Enotria&Coe boosts French offering with addition of four new producers

Jacopo Mazzeo

Jacopo Mazzeo

18 April 2019

Wine merchant Enotria&Coe has increased its French offering with the addition of four new agencies to its portfolio.

The new agencies are Lucien Lurton from BordeauxGeorges Vigouroux from Cahors; and Domaine Cazes and Vignobles Jean Jean from Languedoc-Roussillon.

‘The addition of such esteemed producers within the wine world has elevated our offering to the next level for our customers. It hits all points across price, accessibility and exceptional quality,’ commented Rebecca Gergely, French wine buyer for Enotria&Coe.

Enotria&Coe will have the exclusive rights to the UK distribution of Lucien Lurton’s second labels, including those from Château Climens, Durfort-Vivens and Bouscaut.

Another new addition, the Cahors-based Vigouroux family, is now in its fourth generation of winemaking. They have been focusing on Malbec since 1887 and now produce a wide range of reds, as well as two Chenin Blanc expressions, one dry and one sweet. 

Languedoc-Roussillon’s Domaine Cazes is Europe’s largest organic and biodynamic wine estate; its portfolio ranges from white to red and rosé, and from bone dry to sweet. Rounding out Enotria's new offerings, Vignobles Jean Jean is a family-run business that manages seven different properties across the whole length of the Languedoc.

The wines are now available to the UK on-trade. For further information contact Valerie Lewis at v.lewis@enotriacoe.com.

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