Another six from the dozens. The desire to make wine transcends the ages and ours is well endowed.
From every corner of France, new estates are emerging, led by demanding entrepreneurs. Whether they are 25 or 50 years old, only one thing matters: making the best wine. There will be more in the next issues. Yes, it is also a call for applications.
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“We wanted to acquire beautiful terroirs which we would be proud of.”
At the beginning, wine was his business, Dominique Génot, who studied at the ENITA in Bordeaux and passed his DNO in Dijon. He was 26 years old, and Solenn 22, when he took her to Tuscany to work at the Caiarossa estate of Dutchman Eric Albada Jelgersma. She says: “We were supposed to leave for two or three years. We stayed there for more than ten. At first I was a teacher, then I worked with Dominique in the vineyard and the cellar. I also got my sommelier diploma. Little by little, our desire to create our own estate grew.