What we do ? //
Maison Marlère offers a range of wines from different terroirs in the South West of France.
Estates selected by our team across the region’s vineyards, according to grape varieties, appellations and encounters.
Thanks to concepts popular within consumers such as highlighting food and wine pairings, our team offers you an approach to wine that is as clear as it is qualitative.
Our range is made up of 21 wines, available in red, dry white, sweet and rosé. They cover 15 grape varieties and 11 appellations. We also distribute craft beers from 5 partner breweries and friends of the Southwest. We pool our skills and energies, with always at heart the promotion of our region.
Who we are ?
We are a cohesive team of 7 people, working with 12 wine estates partners.
He founded the company in 2011. He is the conductor of it all and at times the handyma. He embodies the soul of the company & of the adventure. Originally from Béarn, he has travelled the length and breadth of the South-West (with a 12-year interlude in various countries abroad). He knows the South West like the back of his hand and loves it deeply.
NB: a twelve-year interlude abroad at the beginning of his career allowed him to open up and enrich himself, and finally to return to his native region and make it shine.
After ten years working in a Bordeaux Grand Cru Classé, Vanessa joined Maison Marlère bringing with her endless enthusiasm, reliability and generosity. She is the company’s project manager, the guarantor of all the production and logistical processes.
After twenty years as a cellar manager in a large company, he joined the team 3 years ago, bringing his dynamism and know-how in order to develop sales. Which he does with shining brilliance.
the latest arrival on the commercial scene, this Toulousan at heart palpitates for the wines of the South-West. He gives it back to us well, with customers who are increasingly well-taken care of thanks to his efforts.
MARKETING & COMMUNICATION
With a background in digital marketing & business, Gaëlle is also a wine lover : confirmed taster (WSET 2 received with merit). Gaëlle brings modernity & dynamism to the development of Maison Marlère influence.
Camille’s journey passes through Cognac Maisons & wine merchants, selling branded wines or Grands Crus as well as wine estates. This varied experience is a real wealth for Maison Marlère wines sales.
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Our values //
Authenticity, quality and sharing are the core values of Maison Marlère. We have at heart to share these with you through our wines. We hope that these values invite you to “Live the South West” in the most beautiful way.
It is the consideration and respect of our homeland and the know-how of the growers of the South-West who make our wines. It is also a permanent quest for difference, subtlety and respect for our personality.
The obligation for quality is in our genes: it concerns the work in the vineyard, the care of the soil, the preservation of the living environment in the fields, and of course the work in the cellar. We draw out the essence of our terroirs, thanks to our experience, knowledge and techniques. The quality requirement also concerns other aspects of our company: and ethical and sustainable sales relationships, eco-responsible packaging, careful wine logistics, and finally, a trained and competent Maison Marlère team who are enthusiastic and willing to go the distance.
Sharing: “authentic” and “quality” wines cannot be appreciated without being “shared”, something which is without equal in the South-West. Sharing is the extension of the senses, exchange, friendship, love, the present & the creation of lasting memories.
Ethical & Responsible
Our commitments //
90% of our wines are HVE3 or BIO, and all Maison Marlère wines are integrated into a environmentally respectful packaging approach.
The company expects to receive its “CSR” label in the autumn of 2021, in order to anchor the commitments it has made in a lasting way.
The High Environmental Value label certifies farms that meet the required criteria for biodiversity, fertilisation, phytosanitary strategy and water management.
The Organic Farming label is a French quality label created in 1985, based on the prohibition of the use of products derived from synthetic chemistry. It identifies products from organic farming. Since 1 January 2009, its criteria have been aligned with the European organic label.
In 2019, MAISON MARLÈRE initiated an eco-responsible packaging approach. This approach has been progressively deployed on all the House’s bottles: plastic-free eco-capsule, 100% recyclable cork stopper, paper from FSC® forests, vegetable-based ink, solvent-free glue, bottle made from recycled & recyclable glass, recycled & recyclable overwrapping cardboard.