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Les Vignerons de Buzet are delighted to share all this information with you : the figures, the people and their passion for their wine, the economic realities…all the things that make us what we are.
Les Vignerons de Buzet are situated 90 km south of Bordeaux. They represent 95 % of the Buzet appellation, 1 880 Ha, 209 winegrowers and 92 employees. Renowned grape varieties : Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon for the red and rosé wines, Sauvignon and Sémillon for the whites. Outstanding soils, 15 “Domaines and Chateaux”, 2 winery sites with a total capacity of 268 000 Hl, 12 million bottles a year, turnover of 25.2 million Euros each year, 2 ageing cellars with total capacity of 2 200 barrels, cutting-edge packaging facilities, 120 000 visitors a year in Buzet;
An international presence from Asia to North America. A corporate strategy built around sustainable development. Certified with international Standards : ISO 9001, ISO 14001, IFS version 5.

The Vignerons de Buzet have attached an extremely high importance to sustainable farming, and were the first food-industry company in France to achieve the highly rated ISO 26000 accreditation, which relates to social responsibility and sustainable development. Due to this commitment, we have gained the confidence of the main wine chain and supermarket in France and Europe.

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Agribusiness: Wine, spirits, other drinks

Export area :


European Union

North America

North Asia

Sub-Saharan Africa

Local presence :

European Union

Target countries :


North Asia


South America

South Asia

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