Want to create your own wine in France?

by Eve Resnick on February 2, 2009

in General

Wine drinkers sometimes dream to make their own wines. But owning a vineyard is a costly and difficult enterprise. That’s why some producers got together to offer the possibility to make wines from several French areas in a web site called MesVignes.com. Several properties are part of the project: Château l’Enclos in Bordeaux, Château de Chamilly in Burgundy, Château Cantelauze in Cahors, Château Montana in Roussillon, Domaine Fouasier in Sancerre, Domaine du Clos in Touraine, Domaine Bunan in Bandol, Domaine Spielman in Alsace and Domaine Clavel in Languedoc.

The wine lover can chose among different renting offers: he can rent 12, 24 or 36 vine plants, be part of the harvesting and wine making processes or just rent the plants and collect the wines after two years of ageing. Prices are reasonable: from 196 euros to 850 euros for the full package. At the end, the client walks away with 12, 24 or 36 bottles of his/her own wine personnally labeled.

Isn’t the perfect gift for a wine lover?

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