THE WINE GALLERY & AZZIZ
Cheval Quancard

Cheval Quancard offers its customers a wide range of products: varietal wines, exclusive château-bottled wines, wines from family estates, grands crus classés, and represents the Bordeaux region with its numerous appellations from Saint-Emilion to Margaux, not forgetting the wines from the Côtes. The firm makes a point of enhancing the richness, the diversity and the distinction of Bordeaux wines.

Winesoul

Winesoul is following the Export market for a group of wineries that do not have an Export Dept The choice of the wineries was the most important thing, we focus our attention on high quality wines so before getting a winery in our portfolio, we checks the quality of wines with the mentality and availability of the people, as these are the two most important characteristics in order to give a careful service to the customers.

Barriere Freres

Created in 1932, Barriere Freres belongs to the Grands Millesimes de France holding company since 1989. The group owns some prestigious Chateaux such as: Chateau Beychevelle, Chateau Lagrange and Chateau Beaumont.

Ogier

Since its adherence to the AdVini, the Ogier house has become an essential part of this mythical vineyard. It has become a dedicated place for wine, that is based on traditional noble and ancestral methods.

Jaffelin

The smallest of the Great houses of Burgundy is one of the rare to still vinify in the heart of Beaune and in oval wooden vats; which are ideal for red wines; as they offer a good inertia of temperature and alcoholic fermentation. Modernity or revisited traditions, the Jaffelin house presses its grapes in a small vertical wine press; a rare technique that preserves tradition of the 8th century.

La Compagnie des Vins d’Autrefois

La Compagnie des Vins d’Autrefois possess a large choice of wine that it picks rigorously between regional appellations, villages, 1st Cru and grands crus which allow to represent the Burgundy wines at their best.

Bordeaux Tradition

In relation with Brdeaux regions vineyard since two centuries, the origin of Bordeau Tradition relies on the wiling of a family to propose to their professional clients the fruit of their passion and experience in the wine sector.

Domaine de la Rouillere

Domaine de la Rouillere a typical bastide nestled in the heart of the 40 hectares of estate vineyards, located only a few minutes away from the festive atmosphere of Saint Tropez. Benefiting from an exceptional climate throughout the year, the vineyards are divided into several parcels corresponding to eight varietals of grapes. Traditional winemaking technics have been fused with innovative viticulture and wine making practices to produce light balanced yet savory wines, popular among the most demanding of wine connoisseurs.

Duclot

Founded in 1886, Duclot is one of the major wine players of Bordeaux, Today, the company is divided into three distinct entities :Duclot export (that is present in more than 80 countries), Duclot La Vinicole for the restoration sector, DUclot Paris for the important clients in France and Switzerland.

Gitton

Gitton’s vineyard covers 37 hectares that are distributed over the best soils f Sancerre, Pouilly and Cote de Gien’ each giving birth to remarquable wines.

Willm

Located in the Barr region, at the North of the Alsace region; Willm wines are vinified with extreme care using a traditional method. Willm vinifies great dry white wines.

Billecart Salmon

The Billecart Salmon house carefully nurtures the 50 hectare domain, sourcing its grapes from a total surface area of 170 hectares. Most grapes come from within a 20Km radius around Epernay home of the greatest vintages of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. From these grapes are produced a wine of outstanding complexity and astonishing freshness.

Boutinot

Our wine making team work tirelessly across both hemispheres to create wines at our own wineries around the world, as they have done for 30 years.We make wine in France, Italy and Spain and have a site in South Africa. In addition, we create quality wines in partnership with growers in Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and Chile.

Biac

Situated on south-by-southwest-facing slopes on a limestone plateau near Bordeaux overlooking the Garonne River, the Château Biac terroir reflects centuries of geological movements which have left embedded in its hills a legacy of unique soil variety: gravel, silt, clay, limestone and sand, all on only 9 hectares. Such complexity of soil composition allows for the planting in ideal conditions of all the well-known Bordeaux grape varietals and the production of fine, elegant and opulent wines which are overseen by Patrick Leon, ex-technical director at Mouton Rotschild. Steven Spurrier wrote of Chateau Biac in the December 2012 Decanter Issue saying, the château produces "stunning wines at moderate prices and epitomises the Bordeaux of today."