In 1950, Henri Bonnet encouraged a group of viticulturists to band together and form a cooperative, producing quality wines from the revered sparkling wine terroir of Die. Fifty years later, the Jaillance signature was born, and AOC vineyard holdings expanded across the Rhône Valley and Bordeaux. Top quality sourcing from the Loire Valley completes the range.
As France’s foremost sparkling wine specialists, Jaillance’s team adhere to four core values: a deep respect for nature, a commitment to cooperative practices, uncompromising quality standards, and an innovative approach. These guiding principles have led the winery to unprecedented success, regularly winning prestigious accolades at home and in international competitions.
Jaillance was also an early adopter of organic practices, converting vineyards as early as 1989. Not content to stop there, Jaillance formed a sustainable development association with nine other pioneering wineries. Based on compliance to a regularly evolving charter, with no less than 37 commitments, the Vignerons Developpement Durable group is the only such organization of its kind dedicated to wine.
From ancestral to traditional method, Jaillance’s winemakers are masters of their craft. With AOC wines from across three of France’s most admired wine regions including organic, biodynamic, and vegan offerings, there truly is a Jaillance wine for every palate.