AOC is short for Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée, a standard established in 1935 to regulate the production of wine in France and guarantee consumers a reliable level of consistency when buying wine.
While the system aims at preserving tradition and protecting buyers, it also comes with rules and constraints that often stifle winemakers’ creativity and their ability to highlight those relevant aspects of terroir that can make each wine unique.
The winemakers featured in this selection are proof that, renouncing labels to prioritise the freedom to work with their varieties and methods of choice can produce outstanding results.
Join our founder Jonathan in the dining room La Cachette for an intimate dinner featuring distinctive wines from growers across France, alongside a special menu by chef Harry Lester, who will be cooking at Planque for one night only.
Please note that we cannot accommodate for dietaries during these dinners.
Alexandre Jouveaux Le Mont 2019
Alice & Olivier de Moor Sans-Bruit 2017
Thomas Popy Sous La Roche Maldru 2016
Richard Leroy Les Noëls de Montbenault 2015
Pierre Andrey PNGA19
L'Arbre Blanc Les Orgues 2017
Aurélien Lefort Sérum 2019
L'Anglore Véjade 2018
Starting from this summer our opening times are changing. From Tuesday 1st August onwards, our restaurant will be open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday, and for lunch on Saturday as usual.
Our last day open before the holidays is Saturday 5th August. We will be back as usual from Tuesday 15th August.