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Tonnellerie Millet

French tradition of coopering excellence

In 1952, Guy MILLET founded his cooperage in Puisseguin, next to Saint-Emilion, in the heart of the Bordeaux vineyard. His son Dominique worked with him for years, thus taking advantage of his experience and master cooper know-how. In 1995, Dominique MILLET took the leading role in the family company and, in 2000, he decided to move the workshop in Galgon city, where it is located today.

Offering a full range of French oak barrels, in Tonnellerie Millet each barrel is manufactured and personalized with particular attention and expertise. The oak is being carefully selected among the finest trees, grown in the great state-owned forests. They search for a particular type of grain - fine or extra-fine - in order to perpetuate the French tradition of coopering excellence. 

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