Agamy, More Than 200 Years of History
Agamy was born in 2016 after the merging together of four cellars Bully, Quincie, Vignerons Foreziens, and Coteaux du Lyonnais. Around 350 winegrowers work here every day to exploit the vast intensity and richness of the terroir. They use their talent to offer customers a great experience through their exotic wines. Each and every wine has a story behind it written by winemakers who are passionate about the wines. Agamy has more than 200 years of history and boasts almost 1300 hectares of vineyards in some of the best locations in France. Their logo symbolizes a maze, a vine, and a fingerprint that tells about their artisan work and personality. It is an anagram of Gamay, which is the grape they use for making wines and helps to promote their identity worldwide.
1300 Hectares of Vineyards
Their vineyards flourish in the most beautiful areas of Lyonnais hills and volcanic Forez terroirs. Every year their winemakers use the best quality Gamay grapes to make their famous red, white, rose, and sparkling wines. Agamy allows people an opportunity to sponsor a batch of vines and take part in its harvest and progression for a whole season. Take part and witness all the processes right from the pruning of grapes in winter till the bottling of wines after production. Winemakers from Signe Vignerons will guide you in this period of becoming an artisan winemaker. You will be informed at all times about the progress of your vines online for one year. You will also get six personal wine bottles produced from your vines.