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.