CAP WINE INTERNATIONAL is a wine group set up to develop activities in the fields of wine-growing, wine-making and distribution of wines in a sustainable and socially responsible way.
CAP WINE INTERNATIONAL, headed by wine enthusiasts with a mind for business, owns two high potential wine-making properties. For more information...
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Domaine de l'Herré, a 130 hectare "Côtes de Gascogne Appellation" vineyard, produces fresh and fruity white wines.
Quintas of Douro, 15 hectare "DOC Douro Appellation" vineyards, produce powerful and aromatic red wines.
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Le Domaine de Cantarelle

Domaine de Cantarelle, located in south of France, belongs to the range of remarkable rosé wine producers in Provence.

Nearby the Verdon regional Park, at 300 meters above sea level, the Domaine de Cantarelle spreads over 130 hectares of vineyards in an outstanding natural cirque. The vineyards benefits from a clay and limestone exceptional soil and from the generous sunshine of Provence. Gorged with fruit and sun, the wines of Cantarelle are cheerful and have a gourmet and fresh taste.

In 2017, CAP WINE INTERNATIONAL acquires the Domaine de Cantarelle, fiefdom of Dieudonné family. Élodie Dieudonné goes on both at the vineyard and at the wine cellar to leverage the family expertise and devotes herself to create rosés of excellence for the Domain’s customers and from now on for the CAP WINE‘s customers.

Élodie Dieudonné, la Provence au féminin

In a profession dominated by men, it is refreshing to see Élodie who uses her feminin touch to manage the Domaine with talent.

For the last 15 years, she has totally devoted herself to her vineyard. Her profound love of the terroir and her hands on skills on the wine have enabled her to gain recognition among professionals.

Élodie has launched new ranges of glamorous rosé wines with a modern and fresh design, which have been awarded many times for their high quality and elegance.

Le Domaine de Cantarelle