Bournimpex represents 15 independent wine-growers from major wine regions in France. 
The wine producers are making quality-wine according to old traditions.
We offer red, white wine, sparkling wine, and champagne straight from the propriety.

Our mission is simple; to deliver products and services for less than traditional sources, and to provide first class service in the process. We measure the success over satisfied clients, and profitable transactions.

We provide import export services throughout Europe and worldwide centrally managed from any country with as much local facility as we can.

The Grand Moulin Estate is located 50 kms north of Bordeaux in St. Aubin de Blaye in the heart of the Côtes de Blaye wine region.The entire estate is within the 1er Côtes de Blaye appelation which stretches 35 km along the right bank of the Gironde The vineyards extends over rocky hillsides wich allow for natural drainage as well as a reheating of the ground convenient in a good maturation of grappes. We use traditional Bordeaux grapewines for all our wines.

For the red, the so-called "black Merlot" which gives a firm fruity wine for the taste and the "Cabernet Sauvignon" for tanning ant aging. For the white, the"White Sauvignon" which produce a fine aromatic vintage.

Gravelly and sandy, Grapes, 70% Merlot 5% Cabernet Sauvignon 25% Cabernet Franc.

traditional, cold maceration, temperature control, 3 weeks of fermentation. 30% ageing in barrels.

Annual production,
150,000 bottles of 75cl,

The very ripe fruit aromas blend harmoniously. This wine is supple with tannins elegant, it can be drunk immediately but will age for 4-5 years .

Gold Medal CGA Paris 2010,
Gold Medal Bordeaux 2010,
2 Stars Guide Hachette 2011


A descendant of several generations of winemakers, Benoit took over a part of his parents’ vineyard in 1995, and then he took over his grandparents’ vines in 1997.
Since 2000, He has been in business with his wife. Today, their estate is comprised of a dozen hectares (30 acres) on different types of soil (Kimmeridgian marl, siliceous-clay and Villiers limestone).


They sell 80,000 bottles a year, essentially to C.H.R. (Cellar-Hotel-Restaurant), to individual clients and export with the constant concern of following-through in terms of quality and developing the well-reasoned policy of using a minimum of products to treat the vines in case of disease.


Vine age: average of 15 years

Surface: 9 ha (22,5 acres)

Grape variety: 100% Sauvignon Blanc/

Average annual production: 70,000 bottles

Soil type: Kimmeridgian marl and Villiers limestone
Villier limestone
is comprised of a great many white stones. This well-draining terrain heats up rapidly during the spring and encourages early ripening.
The Kimmeridgian marl (tiny oyster marl) contains an abundance of fossils. More clayey, this soil takes longer to heat thus ripeness is reached more slowly. It yields Pouilly Fumé wines with complex aromas which continue to develop.

Bronze medal winner at concours des Grands Vins de France 2006 at Mâcon,
Gold medal winner at Foire aux Vins de Pouilly Sur Loire 2006

The latest generations of a family who have been making wine since 1789

The vineyards are situated on the granitic soils of the communes of Lancié and Fleurie, produce wines that marry finesse, perfume and body, and which glory in their bright ruby, violet-tinged, hues.

With our generation-spanning history and our wine-makers’ know-how, we are now focusing more than ever on our customers. We are determined to offer you wines that respect the well-being of man and the needs of the environment. Our procedures are now fully traceable, from our work in the vines to our vinifing methods of the grapes, all so that we can offer you the best possible wines, fully worthy of their appellations.
Dark and deep in colour; purple with tints of mauve

It has a very attractive, expressive nose, which reveals both red and black fruit aromas, notably strawberry and blackberry. The overall bouquet is heightened by light floral notes.


In the mouth, the attack is fat and fleshy, disclosing aromatic fruit flavours. The tannins are soft and velvety, and there is a lingering freshness to the wine. Fresh blackberry notes reappear on the long finish.

This is a fleshy, attractive wine which will maintain its freshness for the next 2 or 3 years

100 % Gamay

50 Hl/Ha


Golden Medal Paris 2009


With a fertile and water-rich soil, the site of Chaintré is built against the last walls of the Mâcon mountains, a verdant massif with a specific relief and famous residual summits of the jurassic period. These calcareous peaks remind us that the site history began during the prehistoric period.

With its 500 km, the road of the Maconnais-Beaujolais wines will suprise you by its quiet diversity. From hills to valleys, from villages to vineyards, you will enjoy the art and the pleasure of living in this area "blessed by gods". The thousand "Suivez la grappe" ("Follow the grape") signs will show you the way, from surprise to suprise.


This appellation, a landmark of our Prestige range, includes parcels on the best slopes in complimentary sector.

Vintage Year: Assemblage of selected millesimes

Laying down potential: from 2 to 3 years

Grape Variety: Chardonnay, from the best plot of South Burgundy

Soil: The soil is clay and limestone-clay  loam

Location: 8 hectares on the commun of Charnay Les Macon, Prisse, Davaye, Hurigny, Chasselas

Vineyard: from 3 to 80 years, 50 % have more than 40 years

Yield: 78 hectoliters by hectares

Awards: Silver Medal - AOC Cremant de Bourgogne Brut Imperial

The Plumet family has lived in Solutré Pouilly, a village in the Mâconnais region, for over a century. Living in Burgundy, a region well known for its wines, they, like most of their neighbours, nourished a strong interest and passion for wine. Since 1850, when the Plumets planted their first vine, the family wine business and viticultural expertise have been passed down from generation to generation.

The property is located on a sun-soaked hillside overlooking the small hamlet of Pouilly in the heart of the "Pouilly-Fuissé" appellation. The soil is limestone-based clay, ideal for producing wine in the great tradition of Burgundy. The estate currently allocates roughly two-thirds of the vineyards to cultivation of "Pouilly-Fuissé", and approximately one-third to "Saint-Véran". These vineyards are very mature and in combination with the soil produce a consistently high-quality wine.  A new planting of Mâcon-Solutré has recently been undertaken, and this sought-after varietal will be available from the estate beginning in 2014.

Awards: Pouilly-Fuissé 2007 received a 92/100 from  The Wine Spectator Magazine.


The Domain is 4 km from Chablis. Jean-Pierre and Alexandre grow 13ha of vines in Chablis, Chablis 1er Cru Vaucoupin, Chablis 1er Cru and Petit Chablis Vosgros.

Jean-pierre succeeded his parents at the head of family estate in 1975.
Alexander arrived in 2004 after training High School and an internship at Beaune Chassagne- Montrachet and Australia.



The soils and the vines are at the heart of philosophy of the domain: going deeper into research in the expression of terroir and remain listening to the grapevine in an environmentally responsible way.

We produce wines of Chablis, Chablis 1er Cru Vaucoupin, Chablis 1er Cru and Petit Chablis Vosgros.


Origins: Grape (s): Chardonnay

Soil: Clay and limestone Kimeridgien

Size: Double Size Guyot said Chablis

Yield: 60 hl / ha

Winemaking: Traditional in tank

Alcoholic: fermentation with selected yeasts, controlled malolactic fermentation

Ageing: The wines are aged for 8 to 12 months

Findings taste: Pale yellow with hints of white gold. Fresh nose but rather discrete in the register mainly floral. Hint of minerality in the aeration and subtle notes of green apple. Wine of lightness and delicacy in the mid-palate dominated by the vivacity of citrus. There is a finish of great finesse and beautiful texture, balanced and fruity.

Maintenance and preservation: Be kept for 5 years.

Awards: Burgondia d'Or 2009, Gerber Dussert guide 2010


Located on the ancient stone quarries of Saint-Emilion, this castle has so beautiful underground cellars carved to the rock where our wines benefit from ideal conditions for breeding and conservation.



The Chateau Cardinal Villemaurine of 7 hectares of vines in Saint-Emilion Grand Cru. One feature of this property lies in the soil on which our grapes thrive. Indeed, the 7 acres are spread over five separate parcels, some of which are separated by several kilometers. Soils have different characteristics and that give our wine its complexity.

The varieties were selected based on soil we had to get the best possible maturity. Thus, our property we are 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Franc. Our grapes are picked by hand before being sorted and de-stemmed. To avoid damaging our grapes, we are bringing gravity in our temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks.

After maceration pre-fermentation cold a few days (color extraction) and a traditional vinification, our wine is aged in French oak barrels for 24 months to recover the tannins that will allow our wine to be ever more structured 15 years after bottling

Grape Variety: 60% Merlot, 40%, Cabernet Franc

Aged in oak barrels: 40% new barrels, 60% barrels of wine

Awards: Chateau Cardinal Villemaurine 2001 Vintage, silver medal International challenge of wine


The major part of our land has been in the hands of our family since the 19th Century.

On 10th August 1812 in the presence of Imperial Notary Antoine Cieux, the Cailley family acquired for 600.00 F in "metal coins", a parcel of land that was later to become Château Le Maine Martin. Since that date many generations of winegrowers have passed down from father to son their experience and passion for winemaking.

Graves de Vayres; This is an area with a very particular type of soil and the wines produced from this area were given the description 'Graves de Vayres' at the beginning of the XIX Century. The appellation was made official in 1931 and it became an appellation controlée in 1937.

The only way in which we can guarantee the quality of Château Toulouze from one year to the next is by maintaining the traditional wine-making methods that will give the wine its great finesse and enable it to keep for a long period of time.


Mr Dussert Gerbe makes a classification of all the wines of Graves. Chateau Toulouze gets the second ranking for Great Wines and 1st in the priority to elegance.




On 1956, some of the wine growers of the Arbresle region wanted to share their tools of production,  created the " The Coteaux du Lyonnais cooperative winery".

This cooperative  located in “ Lyon" is world renowned. 

The production is based on wines of the Beaujolais and Lyonnais.

Soil: silty and sandy ground which the structure is light and very permeable.

Grape: Gamay

Location: plots of vineyard are placed in the village of Orliénas and Soucieu en Jarres in the South of the AOC.

Tasting notes: A strong ruby colour with a good brilliance and limpidity. A subtle and complex nose of species aromas (black pepper), liquorice and undergrowth. In mouth, the attack is clean, with silky tannin and well length. A well balanced wine, complex and structured.

Awards: Gold medal in Paris


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