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Recognized all over the world for its great wines, France is a major player in the wine industry. France’s wine country is divided into 17 regions, each with many distinct terroirs and grape varieties, resulting in a wide range of delicious wines.

France | Languedoc-Roussillon

Château du Grand Caumont

The cultivation of vines in Grand Caumont dates back to 1850, when Louis Rigal purchased the property. Three generations later, his granddaughter Laurence works alongside her mother, Françoise, who developed the company extensively beginning in the 1980s.

Pioneering women

When Françoise Rigal took over from her husband Louis, son of the founder of the same name, in the 1980s, she was driven by a desire to modernize the estate, and also began selling their bottled wines. She developed a quality charter that has earned her numerous awards and accolades from around the world. 

In 2003, her daughter Laurence joined her to manage the estate. Applying her solid marketing experience, Laurence showcases Grand Caumont’s aromatic, fruity wines, with their smooth and elegant tannins, on the international stage.

Château du Grand Caumont, it's also

  • Château du Grand Caumont Cuvée Tradition
  • Château du Grand Caumont Réservce de Laurence
  • Château du Grand Caumont Capus Monti

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