Tthe 5 best French wines

1. Château des Graviers 2015 

Produced in 4th generation traditional vineyards, Christophe Landry uses grapes grown in biodynamic farming. Special attention is paid to the selection of the grapes as well as quality control. The Margaux wine has a delicate and elegant taste which makes it truly unique. 


Price: 34 €


2. Clos Marie Pic Saint-Loup 2015

Clos Marie is one of the best wineries in Southern France and adopts fully biodynamic brewing methods. The Pic Saint-Loup offers a complex variety of flavors, clean body, and a rich and fruit-driven taste. This fully demonstrates the clean, refined and complex qualities of Languedoc wines.


Price: 28.5 €


3. Catherine & Claude Maréchal Pommard 2015

Founded in 1981, Catherine & Claude Maréchal is run by the Maréchal couple and owns 10 hectares of vineyards in the famous Baune wine region. This type of Pommard Vieilles Vignes is made from the vintage vine grapes of the Pommard region. Pommard is a famous wine producing village in Baune. It is stipulated that only red wines made essentially with Pinot Noir grapes are approved. The Vieilles Vignes logo signifies that the wine is made from rare high-quality vintage wine grapes.


Price: 48 €


4. Eddie Féraud et Fils 2015

The wine is produced from small sandy vineyards owned by Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Féraud et Fils is not a large winery, but it is well-received in the local winery owners. Wines from these mountainous regions will display deliciously sweet fruit tastes with excellent tannin and velvety texture.


Price: 36 €


5. Clau de Nell Cabernet Franc 2015

The owner of Clau de Nell is Anne-Claude Laflaive, the renowned French winemaker. She insists on biodynamic brewing and produces less than 30 liters of wine per hectare of vineyards. This type of Cabernet Franc wine has rich fruity flavors and delicate tannins with a hint of white pepper. This wine is aged for 18 months in aged oak barrels and will develop more elegant tastes through time.


Price: 25 €



The above five wines can be bought at Lavinia, the largest wine retail store in Europe. With O'bon Paris coupons, you get a 10% discount regardless of how much you spend.

Address: 3-5 Boulevard de la Madeleine, 75001 Paris (Near Opéra and Madeleine metro stations in the center of Paris)

Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 8:30 pm

Price range: A variety of 4,000 French wines, prices range from 8 € to 22,000 €


Author:HAN Jaeun

Photographers:HAN Jaeun, Yi

Translations:Pierre Ieong