Collines du Bourdic


Founded in 1928 and located 15 miles North of Nîmes on the Cévennes mountain foothills, itself a meeting point of the great Southern France wine regions of Rhône and Languedoc, the Collines du Bourdic co-operative is one of the oldest co-operatives in the South of France.
Uniting a 100 wine-growers cultivating 4,450 acres of vines, Collines du Bourdic co-op is producing wine from 18 different  grapes and 5 different AOP/IGP (including the new Rhône Valley appellation AOP Duche d’Uzes and the Cévennes mountain IGP).
Being among the first Southern France co-op to encourage it’s wine growers to plant international grapes, Collines du Bourdic co-op is known for its fine wine cuvees. In 2018, the co-op had won 8 gold medals at Paris Concours General Agricole.
Benefiting from the cool air coming from the Cévennes mountain, Collines du Bourdic wines are always fresh, floral and fruit driven.

P.O. Box 4526

White River Junction, VT 05001


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