Xavier Vignon chose to brand his wines under his own name as a tribute to what he loves most: sharing his passion for wine and spreading knowledge. Whether you’re a new wine drinker or a seasoned connoisseur, you’ll find something to enjoy with Xavier Vignon.
The History of Xavier Vignon
Xavier Vignon began branding his wines under the name “Xavier Vins,” but decided to truly associate himself with his products after his business started to grow. He brings a wealth of knowledge with him, including extensive harvest experience from every corner of the globe, a deep understanding of the Rhone Valley, and years of work with close wine-making mentors. Xavier draws upon his own history and style to make wines that are personal, flavorful and unique.
Xavier Vignon Company Mission
The mission of Xavier Vignon is to hold true to the inherited values passed down through its founders, including a passion for a job well done and sharing a wealth of knowledge. Those values, combined with the founder’s scientific background, created the perfect environment for producing inventive wines with their own personality.
Benefits of Xavier Vignon
On top of the passion and creativity behind Xavier Vignon, some of the other added benefits include:
- Organically farmed in Europe using minimal irrigation
- Xavier Vignon is considered to be a leading consultant in the Rhone Valley region
- Wines are sold in France and 30 other countries worldwide
Top Xavier Vignon Products
Xavier Vignon crafts wines based on a unique blend of tradition and his free-thinking spirit. He’s fully involved in his brand and utilizes his immense expertise to create individual wines that all have their own personality. Thrive Market offers the following Xavier Vignon product:
Xavier Vignon Rose 2018, Half Case of Wine
If you’re looking for your next favorite, juicy rose - you’ve come to the right place. This Grenache-based wine delivers a satisfying balance of depth and fruitiness, making it a perfect crowd-pleaser for your next outdoor gathering. Thanks to its early bottling, the sweet aromas of strawberry and raspberry are locked in tight.
If you love it, check out our Xavier Vignon Rose 2018, Full Case of Wine.
Where’s the Wine?
Now that you’ve got wine on the brain, we’ve got you covered. From the difference in red and white wine, to best practices for using it while you cook, you can find out more here. After all, understanding where our favorite evening beverage comes from and how it’s made will only continue to fuel our passion.
The Characteristics of Red and White Wines
What makes red wine so red? And why do white wines have no color at all? These are just some of the questions you’ll encounter as you delve into the wide, magical world of wine. We’ve got the perfect guide for navigating the differences between the two, as well as other varietals, like Pinot Grigio, Riesling and beyond.
Wine in the Kitchen
Wine is complicated. There’s so many variations, all with their own tastes and aromas. Deciding how to incorporate it into your recipes can seem daunting, especially with wines that are used specifically for cooking. We’ve got some suggestions for bringing wine into the kitchen, as well as some recipes to incorporate into your dinner rotation.
Consider Warm Beverages
If wine isn’t the first thing on your mind, or the weather is getting particularly chilly - consider these easy beverage recipes and holiday favorites that the whole family can enjoy.