Passion, Authenticty, Accessibility
Passion : As a group of friends with diverse and complementary backgrounds, we combined our talents to create something unique around a passion we all shared : wine.
Authenticity: To that end, we partnered with more than a dozen independent French craft winemakers who like to add a touch of stylistic flair to the hallmark traits of their terroir by employing environmentally sustainable farming practices.
Accessibility : French wines amaze as much as they puzzle. We created a fun and engaging way to learn about our wine without overloading you with boring or confusing jargon.
Discover our unique wine collection
unified by a single passion
Chassagne-Montrachet is very special to me. It is the first fine wine I actually dared to try. At the first sip I understood that a great wine was just a question of feeling and pleasure. Learning more about wine came afterwards as a way to sharpen this first experience!
I love Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Its spices reminds me my wife. I can feel her smile in the wine spices. I have the feeling I know it by heart, but everytime I drink it, there is a always a new nuance that makes fall in love again.
These luscious drops, dark scarlet in color and lightly salty in taste, are to me the most beautiful reflection of the world and human history. By drawing its energy from the earth’s inner core, the wine seems to remind us the original beauty of the world ; by a mineral texture, its complexity that grows over the years, and the vibrant emotions it diffuses.
Fine wines are to me like great songs. They instantly trigger a fantastic feeling but then require passion and attention to discover all the notes and hues that they have to offer. Our Anjou has this very richness that shows a new subtlety each time you try it.
Dionysus is the God of wine and the religious focus for indulgence and hypnotic celebration. His cult plays an important role in Nietzche's conception of the birth of tragedy, and his potion has aided rituals and philosophical inquiry for millennia. It's about time we all take wine, very good wine, very seriously!
Each wine has its own particularities, its flavors - its taste awakens in us a personal experience, a memory. I am a rather Cartesian person, but when I discovered the experience of enjoying fine wine, I opened myself up to its splendor. It detaches me from Cartesian reasoning for a brief moment. I like to share this discovery with friends.