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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. 



With his scientific mind and his avant-gardist temperament, Charles Schléret seeks to apply his knowledge of modern techniques to the vines grown on the excellent terroir of Turckeim. This highly experienced wine-maker puts the emphasis on state-of-the art equipment in his constant search for quality improvements. Charles Schleret is a forerunner in modern vinification with temperature control, and knows how to use this approach to preserve the intense, fresh aromas of his wines. This is how he has built the reputation of his products. His efforts have earned him many awards and medals in prestigious wine competitions. This recognition is thoroughly deserved, as is confirmed by his faithful clients who are only too keen to benefit from the excellent value for money of his prestigious Cuvées made with grapes from vines which are over 35 years old -wines with strong local character and exactly the sort of wine we like. This is the perfect example of quality obtained thanks to the constant efforts of a devoted wine-grower who respects the great traditions of Alsace wines. He has regularly featured among the winners of the great wine competitions in France and abroad: Grand Prix d'Excellence of the Union Française des Oenologues. Gold medals in the Sélections Mondiales de Montréal. Several awards at the Brussels Concours Mondial and the Paris Vinalies Internationales. Grand Prix d'honneur at the the International Wine and Arts Challenge. Gold medals at the Paris Concours Général…


Officially appeared in 1893, it is into 1974 that Remi DELAYAT repurchased and rehabilitated this estate of 13 ha. After her disappearance, his Nicole wife, always continued this rehabilitation in the search of the quality and the respect of the soil. It is Hugues, their son today who, since 1997, continues this search in the respect of these values and these traditions, as attest our cultivation methods of them (strong body of plantation, ploughings exclusive of the grounds, fights reasoned then Bio conversion, grape harvest manual and, control sort table of the yields). You will be able to discover this Médoc 2009, which collected the rewards (gold medals with the competition of Vignerons Indépendants, of Argent to Mondial of the wine, Argent to International competition of Brussels, Bronze to International Wine Challenge), a wine marked by black fruit notes and finely spiced keys, of full mouth, with firm tannins, combining structure and melted. The 2008 is an good example of the typicity of the wines of this winegrowing, a great traditional vintage of Médoc, powerful and dense mouth, which releases from the nuances of raspberry, humus and liquorice, a steady structure, a fleshy wine, with ripe but rich tannins, of a complex final, of guard, of course. Excellent 2007, gold medal with the competition of Vignerons Indépendants and Argent to Interntional Wine Challenge, dense and powerful with the nose as in mouth, with its tasty tannins, with the cooked fruit nose (blackcurrant, bilberry), of a nice delicately spiced final.


The origins vigneronnes of the Arnould family go up at the end of last century. At the time, the Lefevre grandfathers exploit vines located on the soil Great wine of Verzenay, the grapes being sold at the large Country cottages. The first bottles were marketed in the Thirties. With beginning of the year 60, the little girl of the family Lefevre get maried with Michel Arnould and create together their own brand “Michel Arnould”. In 1972, they begin export in England. Today, their son Patrick and their son-in-law develops the mark in a large number of countries. The vineyard of 12 ha is led in reasoned fight, in the respect of the environment. Maison proposes to you this Champagne Tradition Grand Cru, Blanc De Noirs, particularly typified, of fine and persistent foam, of a beautiful complexity in mouth, all into fruity and smoothness, Champagne very well proportioned, full and framed, which feels the toast, apricot and the fresh flowers. The B 50 Grand Cru Millésimes 2007, delicate but rich at the same time, with hazel nut and pear scents, combines smoothness and fruity, at the same time constructed and flexible, with this balanced nervousness, of good mouth, with the notes of lime and quince finally. Beautiful Champagne cuvée Mémoire de Vignes 2007 (pure Pinot noir resulting only from Vignes old women), of elegant and intense mouth, with these black grape notes, of fresh fruits and cookies, full and refined Champagne, which deserves an elaborate kitchen. The vintage Extra Brut Grand Cru a pure Pinot noir only one year with wine 20% of reserve, not of liquor of discharging, where power, smoothness and flavors of fruits intermingle, is Champagne of brilliant color, with fine and persistent bubbles. Brut Réserve Grand Cru, assembly with equal shares of Pinot noir and Chardonnay, has a ripe apple nose and a suave, powerful and complex mouth, where intermingle in mouth the fruits, the heather and the flowers fresh.   Excels Champagne Brut La Grande Cuvée de Michel Arnould (70% Pinot noir, 30% Chardonnay), full, of complex and delicate mouth at the same time. Alluring Brut rosé Grand Cru, a pure Pinot noir, addition of elaborate red slopes Champagne was of oak and resulting from old women Vignes, ageing minimum 24 months out of bottles, liquor of proportioning containing cane sugar, which feels raspberry always good, harmonious, powerful, of a pretty roundness finally.


An estate with a superb terroir. The grapes are hand-picked, not destemmed, and crushed gently before going into fermentation vats for 15 to 21 days with temperature control. Next, the wine is matured in large oak barrels for 18 to 24 month. This results in a fine red wine with a powerful nose combining notes of spice and red fruit. It is ample and solid, rich in colour and structure, with very well-balanced tanins and good ageing potential. The Bandol white, made with the Clairette and Ugni blanc varieties, is just as flavoursome, releasing intense floral notes of heather. It goes ideally with grilled fish. The Bandol rosé, combining finesse and structure in the mouth, has notes of flowers, a fine, intense colour, great elegance and a very long finish on the palate. Remarkable value for money, limited quantities available, older vintages possible.


Founded at the beginning of 1900, The House Charles Ellner, is managed today by the 3rd generation whereas the 4th has already taken a very active part in it since several years. The family moved forward very fast and developed the company in a significant way, but was always very concerned about preserving the same family identity and know-how. For memory, at the beginning of the last century, Charles Emile Ellner founded the house. He was then assisted by is only son Pierre, with whom the adventure started. Pierre transmitted to his sons his passion for the vineyard and for wine. Michel more involved in the vineyard was very often standing by his father’s side building together today’s properties. He was followed by his two sons, Arnaud, the actual cellars master and Frederic, director of the vineyard. Jean-Pierre is now the President of the company. The vineyard covers a total surface of 50 hectares spread over 15 different locations providing us with a wide variety of grapes. The diversity, the richness; the smoothness of our cuvees, attest of our will to bring our Champagne to the top of the quality scale. The fidelity and confidence our customers grant us with , testify of the steadiness and the constancy of our champagne through out the years. Always in search of new opportunities, our company succeeded in developing its export markets representing today nearly 60 % of its sales. Here is a great Champagne Séduction Millésime 2006, 75 % Chardonnay, partially aged in old oak barrels, 25 % Pinot noir, dosage 6 g/l, where find themselves flowers and dried fruits, balanced well and harmonious, dense, of powerful mouth, in the subtle notes of citrus fruits, narcissus and toast, a distinguished, ample champagne, to plan on a sea bream in chanterelles or quenelles of poultry in spinach, in particular. The 2005, 69 % Chardonnay (Avize, Tauxières and Epernay) partially aged in old oak barrels, 31 % Pinot noir (Rilly, Epernay and Sermiers), dosage 6 g/l, very specific in this powerful vintage wine, a vintage of fresh and fruity exception, with a light foam and perfumed, delicate aromas with nuances of pink, broom and almond. Excellent brut Premier Cru (always majority Chardonnay), which develops a nose of fresh hazelnut, good mouth, involving distinction and curvature, a vinous champagne but at the same time everything in delicacy, a rich and perfumed, in the notes of soaked fruits. There is also this Champagne Prestige Millésime 2006 (72 % of Chardonnay selected on the vineyards of Moussy, Tauxières and Avize, 28 % of Pinot noir resulting from Epernay and from Moussy, dosage 8 g/l). No malolactic fermentation. A great wine of pale golden robe, in the green reflections, the vintage offering a fine and persistent bubble, which presents a beautiful complexity mixing the notes of white flowers and lemon to finish on subtle flavors of sweet almond due to a long ageing in cellar. A nervous champagne, which reveals one finale delicate smooth and silky. The 2005, 65 % Chardonnay (Avize, Chouilly and Tauxières), 35 % Pinot noir (Rilly-la-Montagne, Sermiers and Epernay), dosage 8 g/l, very attractive, in the aromas of pear and grilled hazelnut, light yellow robe in the golden reflections, a powerful and elegant wine at the same time, everything mouth, everything in finale.


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