Brands

  • Abatilles (Source Sainte Anne des)

    Abatilles (Source Sainte Anne des)

    In the heart of the Southwest, in the Arcachon Basin - a beautiful ocean sea, sand and pine - what drawn from 472 meters every day for nearly a century, the natural mineral water Abatilles.

  • Abbaye d'Affligem

    Abbaye d'Affligem

    The Abbey of Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul Affligem, Affligem located on the border of Flemish Brabant and East Flanders (Belgium), is a former Benedictine monastery. Founded June 28, 1062, he had a great importance in the Duchy of Brabant. Abolished in 1796, the abbey revived in 1870 with the arrival of a new monastic community: it now has twenty monks.

  • Angelus (Château)

    Angelus (Château)

    Less than a kilometer from the famous bell tower of Saint-Emilion, on the famous "walk side" facing south, Château Angelus is the work of a written passion for 8 generations by the family Boüard De Laforest. The property takes its name from a piece of very old vines in the heart which winemakers could hear ringing the Angelus simultaneously by the three churches in the country.

  • Arnoux et Fils - Vieux Clocher

    Arnoux et Fils - Vieux Clocher

    Located at the foot of the majestic Dentelles, the picturesque village of Vacqueyras is a terroir where sexpriment harmoniously southern Grenache varietals, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cinsault, Grenache Blanc, Clairette and whose wines have been elevated to the prestigious rank of Cru Cotes du Rhone, through a qualitative approach driven since the vineyard in the fifteenth century.

  • Audary - Castelnaudary

    Audary - Castelnaudary

    Find the flavor of the food of yesteryear and share real gourmet moments with family or friends.

  • Barons de Rothschild - Lafite (Domaines)

    Barons de Rothschild - Lafite (Domaines)

    The Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) have registered their development in excellence trades of the vine and wine. The Château Lafite Rothschild is causing the Group DBR (Lafite). It was the first Château acquired by the Rothschild family in 1868 and inspires and guides the viticultural practices different areas: the know-how and tradition perpetuated for five generations by the Rothschilds are applied to all properties with the objective of produce quality wines of great finesse and elegance, in the "Lafite Spirit".

  • Bastide - Rougepeyre (Château La)

    Bastide - Rougepeyre (Château La)

    Located on the southern slope of Black Mountain in Pennautier near Carcassonne, Château La Bastide Rougepeyre is an ancient fortified farm dependent medieval castles Lastours refuge of the Cathars in the 13th century. The same family has been growing the vines of Chateau for nine generations.

  • beau-séjour bécot (Château)

    beau-séjour bécot (Château)

    With this Saint-Emilion Grand Cru ranked 1st B, we are in the aristocracy of the vine. It is produced by the Bécot family from 16 acres of chalky clay soil Stampian. 3 varieties are precisely assembled in this bottle: Merlot 70%, Cabernet Franc 24% and 6% Cabernet Sauvignon.

  • Bigallet

    Bigallet

    The company manufactures Bigallet since 1872 syrups and alcoholic specialties.
    Having acquired over the years know-how of liqueur distiller, it offers a wide assortment of syrups, aperitifs, liqueurs and creams for the needs of professional caterers and takeaways.

  • Brasseries Kronenbourg, groupe Carlsberg

    Brasseries Kronenbourg, groupe Carlsberg

    Largest brewer in France.
    Brewer in Alsace since 1664 and today French subsidiary of the Carlsberg Group, Brasseries Kronenbourg is the largest brewer in France.

  • Brumont (Domaine)

    Brumont (Domaine)

    The wines of a dream "Alain Brumont has one ambition: that his every move winemaker end up in the wine glass tireless discoverer of land Gascon, director of local grapes, loving gardener his vineyard. conduct proper, respectful winemaker origins, he is the leader of the South West wine, whether in Madiran and Parenchec Names Vic Bihl or Côtes de Gascogne. Ambition fulfilled, Bouscassé Montus and Torus have become icons the world of great wines, each vintage is a reflection of his dreams. "Pierre Casamayor

  • Buzet (Vignerons de)

    Buzet (Vignerons de)

    Buzet is the union of men and women who have decided to forge together their own destiny and to give a strong identity to their land and its wine. In 1953, they decided to create a cooperative "Les Vignerons de Buzet."

  • Cacolac

    Cacolac

    Cacolac is a milk chocolate drink created in 1954 by Lanneluc Lauseig and families in Bordeaux, France.
    It is available in 70% of pubs, hotels and restaurants (source Cacolac), then in 1978 in food stores as a glass bottle or can.

  • Caude (Domaine de)

    Caude (Domaine de)

    Perched on the heights of the Gers Montreal, Domaine de Caude overlooking a vineyard operated by Bedouret family for several generations. A rich field of grape varieties that offer Lydie and Jerome Bedouret heirs of heritage expertise, fun to create wines in harmony with all your moments of pleasure ...

  • Chablisienne (Cave La)

    Chablisienne (Cave La)

    Since 1923 at Chablis in Burgundy, the meticulous winegrowers working together under létendard La Chablisienne gives birth to wines that time whose magnificence. From dune mosaic of climates, they reveal a truly mineral emotions

  • Chassagne Montrachet (Château de), Bader Mimeur

    Chassagne Montrachet (Château de), Bader Mimeur

    La famille Bader-Mimeur possède et exploite aujourd'hui 98 % des vignes du Domaine du Château de Chassagne-Montrachet acquis en 1919 ainsi que d'autres vignes sur les communes de Chassagne-Montrachet et de Saint-Aubin.

    Bader-Mimeur possède également  une petite activité de négoce (Meursault, Pommard, Chambolle...) pour satisfaire sa clientèle de particuliers.
    Bader-Mimeur,  c'est avant tout la passion du meilleur pour la satisfaction de ses clients, qu'ils soient Japonais, Américains, Chinois ou Européens...
     
    Concrètement, cela passe par des vignes surveillées de près, conduites en mode de culture raisonnée de manière à minimiser l'utilisation de produits de traitement, une fermentation naturelle et un élevage en fûts de chêne.

  • Coca-Cola Company (The)

    Coca-Cola Company (The)

    Coca-Cola, officially named The Coca-Cola Company, is an American company specializing in soft drinks. This is one of the largest American companies whose reputation and popularity is worldwide. She is best known for its flagship product Coca-Cola. Since the end of World War II, the original drink is in the collective imagination, a symbol of Americanism.

  • Danone

    Danone

    Danone is a French company. Danone is the world's second volume of bottled water.

  • Doulce France

    Doulce France

    Between Mistral, the Provencal sun and holiday route factory Doulce France bakes Nougat from Montelimar craft for three generations. It is made according to traditional methods are baked in copper pot with all the knowledge and love of a craftsman for his job ...

  • Drouet Frères (Vins)
  • Ducru Beaucaillou (Château)

    Ducru Beaucaillou (Château)

    Château Ducru-Beaucaillou is so named because of the beautiful (and large) stones characteristics of its unique wine-growing terroir. This exceptional ecosystem produces fine wines, elegant, tasty, with a long finish; in short, archetypal wines of Saint-Julien.

  • Eckes Granini

    Eckes Granini

    Eckes Granini is a German company specializing in the manufacture and distribution of juices. In France, it has the Joker marks Rea and international brand Granini.

  • Eglise Clinet (Château L')

    Eglise Clinet (Château L')

    In 1882, the great-great grandfather Denis Durantou current owner and manager of the site, created the castle church-Clinet by assembling several small parcels of Clos de church and the realm of the Clinet Durantou family operated for more than a century.

  • Fabre (Domaine)
  • Foncalieu (Vignobles)

    Foncalieu (Vignobles)

    Les Vignobles Foncalieu ne ressemblent à aucune autre coopérative. Vineyards Foncalieu unlike any other cooperative. Found within its technical teams of international talent who delight in this mosaic of terroirs. It is no coincidence that the 1,200 wineries owners have adopted a high-end strategy. To achieve the qualitative excellence, they feature advanced tools.

  • France (Château de)

    France (Château de)

    Near Bordeaux, Chateau de France, owned by the Thomassin family produces red and white wines in the heart of the Pessac-Léognan.

  • Gabriel Meffre (Maison)

    Gabriel Meffre (Maison)

    The history of the House Gabriel Meffre begins in 1936, when Gabriel and his wife, wine enthusiasts, create their business "merchant-winemaker" in Gigondas.
    Nearly 80 years later, the family business was structured, developed and is now a must-House of the southern Rhône Valley, the dual expertise of merchant-Bred & Producer, recognized for the quality of its wines.

  • Grand Pré (Domaine)
  • Granins Grand Poujeaux (Château)

    Granins Grand Poujeaux (Château)

    The Castle GRANINS GRAND POUJEAUX is believed familiale.Ce operation was created by Edouard BATAILLEY in 1930 At that time it was called Castle PEYRODON. The acquisition expanded by the vineyards of Château GRANINS in 1954, Cru Bourgeois in 1932, when he took the name of GRANINS TOUR.

  • Guiraud (Château)

    Guiraud (Château)

    The strength of Guiraud holds, among others, the membership of his men to this land for nearly 20 years on average. Wine is like the men do; evolution is slow but sure. Thus, producing a great wine is the result of a long and continuing process. These are the men of the time who make the best wines because it is often necessary to a man's life to get to know a land with its particularities.

  • Haut-Brion (Château)

    Haut-Brion (Château)

    Ancestor of the great wines, legendary vintage, Haut-Brion was born in 1525 when Jean de Pontac, Officer in Parliament of Bordeaux, Haut-Brion acquired the land by marriage and built there in 1550, building up the wing north of the present castle. Jean de Pontac and his descendants, Arnaud II Arnaud III de Pontac, managed by their patient efforts and research to produce a new type of wine that experienced in England, under the name of "New French Claret" a great success. There are traces of this wine at the court of King Charles II in 1660 and 1661.

  • Hauterive (Château)

    Hauterive (Château)

    The Filhol family based in Vire-sur-Lot for 5 generations has always cultivated the vine and took advantage of the expansion of Cahors wines to form the Castle Hauterive. The name comes from Highbank Top Shore where the property is located.

  • Heineken France

    Heineken France

    HEINEKEN France is primarily a French brewer and distributor.
    HEINEKEN France is a group that is among the first companies present in our country, through its three breweries located in the north of Alsace and the PACA region.

  • Hermitage Lescours (Château L')

    Hermitage Lescours (Château L')

    Chateau L'Hermitage Lescours benefits from the prestigious Saint-Emilion Grand Cru. Coming dun dexception vineyard, owned the castle LHermitage Lescours stretches on the slopes of Saint Emilion, owned for several years to 6 sports high-level which includes Pelous, all combined to magnify this region and promote this rare of a modern wine balance.

  • InBev

    InBev

    InBev is a subsidiary of Belgian-Brazilian brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev. The head office is located in Leuven (Belgium), the same location as that of Interbrew. American operating headquarters in São Paulo, Brazil. It is the largest brewer in the world

  • Isap France

    Isap France

    Specialist disposable tableware, hospitality and decorating the table with more than 1,200 references

  • Joliet (Château)

    Joliet (Château)

    At present, the 12 hectares of vines, planted in 4500 stem / hectare, are grown in pest management, in order to respect the environment, with a yield control by grassing and hand thinning.
    These vines aged 8-37 years, half of which is planted in Négrette allow to develop our wines Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Fronton and our wine Protected Geographical Indication (PGI).

  • Joÿ (Domaine de)

    Joÿ (Domaine de)

    Vignerons, we are proud to offer products of artisans, with a real structure, matter and aromatic complexity. But our wines and armagnacs are above all festive, fruity and easy.

  • Labégorce (Château)

    Labégorce (Château)

    Gorce is a former very common name in Guyenne. A Abbé Gorce probably existed before giving his name instead. Edouard Ferret, in its 1868 edition of its popular guide, mentions the existence of the Noble House of Bégorce, he presents as one of the finest and best located of Margaux.

  • Laurent-Perrier

    Laurent-Perrier

    Style Laurent-Perrier Bernard Nonancourt created the Laurent-Perrier style. He was able to use that traditional uses of Champagne, but also initiate new development technical approaches. He created a unique range of wines, each with its history and style. Laurent-Perrier is recognized for its taste and consistency of its quality, vintage after vintage.

  • Margaux (Château)

    Margaux (Château)

    The first wine of Château Margaux, ranked Premier Cru in 1855, is recognized as one of the greatest wines in the world for several centuries.

  • Marie Demets (Champagne)

    Marie Demets (Champagne)

    Gyé sur Seine charming little village nestled in the valley of the Seine. This is where the Demets-Brément family will be pleased to welcome you. You will discover his craft, its uses and cellars. Similarly, it is in this warm atmosphere that you will taste its best champagnes.

  • Mas Peyre (Domaine)

    Mas Peyre (Domaine)

    Being winemaker Fenolheda is to live with passion is being in love with a beautiful terroir that makes us so well by giving us fabulous wines is to love wine and have the joy of sharing this fun making them discover and enjoy all over France and Europe. Being winemaker, it is a job with many facets: work in the vineyard, winemaking, packaging and marketing, sometimes a tough job and you really have to be passionate to always have the strength to believe.

  • Meyre (Vignobles)
  • Montrose (Château)

    Montrose (Château)

    Since the acquisition of Montrose in 2006, Martin and Olivier Bouygues launched a vast program to renovate the site with environmental objectives. The two brothers have to will to Montrose a model and a showcase of new technologies for sustainable development.

  • Mouton-Rothschild (Château)

    Mouton-Rothschild (Château)

    The wine history of the area dates back to the early eighteenth century. A short time in the hands of Nicolas-Alexandre, Marquis de Segur, it really starts in 1720 when Joseph bought Brane Family de Segur, the Barony of Mouton. It then renames the Brane-Mouton area and works successfully develop the vineyard. The wines of Brane-Mouton acquire a good reputation and that of their price reaches 2nd wines at the end of the century. In 1830, the estate was sold to a Parisian banker Isaac Thuret. Set management, then the area is experiencing a very favorable period. In 1853 it was acquired by Nathaniel de Rothschild, banker from the English branch of the family but moved to Paris in 1850. The estate then resumes its advance but sees his wine ranked second vintage in 1855 when he could have deserved the rank of first.

  • Neptune, filiale du groupe Alma

    Neptune, filiale du groupe Alma


    The Alma Group is a company that sells bottled mineral water. Its subsidiaries Neptune and Compagnie Generale des Eaux source (CGES).

  • Nestlé Waters

    Nestlé Waters

    As a leader in the market for bottled water, the profession of Nestlé Waters France-Belgium is to offer natural mineral water or spring water meets health-hydration consumer expectations and contribute to the ambition of the Nestlé Group to become the leading company in the nutrition, health and well-being.

  • Orangina Schweppes

    Orangina Schweppes

    Orangina Schweppes, Orangina formerly Pampryl, is a French company specializing in the manufacture and distribution of soft drinks. It belongs since 2009 Suntory group.

  • Pape Clément (Château)

    Pape Clément (Château)

    The estate of Château Pape Clément is for the AOC Pessac-Léognan and more generally, to the serious wine-growing area. Based on a soil of exceptional components, the 60 hectares of this vineyard spend the encounter of passion and work. Each plot, each foot, each bay is pampered and converted according to rules worthy of a goldsmith.

  • PepsiCo

    PepsiCo

    PepsiCo is an American multinational company specializing in the food industry. It is particularly known for its drinks, including Pepsi-Cola, and snack products. One of its competitors is the eternal Coca-Cola.

  • Piron (Château)- Domaine Fressineau Frères

    Piron (Château)- Domaine Fressineau Frères

    'My wine, I am proud of, it is the result of an alchemy between the vineyard and the man I am.'

  • Prat-Majou-Gay (Château de)

    Prat-Majou-Gay (Château de)

    The Château Prat-Majou is located in the town of Laure-Minervois, thirty minutes from the city of Carcassonne, on the road of Cathar castles and caves of Limousis and Cabrespine.

  • Prieuré (Domaine du) - Maurice JM

    Prieuré (Domaine du) - Maurice JM

    Following Savigny les Beaune, Maurice family grows grapes.

  • Red Bull

    Red Bull

    Red Bull GmbH is an Austrian company that sells energy drinks Red Bull. Founded in 1984 by Dietrich Mateschitz and Chaleo Yoovidhya, its headquarters are located in Fuschl am See in the state of Salzburg in Austria.

  • Revel  (Domaine de)
  • Romanin (Domaine)

    Romanin (Domaine)

    Domaine ROMANIN climbed slowly marches reputation and is now one of the references of the prestigious appellation Pouilly-Fuissé.

  • Roquebrune (Château de)

    Roquebrune (Château de)

    The CHATEAU de Roquebrune is a family property for over 5 generations, the first plots were bought before 1880.

  • Saint Saturnin (Vins)

    Saint Saturnin (Vins)

    The story tells that in the ninth century that we find the first traces of the village of Saint Saturnin de Lucian. Different cultures made ​​him live as silk, olive tree and vines. Nowadays, it is essentially the wine that has become this deep soil dotted with Mediterranean plants - natural shelter for wildlife which rule the heights Holm oak and pines Salzmann.

  • Sarrat de Goundy (Domaine)

    Sarrat de Goundy (Domaine)

    Established in 2000, Sarrat Goundy is a family adventure. That of Claude and Rosy Calix and that of their son Oliver. The estate is located in the town of Armissan between the city of Narbonne and the Mediterranean coast, in the heart of the beautiful land of Clape.

  • Sermezy (Domaine de) - Patrice Chevrier

    Sermezy (Domaine de) - Patrice Chevrier

    Family farm for generations, Domaine de Sermezy is located in the municipality of Charentay at the foot of the town of Brouilly.

  • Siozard (Vignobles)

    Siozard (Vignobles)

    Our philosophy: respect for the environment and sustainable viticulture. For this, the entire vineyard is grassed to support biological diversity of fauna and flora in a comprehensive approach to pest management. Our vineyard enjoys significant dune leaf area allowing full ripening of the grapes. We limit ourselves to the strictest need The application of pesticides. These are selected based on their compliance with the auxiliary fauna.

  • Tambour (Cave)

    Tambour (Cave)

    It is at the end of France, in the heart of the Earth Catalan, where the Pyrenees flow into the Mediterranean, that nestle PDO Banyuls and Collioure.

  • Terroir de Lagrave

    Terroir de Lagrave

    The three partners wineries grow, harvest and vinified separately and then, depending on needs and demand, together with their wines with a winemaker of departmental lab Gaillac.

  • Terroir des Pyrénées

    Terroir des Pyrénées

    Terroir in Tarbes Pyrénées offers local produce and specialties of the Southwest: canned meats, black pig, Tarbes beans, onions Trébons, cabbage soup, pudding, pie ...

  • Tertre (Château Le)
  • Troplong Mondot (Château)

    Troplong Mondot (Château)

    The 33 hectares of vineyards of the castle Troplong Mondot, a Grand Cru Saint Emilion rated B are almost an anomaly in a name where the average size is less than 10 hectares. They are located on the hill of Mondot which rises to 100 meters on the limestone plateau which surrounds the village as well as the steep hill that goes to the coast of Pavia. In short, the soils of exceptions, as well as presentations drained.

  • Turenne (M. de)

    Turenne (M. de)

    MARGUERITE DE TURENNE INVITES YOU TO THE DISCOVERY OF TASTE.

    Marguerite de Turenne was the last suzerain Bergerac. In his castle on the banks of the Dordogne in 1250 she wrote a legendary first collection of recipes of Périgord terroir. It is now the inspiration of our range of French delicatessen products.

  • Twenty Wine
  • Uby (Domaine)

    Uby (Domaine)

    Coming from a generation of winemakers Switzerland arrived in France in 1920 and a line of winemakers Armagnac, François Morel provides a simple and dynamic growth of the family business for 10 years. He expresses his passion through his wines: wines pleasures quality wines conviviality and sharing the image of Gascony wines and the region.

  • Verdier (Bonbon)

    Verdier (Bonbon)

    A frame solid values ​​of indulgence, a forest of new trends awakens!
    All our boxes and small boxes are made of chocolate candy extras for pure cocoa butter. The constant concern of our master craftsmen chocolatiers in search of creative flavors brings us a unique taste.

  • Vergers d'Escoute (Les)

    Vergers d'Escoute (Les)

    The Escoute Orchards are located in the Lot et Garonne in the heart of Agen Country. On this sunny and fertile land, Vergnes family cultivated for five generations Ente plum. From this tree they harvest the plums after drying become famous Agen prunes.

  • Vincent Girardin (Domaine)

    Vincent Girardin (Domaine)

    AN INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN Montrachet Puligny-HOUSE, POMMARD, MEURSAULT ... Vincent Girardin, the passion of a man born winemaker. The story of Vincent Girardin House is fairly recent. In 1980, at the age of 19 years, Vincent Girardin, from a family of Santenay vineyard since the 17th century, wanted to strike out on his own and started with two acres of vineyards inherited from his parents. From his earliest youth, Vincent has always been interested in the work of the vine to which he has a great respect and wanted this vine produce its own wine. Very quickly, the quality of its wines has been recognized worldwide and allowed it to expand its business by focusing primarily on the great white and red of the Côte de Beaune.

  • Vinovalie
  • Yquem (Château d')

    Yquem (Château d')

    Chateau d'Yquem is a vineyard in the Bordeaux vineyards producing sweet wine of the same name. This is the first top rated only sauternes wine. It is considered the best sweet wine that is. The castle is listed as an historic monument since 2003.