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SCEA Le Domaine de Belfort,
Rue du Château
46230 Belfort du Quercy France

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March 20, 2017

We are very proud to have 5 of our wines on Per-Henrik Mansson’s restaurant “Le Communal’s” wine selection. Per- Henrik is a wine expert and was editor and journalist at “The Wine Spectator” for 17 years before opening his own restaurant in Val d’Illiez, Switzerland. O...

May 5, 2016

Each year we enter our Cuvee Classique wines to industry competitions and have successfully scooped 17 awards in the past six vintages. This year we have been awarded a medal from each competition entered. 

For our red, we were awarded a Gold Medal in our regional compe...

March 4, 2015

Whether you choose to entertain friends and family with an informal barbeque; cute miniature bowl dishes; or a gourmet meal, there’s one guest almost certain to be on your must-have list. Bubbles!

Champagne has long been the bubbly of choice. This heady, intoxicating li...

October 12, 2014

These days most of us buy into the idea that when it comes to food, organic is the healthy option. “You are what you eat”, or so they say. But not, it seems, when it comes to what you drink. 

Back in March 2008, the group Pesticide Action Network Europe, found that 10...

September 30, 2014

This week is a big week for us at Tour De Belfort. Our 2013 bottles have just arrived in the UK! Having recently completed our fifth harvest and just about to launch our fifth vintage, we’re as passionate about our new wines today as we were back in 2009 when we introd...

September 6, 2014

In a few weeks time our barrels will again be full of wine. Our vendange (French for harvest) is only a few days away, and with 8 different grape varieties in our vineyard it will probably last 2-3 weeks as each variety ripens at different times. Our insistence on hand...

July 11, 2014

The deeper the bottom of the bottle, the better the wine?

Not true at all. It is actually the sign of a more expensive bottle, rather than the contents.
In France the shape of the bottle reflects the place of origin or the producer’s personal choice not the quality of t...