Terroirs Export was established in 2013 by Thibault Poisson to help family-run vineyards to export their wines. We act as the export department for these estates. We only work with family-run estates who share our philosophy, namely estates which respect their environment and harness their terroir through different cuvée wines. They are not necessarily certified but have to at least use integrated farming methods. Terroirs Export handles the sales processes so that the winegrowers we work with can focus on their vines and wines. We are proud to work with winegrowers who, brought together under our brand, produce a balanced and original range of high-quality wines that provide our importers and distributors across the world with excellent value for money.

About Thibault Poisson

A Passion For Wine...

I come from a non-winemaking family and grow up in Normandy, far away from any vineyard. However, my family and I enjoyed drinking wine. So much so that it led me to decide I was going to work in the wine industry.
After graduating from IPAG Business school, I studied in Burgundy for one year. I learned as much as possible about wines while taking some formal classes at CFPPA.  I followed that with practical winemaking experience as I worked as the assistant wine maker at Pavilon de Chavanne in Cote de Brouilly and Lupé Cholet in Nuit St Georges.
After that enriching experience travelling thru french and foreign vineyards and learning about all aspects of wine, I went to live in the USA. I spent 4 years in Houston,Texas and worked as the wine manager for Global Quality Import; an importer and distributor of fine wine and liquors.
I returned to France in early 2006 and spent almost 8 years with the Feray Family, owner of Chateau Moncontour in the Loire Valley, as their export Manager.
I started Terroirs export because I wanted to work with different vineyards, different people and different wines. I also plan to build the commercial structure that one day will allow me to sell wines from my own vineyards.


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