What we do

Sea And Mountains Vineyards United
We export wines from


Wines export trade from mountany and Mediterranean vineyards
Supporting our clients on their products introductions
We sell all packaged wines (estate, chateau and bulk wine)

A large choice

Some of our Wines

Where we are

3 french provinces



Savoie is a french region in eastern France, and is sometimes referred to as the country of the « Allobroges ». The Savoie landscape is distinctly alpine. Between lakes and mountains, the Savoie vineyards hang from slopes or clutch at hillsides in little islands that produce their special growth, from Fréterive in the South, to Evian in the North, passing through Apremont and Jongieux. With grape varieties Jacquère, Roussanne, Altesse (also known as Roussette) and Gringet for white wines, and Mondeuse for the reds, Savoie is characterised by a number of varieties which are very rare elsewhere.



Jura is a french departement located between Burgundy and Switzerland, this cool climate wine region produces wines with some similarity to Burgundy and Swiss wine. Jura wines are distinctive and unusual wines, the most famous being vin jaune, which is made by a similar process to Sherry, developing under a flor-like strain of yeast. This is made from the local Savagnin grape variety. Other grape varieties include Poulsard, Trousseau, and Chardonnay. Other wine styles found in Jura includes a vin de paille made from Chardonnay, Poulsard and Savagnin, a sparkling Crémant du Jura made from slightly unripe Chardonnay grapes, and a vin de liqueur known as Macvin du Jura made by adding marc to halt fermentation. 



Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean sea. Located 90 km west of Italy, 170 km southeast of France and 11 km north of the island of Sardinia, the island is a territorial collectivity of France, Corsica has his own way to make wine and his own native grape varieties. The region’s viticultural history can be traced to the island’s settlement by Phoceans traders in 570 BC in what is now the commune of Aléria. In the 18th century, the island came under the control of France. The three leading grape varieties of the region are Niellucciu, known as the spice wine of France, Sciaccarellu and Vermentino.

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Next events where I can meet you in 2017 !

I will be there : La Nuit en Rosé, New York – May 18 – 19 – 20 2017 More informations : http://nuitrose.com/ World Wine Meetings ASIA, SINGAPORE 2017 –  May 26-30 

Next events where I can meet you !

I will be there : WORLD BULK WINES EXHIBITION AMSTERDAM,  November 21-22, 2016 More informations : worldbulkwine.com PROWEIN DUSSELDORF, March 19-21,  2017 More informations : prowein.fr VINEXPO BORDEAUX, June 18-21, 2017  More

Press Release Sea & Mountain Vineyard United

« Maison Philippe Viallet » in Savoie – Jura and « Les Vignerons d’Aghione » in Corsica team up to develop their strategy of expansion in exports. The SEA & MOUNTAINS VINEYARDS structure will be responsible


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