Using the strap line “Une Maison de Tradition”, Christophe offers a range of contemporary and innovative wines in collaboration with various local artists. The artists have created works that symbolise each of the wines, using the consistent motif of the 'Maison' or house. Each art work or label reflects something specific to each of the wines.
  • VIRÉ CLESSÉ

    Latest Cru Maconnais in February 1999, Viré Clessé is made exclusively of Chardonnay on a limestone-dominated soil.
    Dry white wine, nervous with bright shades of dark green, light green to yellow colours on the label evoke the various flavors of cut grass, fern, pepper, and acacia flower, orange blossom, fresh apple and a touch of Citrus ...
    Serve at 11-12 °, the perfect accompaniment to shellfish, seafood casseroles, fish dishes or white meats.
  • SAINT VÉRAN

    Or Paille

    Lively, mouth-watering and aromatic, it will develop into an even more delicious wine over the next three to four years.
    Enjoy now at around 13ºC with fine shellfish (especially lobster or kingprawns) or at a later stage with grilled fish or white meats.
    This Pouilly-Fuissé dazzled us with it golden straw hue, then, with eyes shut, lead our imagination to aromas of freshly cut hay. Artists Zak & Landau
  • SAINT-AMOUR

    Les Coeurs De L'Amour

    Its charming name alludes to a wine that's seductive and elegant. It offers scents of kirsch and sweet spices as well as a delicious compote of red berry fruits.
    This sculpture is crafted from plexiglass®, resin and acrylic paint. Like an enchanting messenger it sings the praises of harmony and tenderness. Artists Zak & Landau
  • SAINT-AMOUR

    Les Coeurs De L'Amour

    This delightfully named cru is produced in the most northely part of Beaujolais, in the Saône-et-Loire region. The average yield is 17 500 hectolitres, from an area totalling 310 hectares.Serve at 14ºC with poultry, feathered game or cheeses…
    Like an enchanting messenger it sings the praises of harmony and tenderness. Artists Zak & Landau.
  • SAINT-AMOUR

    Empreinte De D'Amour

    Its charming name alludes to a wine that's seductive and elegant. It offers scents of kirsch and sweet spices as well as a delicious compote of red berry fruits. Serve at 14ºC with poultry, feathered game or cheeses…
    Engraved in the familial heart, the house is imprinted of love. Artist HYPEA
  • RÉGNIÉ

    Fusion De 2 Communes

    Régnié became the most recent addition to the hallowed Crus of Beaujolais in 1988. A supple and charming, red cherry-coloured wine with hints of violet, its aromas are reminiscent of red currants, blackberries and strawberries. This seductive wine can be enjoyed over the next two years with charcuterie, white meats or a variety of cheeses. Serve at a cool 12˚-14˚C whenever the fancy takes you.
    Just as Régnié is the commune of two bell towers, so its wine is the fusion of two terroirs … a wine of body and soul. Artistes Zak & Landau
  • POUILLY VINZELLES

    This noble Cru Mâconnais made of Chardonnay grapes grown on limestone, chalk and siliceous soils.
    Elegant wine with great finesse, the gradients of beige / orange to yellow / gold on the label evoke the exquisite aroma of toasted almonds, brioche, cinnamon, fresh mushrooms, candied chestnut, hazelnut and lemon, vanilla and honey.
    Serve at 13 degrees, it will perfectly match shellfish, local goat cheese, “Poulet de Bresse” and fish cooked with butter. After several years of cellaring, it will enchant your guests and foie gras.
  • POUILLY FUISSÉ

    Fleurs D'Acacia

    With its elegant structure this Poilly-Fuissé has a lovely pale gold hue. A rich and complex nose of apricot, hazelnuts,  butter, honey acaia and freshly-cut hay. Lively, vivacious and aromatic it will continue to develop for 3-4 years if well-cellared.
    In Spring, the distinctive and magnificent Acacia flower exudes a delicate perfume that seems to serve as a wake-up call to nature and to our own senses. Artists Zak & Landau.
  • MÂCON VILLAGES

    Les 43 Villages

    43 communes have the right to produce Mâcon Villages. Brilliant pale yellow with all the fine and complex aromas of Chardonnay on the nose. Rounded, powerful and well balanced in the mouth it exhibits a subtle mix of dried fruit and pears with a hint of marsh mallow. Drink lightly chilled 10º to 12ºC with seafood, poultry in creamy sauces or even as an aperitif.
    A vibrant, colourful patchwork of 43 communes makes up the Mâcon Villages appellation. The label artwork combines traditional drawing with computerized graphic design. » Artists Zak & Landau.
  • MORGON

    Les Ceps Dans Le Schiste Rouge

    Generous, fruity wine with a deep garnet colour, attractive aromas of spice, cassis and raspberries with complex cherry, kirsch and apricot flavours.
    Full and supple, it's qualities are already apparent and will continue to evolve for 2-3 years. Serve at 13ºC with red meats or game.
    The arrangement of vines, in the artwork, relates back to the earthy red granite soils of Morgon.  Sculpture: Created from vines and coloured lighting » Artists Zak & Landau.
  • MORGON

    Épices & Cannelle

    Generous, fruity wine with a deep garnet colour, attractive aromas of spice, cassis and raspberries with complex cherry, kirsch and apricot flavours.Full and supple, it's qualities are already apparent and will continue to evolve for 2-3 years. Serve at 13ºC with red meats or game.
    A House made of cinnamon and spices that meminds the varied and subtle typical flavours of the Cru Beaujolais Morgon Cru.
    Roof and structure of cinnamon, various spices powder facades. Artist Hypea.
  • MOULIN À VENT

    This top-class wine takes its name from an old windmill where the local inhabitants used to come to grind their wheat.
    The soil is ideally suited to growing vines. It has little depth, and is made up of a pink-coloured, crumbly granite. A few seams of manganese make their contribution to the full-bodied wines that come from this soil.Serve at 14ºC with red meats, game and strong cheeses.
    This sculpture is made using paper, glue, paint. To the rhythm of the seasons, in this dreamy landscape, flavours are formed for our future pleasure. » Artists Zak & Landau.
  • MOULIN À VENT

    Monument Historique

    Noble and generous, this wine offers floral and fruity aromas of violets and cherries. With a few years in bottle it will develop a complex bouquet of irises, spices, ripe fruits, truffles and musk. Serve at 14ºC with red metas, game and strong cheeses. Artist Clo Landau.
  • JULIÉNAS

    Jules César

    As the name suggests, the imperial Cru of Juliénas is indeed linked to Julius Cesar himself. Endowed with a firm tannic structure, complex, aromatic palate of raspberries, wild strawberries and mineral notes, this is a most harmonious wine. Serve at 13ºC with coq au vin, feathered game or rich poultry dishes.
    Juliénas resonates with the memory of Cesar's exploits. A golden sculpture crowned in laurel leaves. Artistes Zak & Landau.
  • FLEURIE

    Glycine & Lilas

    It's as if this wine has inherited the scent of the region's Spring flowers. You will be seduced by its velvet texture, its elegance, its fruit and floral aromas - lilac, iris, violet, wisteria, blackcurrant and red berry fruits abound.
    Serve at 13ºC with casseroles, poultry and white meats.
    Symbolized by a sculpture of wisteria and lilac flowers, this Fleurie evokes the exquisite perfume of the flowers which pervades our homes in Spring. Artists Zak & Landau.
  • FLEURIE

    Fleurs Du Printemps

    This garnet-coloured wine is highly feminine in style and produced from vines which grow under the watchful eye of the Virgin of Fleurie, whose statue is perched at the top of the hillside. This wine has inherited the scent of the region's Spring flowers. You will be seduced by its velvet texture, its elegance, its fruit and floral aromas - lilac, iris, violet, wisteria, blackcurrant and red berry fruits. Serve at 13ºC with casseroles, poultry and white meats. Symbolized by a sculpture of wisteria and lilac flowers, this Fleurie evokes the exquisite perfume of the flowers which pervades our homes in Spring. Artist Clo Landau.
  • CHÉNAS

    Les Chênes

    Charlemagne allegedly first ordered their felling while Philippe V ‘Le Long’ is said to have had land cleared for the planting of vines in 1316.Ruby red tinged with garnet and offering intensely fresh aromas of red fruits and spices. Enjoy this structured wine at any time over the next three years. Serve between 13˚C and 15˚C with meat in sauces, small game or strong cheeses.
    For the ancestral oaks that once covered the hillsides, the hand of man has substituted the vine. Today their roots draw vigour from this soil impregnated with power. Zak & Landau
  • CHIROUBLES

    La Pivoine

    With very little tannin, Chiroubles is both supple and elegant. It has a ruby red colour with amber tinges. The aromas are particularly fresh and intense. With hints of red fruits and spices and a sumptuous complexity, it recalls the scent of the peony flower. You can start to enjoy this generous, hedonistic wine right away and over the next three years. Serve between 13˚ and 15˚C at any time with a range of foods from starters (especially charcuterie) to poultry and white meat dishes.
    The magnificent peony exudes from its petals, like a spindrift, the delicate perfume of Spring. Artists Zak & Landau.
  • CÔTEAUX DU LYONNAIS

    Guignol En Son Théâtre

    This delightfully smooth, cherry coloured wine made of Gamay like Beaujolais has aromas of red berry fruits and flowers. Serve at 11ºC whenever the fancy takes you - it is, after all, the wine of friendship and conviviality. Guignol, emblem of Lyon and Beaujolais, looks out from his little theatre reminding us of the convivial tradition of enjoying his wine in good company.
    Sculpture of wood, metal, cloth and acrylic paint. Artists Zak & Landau.
  • CÔTE DE BROUILLY

    Les Granits Bleus

    Elegant, full-bodied and well balanced, the wine shows aromas of black fruits and liquorice with a subtle hint of minerality.Serve at 13ºc with cold cuts, rabbit casserole or flavoursome cheeses.
    This sculpture's made from the pink and blue granite from the Mont de Brouilly. The stone house pays hommage to the vigneron. In harmony with the elements he leaves an indelible stamp on the wine - balance, elegance and character. Artists Zak & Landau.
  • BEAUJOLAIS VILLAGE

    Les 38 Villages

    38 communes have the right to produce this light and fruity wine. Famous over the world for supple, fruity reds from the GAMAY grape, this selection comes from some of the region's finest vineyards. A rich ruby red with classic aromas of ripe red fruits - raspberry, wild strawberries - plus a hint of blackcurrant and mineral complexity. Fleshy and rounded with gentle tannins, it's best enjoyed at 11-12º with charcuterie, poultry and cheeses.
    A vibrant, colourful patchwork of 38 communes makes up the Beaujolais Villages appellation. The label artwork combines traditional drawing with computerized graphic design. » Artists Zak & Landau
  • BROUILLY

    Les Granits Roses

    Blue and pink granite are typical features of the Brouilly landscape and a determining element in the style of this wine.  Smooth and round in the mouth it has subtle notes of red berry fruits.
    Serve at 13ºC with red meats and feathered game.
    This sculpture's made from the pink granite and blue rock of the Mont de Brouilly which tell of the rich geological history of the region. Like a collection of souvenirs they remind us of the subtle and refine pleasures of Brouilly wine.
  • BROUILLY

    Fruité Minéral

    The blue and pink granite outcrops of the Brouilly region bring an unique minerality to the soil. The wine reflects its idyllic terroir with delicate red fruit aromas and rounded, supple mouthfeel. Serve at 12ºC with feathered game and red meats.
    A trio of colours: brown for the clay elements of the soil, blue and pink for the granite; which together confer a fruit-rich mineral quality (Fruité Minéral) to the wine. Original artwork by HYPEA
  • BEAUJOLAIS ROSÉ

    Rose D'été

    With its zesty, red berry and citrus characters, it’s the perfect complement to lighter meals and summer barbecues. A delicious, uplifting style to share with friends. Serve chilled.Photograph of a Rose flower from our garden which symbolizes perfectly the spectrum of bright, luminous pinks and the fresh floral perfumes of the wine. The dew on the petals suggests aromatic freshness and encourages to taste it fresh.
  • BEAUJOLAIS ROSÉ

    Maison Rose

    This excellent rosé is made from the juice of Beaujolais’ Gamay grape, fermented at low temperature to retain maximum fruit and freshness. With its zesty, red berry and citrus characters, it’s the perfect complement to lighter meals and summer barbecues. A delicious, uplifting style to share with friends. Serve chilled.
    I chose a spectrum of bright, luminous pinks to illustrate the freshness of a rosé. The graduated colours represent the wine’s diversity of aromas. Marie Pellaton.
  • BOURGOGNE ROUGE

    Tuiles Vernissées

    Burgundy's coloured rooftops are emblematic of the region. Decorating important buildings with glossy tiles is a tradition originally imported from the far east and in Burgundy it has become a symbol of grandeur and elegance.
    The sculpture depicted on the label was created by renowned local artist Claudine Landau to represent this defining feature of the Burgundian landscape.
  • BOURGOGNE BLANC

    Tuiles Vernissées

    Burgundy's coloured rooftops are emblematic of the region. Decorating important buildings with glossy tiles is a tradition originally imported from the far east and in Burgundy it has become a symbol of grandeur and elegance. The sculpture depicted on the label was created by renowned local artist Claudine Landau to represent this defining feature of the Burgundian landscape.
  • BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU

    Authentic Beaujolais Nouveau crafted with contemporary flair. Designed by artists Zak & Landau, the label’s multitude of colours, berry fruits and flowers reflects the rich and varied subtleties of the wine within.
  • BOURGOGNE ALIGOTÉ

    Fine, elegant and well balanced; this wine shows distinct floral and citrus aromas (lemons and grapefruit ...) with zesty freshness.
    Drink lightly chilled, 10-12ºC with seafood, fish, poultry in creamy sauces or even on its own as an aperitif.
    This sculpture has been created using broom and citrus blossom which represent a sun-drenched landscape - the essential starting point for a wine of charm and elegance. Artists Zak & Landau.
  • BEAUJOLAIS

    Vendanges 1914

    Photo of the harvest in 1914 at the COQUARD / DEBILLY family in Theizé.
    With this Beaujolais, I want to honor my ancestors who cultivated the love of the vine and wine before us.
    This Beaujolais selection combines subtly with silky tannins and elegant fruitiness of the Gamay grapes.
  • BEAUJOLAIS

    Terra Vitis

    Created in the Beaujolais region in 1998 by vinegrower winemakers who were determined to highlight their vinegrowing techniques, their experience and their commitment to respect for the environment, Terra Vitis has become the national emblem of eco-friendly viticultural production. Terra Vitis sets out a very strict set of requirements, is vinegrowing that respects the environment, based on the well-thought-out use of plant health products and full "tracability" of the resulting wine. So you can enjoy this Beaujolais Terra Vitis with your eyes closed!
  • BEAUJOLAIS

    Pierres Dorées

    The Southern Beaujolais is a region strewn with these golden stones, the Pierres Dorees, which are coloured by iron oxide. This makes the soil very beneficial to the Gamay grape. It was my dream to make a wine from grapes grown on this land of gold, where the enclosed valleys, clean air and light reflecting off the rock create an enchanting atmosphere. It brings a distinctive fruitiness and perfume to the aroma and a fleshy, supple palate. Drink this...whenever and wherever...with food or without...and dream of my Land of Gold.