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Vineyard report / July 2017

July has been quite hot with temperatures rising up to about 35°C and with a few days that they were a little bit cooler at only 20°C to 25°C. Read more…

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Guillaume-Crozet

Portrait of winemakers #11

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My name is Guillaume Crozet. I’m 37 years old, married, with two children. I’ve been a winemaker since 2000. I live and work in Quincié-en-Beaujolais, where I run a 3-hectare vineyard producing the Beaujolais-Villages appellation. I also have a 3-hectare vineyard in Saint Lager producing Côtes-de-Brouilly. Read more…

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duchampt

Portrait of winemakers #10

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Georges Duchampt, winemaker since 1977, married with two children. I started work at the Quincé cellar cooperative. Then I started producing wine from some of my own grapes, keeping the rest of the harvest for the Quincé cellar. I like the sense of community and mutual support it brings. As a winemaker, your ultimate goal is to produce your own wine and sell it under your own name. I retired in 2010, but I still manage a few vines and I enjoy taking part in events run by the Quincé cellar. I like meeting customers and talking about my passion. Read more…

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dubost

Portrait of winemakers #9

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Michel Dubost, member of a winemakers’ cooperative. Chair of the Quincié section and vice-chair of the Agamy board. I run a vineyard of 8 hectares. I’m married with three children – a 23-year-old daughter and 15-year-old twins (one boy and one girl). Read more…

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Portrait of winemakers #8

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Mathieu Subrin, 35, winemaker in Sarcey. I’ve been married for five years and I have a three-year-old son. I run a 12-hectare vineyard in Beaujolais. I’m chair of the local farm machinery cooperative (CUMA) in Sarcey and I’m a director of Agamy. Read more…

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