The “Vins De France”

Wines without geographical indication with or without VARIETIES and/or VINTAGES

The quality of the wines comes from the variety of terroirs, climates and grape varieties. The first part of our job consists of selecting them for you. Passionate and experienced, we get our supplies from winegrowers, cooperatives and merchants from all the french terroirs in traditional or organic vinification or with HVE mention.

We can offer you unique cuvées made at the specific request of each customer with full traceability of the wine


The « vins de France » with VARIETIES (with or without vintage)

White wines

  • Vin de France Chardonnay
  • Vin de France Viognier
  • Vin de France Muscat
  • Vin de France Sauvignon

Red and rosé wines :

  • Vin de France Pinot Noir
  • Vin de France Gamay
  • Vin de France Merlot
  • Vin de France Syrah
  • Vin de France Grenache

The "vins de France"(with or without vintage)

We can make the blends you want to obtain wines with a specific alcoholic degree (11, 12, 13, 14% vol), a defined organoleptic quality (fruity, evolved, woody, round, vivid, etc.)

We are able to ensure continuity of selected cuvées in Wine without geographical indication : analytical and organoleptic consistency.

Wine without geographical indication or « vin de France » : the word “France” being in itself a geographical indication, it is necessary to understand by “wine without geographical indication”: wine without geographical indication more precise than the country of production, as opposed to wines under PDO and wines under IGP. This name has replaced the category of table wines since August 1, 2009. The Vins de France offer great freedom in their production. They can thus be assembled from grapes of different origins, regions or vintages. If the vintage is indicated on the label, 85% of the grapes must have been harvested during the year in question, the same for the varieties mentioned. They also offer the consumer the assurance of finding a wine with a consistent taste (branded wine). Vins de France is doing well thanks to the creation, in 2009, of the Vin de France sub-segment with mention of grape variety and vintage