with cork but with capsules crowns in Inox, to avoid the organoleptic deviations (savors and aromas) caused by the stoppers cork. Wine making without any additive, manual grape harvest, indigenous yeasts, maturing on the lees during 9 months. Much liked Gewurztraminer 2009, with these subtle connotations where intermingle the ripe white fruits, the fresh spices and flowers, of intense mouth. Excellent Pinot white Carrière 2008, intense, associating structure and smoothness, all in harmony, of persistent mouth, ideal on an bass with white butter. Riesling Bihl 2009, very delicate like this attractive Sylvaner Bergweingarten 2007, sharp, with quite typical notes of citrus fruits (grapefruit), of fruity mouth. Crémant beautiful of Alsace 2008, foam very beading and very persistent, a wine rich, tasty, where one finds nuances of lemon and honey. Taste its original vintage, the Blanc de noirs 2009, a beautiful expression of the very ripe Pinot noir vinified in white. “A manner of vinifying a Pinot noir, specifies me Jean-Pierre Frick, without correction and additives (except a little sulfur after racking). Always naturalness! Coppered yellow robe, intense and complex undergrowth aromas, liquorice, mild tobacco, yellow fruits and truffle, stops full and nervous, beautiful association with a turkey with wild mushrooms.” Superb Gewurztraminer Grand cru Eichberg Vendanges Tardives 2005, a fleshy and complex great wine, where the brioche, the flowers and honey intermingle, of a great intensity to the palate. All in consistency, Pinot gris Vendanges Tardives Grand cru Vorbourg 2008 is a great wine, with the fruity and floral notes intense, with a honey point, dissolve, of guard.


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