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Coq au Vin represents wine producers who excel in their regions.

Our producers are family domains whose methods respect life and deliver wines of exception. These families, living on their estates, are present every day in their vineyards. They have true stories to tell all wine lovers.

 1.  Champagne Lacourte-Godbillon, Champagne Premier Cru

 2.  Champagne Marie Copinet, Champagne

 3.  Champagne Coessens, Champagne "Monopole"

 4.  Domaine de Noiré, Chinon

 5.  Domaine Masson-Blondelet, Sancerre & Pouilly-Fumé

 6.  Domaine des Pothiers, Côte Roannaise

 7.  Château du Moulin-à-Vent, Moulin-à-Vent

 8.  Domaine Cyril Gautheron, Chablis

 9.  Domaine Sylvie Spielmann, Alsace & Alsace Grand Cru

10. Domaine Leccia, Patrimonio

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Géraldine & Richard own the 8 ha estate in the Montagne de Reims terroirs. This Premier Cru vineyard is planted with 85% Pinot Noir and 15% Chardonnay. It is certified organic with a conversion to biodynamic viticulture. This terroir, of the village of Ecueil, is characterized by a complex sub-soil: deep chalk, "sparnacian" clay, shallow chalk.


Champagne Lacourte-Godbillon are grand: elegant, powerful, dynamic, deep and long.

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Champagne Marie Copinet is a lively wine estate of 9 hectares. The main varietal is Chardonnay. It spreads along the Côte de Sézanne, Côte des Blancs, and Vallée de la Marne. This area is called the “humid Champagne". It is full of trees and swamps, creating a specific climat for the vineyards planted on a wide diversity of soils: chalk, marl, sand, sparnacian clay.


From its mosaic of terroirs, Champagne Marie Copinet handcrafts beautiful micro-cuvées: sharp, straight and pure.


Champagne Coessens is a unique wine estate of 3.36 hectares exclusively planted of Pinot Noir vines. The winegrowers and owners are Jérôme & Valérie Coessens. Jérôme’s family has vineyards in Champagne for five generations, he is part of this young generation who rocks Champagne.

The particularity of Champagne Coessens is its monopoly of terroir, the « Monopole Largillier » which soils are made of clay, kimmeridgian marls, and limestone. Like a wine-surgeon, Jérôme Coessens has split this single vineyard into four climats: “mineral”, “fruit”, “fleur”, “matière”. He respects this unique terroir by working the soils, allowing natural grass, and fostering biodiversity.

Handcrafted with extreme care and precision, the resulting Champagnes and Coteaux Champenois are of the best on Earth.


Domaine de Noiré is one of the most respected family estates in the Loire Valley. The 15 hectares vineyard of Cabernet Franc and Chenin Blanc is certified organic and conducted in biodynamy. The three main terroirs have a soil of clay-silica, pebble, and limestone.

Since 2001, Odile and Jean-Max Manceau are the energetic owners and winegrowers. Jean-Max makes Chinon wines with authenticity, character and depth.


Michelle and Jean-Michel Masson created the Domaine when they got married in 1975, being the sixth generation of wine growers in the family. Today, their children Pierre-François and Mélanie manage the estate.


The 21 ha vineyard is conducted organically and planted on Pouilly-Fumé three greatest soils: Kimmeridgian Marl, Portlandian Limestone, and Flint. The wines stand out by their refinement, freshness and authenticity.


Romain Paire is a fantastic wine grower. He exalts the family estate, old of several centuries and spreading on 25 hectares of vines planted on beautiful slopes situated between 350 and 550 meters of altitude. The vineyard is entirely certified organic and biodynamic (label Biodyvin).


The delicious red wines are made of Gamay Saint-Romain grown on complex granitic soils. The wines are perfectly balanced and full of flavours. Top notch!


Château du Moulin-à-Vent is a 30 ha organic domain, located in the heart of Beaujolais vineyards. Jean-Jacques Parinet and his son Edouard took over in 2009. They fostered a strategy of excellence and a meticulous approach, guided by the very identity of each terroir.


These first class wines have a stunning ageing ability and reflect the wide diversity of the Moulin-à-Vent appellation. Simply gorgeous.


Taken over in 2016 by the Parinet family, Domaine du Roc des Boutires is located in the heart of the Pouilly-Fuissé appellation. The domain is rich in a multitude of single vineyards: 14 terroirs on the domain's 4.2 hectares of vines, all located on Pouilly hillside. The vineyard, planted with 100% Chardonnay, is worked with the greatest respect for nature. The soils are worked, grapes are hand-picked. The winemaking respects the single vineyard approach chosen by winemaker Brice Laffond and the Parinet family.


Domaine Gautheron is located in Fleys, a tiny village surrounded by Chablis eastern hills. It covers 25 hectares of vines under AOP Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru, and Chablis Grand Cru.

This estate is family owned since 1809. Today Cyril Gautheron, supported by his wife Agnès Gleizes, hand-crafts one of the appellation’s finest wines.


Domaine Sylvie Spielmann is an 8 hectares organic certified domain, with biodynamic practices, located in the village of Bergheim in Alsace. Sylvie Spielmann, a woman in tune with her exceptional terroir, made her first vintage in 1988, following the path of her Mother. Sylvie creates superb low intervention fine wines from this special terroir: soils are of clay, marl and limestone; in the former gypsum quarry, it creates a microclimate.


These are first-class naturally-made wines from Alsace, delicious today, with a serious ability to age.

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Domaine Leccia is a family vineyard of 13 hectares. It is located in the heart of the Patrimonio appellation, in Corsica. Since 1900, wine is the essential activity of the Leccia family, now led by Annette Leccia and her nephew Lisandru. The domain is certified organic and soon biodynamic (Biodyvin label). This Corsican terroir runs on hillsides and slopes, whose soils are composed of clays and marly-limestone mollasses.


The wines are a superb expression of the Patrimonio terroir: subtle, harmonious and pure.

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