The GCF Group is at PROWEIN from 19 to 21 March 2017
Prowein brings together over 6,000 exhibitors from over 60 countries making ProWein the largest wines and spirits trade fair in the world.
Come and meet us in Hall 12 Stand E30.
The supreme accolade for our subsidiary La Maison du Vigneron and all the team. Clavelinage 2017 was awarded to three of our Vins Jaunes and an enthusiastic article dedicated to these wines was published in the newspaper Voix du Jura.
Excerpt from La Voix du Jura: "It was time to celebrate all round at...Read more
The sparkling Crémants d'Alsace wines signed Arthur Metz received medals at the Meilleurs Effervescents du Monde Competition 2016 (Best sparkling Wines of the World).Read more
On 12 September last, CEO Joseph Helfrich of Les Grands Chais de France Group signed a preliminary agreement to buy up the Béjot Group whose headquarters are located in Meursault. To go through, the purchase needs the approval of the Commercial Court in Dijon. The purchase should become official in October.
After buying Maison Tresch in 2015 and Maison Paul Sapin in 2016, the Group h...Read more
The Crémant d’Alsace appellation is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
In 1976, the French National Institute for Appellations d’Origine officially stamped the Crémant d’Alsace appellation for this sparkling wine.
It was the third Crémant appellation to be officially approved in France after Burgundy and Loire (both receiving the label in 1975).
At the time,...Read more
A brand new vinification site at Chouppes.
Last week saw the inauguration of the new vinification site of Viti Poitou Prestations.
This new facility will enable the thirty-strong wine-growing community to produce Haut Poitou wines. The investment was achieved thanks to the financial backing of the sole customer, the company Lacheteau, a subsidiary of Les Grands Chais de Franc...Read more
It’s official: the undertaking for the sale of shares was signed on 8 July of this year.
Maison Klipfel in Barr will join the Les Grands Chais de France group through its subsidiary Arthur Metz.
This family-run company was founded by Martin Klipfel in 1824 using 40 ha of vineyards of which 32 ha of their own wine estate, while benefiting from the prestigious terroirs of Clos ...Read more