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Throughout France, many children of well-known winegrowers take over the family business or create their own estate. But in the Beaujolais, this passage between generations takes on a special dimension: Marcel Lapierre's band could not produce ordinary successors... They are both heirs and disciples of their parents.
Le Rouge et Le Blanc went to meet this new generation: Carine Joubert, Justin Dutraive, Alex Foillard, Jeanne Chanudet, Kewin Descombes, Charly Thévenet, Emmanuelle and Louis-Benoît Desvignes, Ophélie Dutraive, Camille and Mathieu Lapierre and Damien Coquelet.
Meet Claude, Lydia and Emmanuel Bourguignon
Claude and Lydia Bourguignon are known as the "soil healers" because for 30 years they have analysed soils all over the world in order to improve the quality and typicity of wines and agricultural products. They have thus helped dozens of great wine estates to give life back to their soils.
Cornalin and Humagne Rouge: two Swiss grape varieties to discover
Late and delicate to work, Cornalin and Humagne rouge, emblems of the indigenous grape varieties of the Valais alongside Petite Arvine, Rèze and Amigne in white, came close to extinction in the 1960s. However, since the end of the 20th century, they have embodied the viticultural revival in Valais, positioning Valais wines as one of the spearheads of Swiss viticulture.