Domaine Hamelin


Winegrowers from father to son for six generations, the Hamelin estate now cultivates 37 hectares of vines spread over three communes: Poinchy, Beines and Lignorelles, whose limestone subsoils (Kimmeridgian) give them all the finesse and structure of a great wine.
Reconciling tradition and modern techniques is a major concern for Thierry and Charles Hamelin, so that the wines retain the taste of the terroir and offer maximum generosity and charm.

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