In the wine industry many believe that wine quality is simply the result of vineyard's or cellar's work. But they may be forgetting one of the elements that grant a superior raw material: the roots. Yet, MORISSON-COUDERC is not omitting the crucial role of a grafted vine plant in winemaking.
MORISSON-COUDERC has a long, rich heritage, starting, with the great scientist George COUDERC, in 1880. The company has grown during the decades to become a leading grapevine nursery around the world. We are driven by the same passion and curiosity that made M COUDERC save the French vineyards from the Phylloxera bug at the end of the 18th century. This is why our goal is to leverage our research and development capabilities to generate distinctive value through new, improved products and innovative ways to reduce costs and environmental impact.
We strongly believe wine quality is the result of a project involving three main actors: the nursery man, the winegrowing and the oenologist. MORISSON-COUDERC works with a professional team of agronomists, oenologists and economics that carefully develop projects and solutions from the plantation to winemaking. We help customers, from the winegrowing hobbyist to the wine corporate group, succeed through collaboration and innovation, and we are committed to sharing our global knowledge and experience to help meet qualitative, economic, environmental and social challenges.
Because drinking wine is an precious moment; planting a vine is a precious long term investment. By choosing MORISSON-COUDERC you secure the roots of your wine's success to future generations.