The word vigneron was first noted in the 15th century, referring to a person who grows grapes for winemaking. Today, vigneron means something more; it’s a combined role of winemaker and viticulturist, a grape grower who makes wine from the grapes he has cultivated; he works as intensely in the vineyard as he does in the winery because cultivation will affect his final product—the wine. Pierre Seillan prides himself on being a true vigneron.
The Vigneron Collection is a collection of wines made by vigneron Pierre Seillan using his micro-cru philosophy to capture the unique expressions of Sonoma County, Bordeaux, and Tuscany in each vintage.
The following wines comprise the Vigneron Collection: Anakota, Cenyth, and Le Coeur in Sonoma County, California; Arcanum, il fauno, and Valadorna in Tuscany, Italy: and Château Lassègue in Saint-Émilion, Bordeaux.