Alexandre Rougeot, the founder and director of Clos Cachet, is a fifth generation winemaker of Domaine Rougeot in Meursault, Bourgogne and celebrated sommelier. He has dedicated his life to sharing his knowledge and love of wine.
“Clos Cachet offers wines that we have carefully curated for our clients. We are proud to import iconic and rising star producers from family owned domaines as well as sourcing old vintages from private French cellars. The wines are kept in optimal conditions and sold at the best prices available.”
Alexandre Rougeot – Director of Clos Cachet
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“I have been a regular customer of Clos Cachet since it began, and have been extremely impressed with the professionalism, service, and most importantly the quality and value of the wines on offer. Clos Cachet is a superb business, which I can unreservedly recommend.”
C.D – Toorak, Victoria
Domaine Mee Godard allows us a glimpse of the future of the Beaujolais region at its best. It’s a small Domaine of six hectares of vineyards, mostly located in the sumptuous Morgon appellation and with a small plot in Moulin à Vent.
“This was a fantastic set of wines from Billaud that mostly triumphed over the numerous obstacles Mother Nature threw in the way. Neal Martin, Wine Advocate, August 2017. We’re very excited to welcome the new vintage from talented Samuel Billaud in Australia. This is a major release for Chablis fans in the country. Don’t wait too long to get some of these delicious, benchmark Chablis wines.
SATURDAY 2 JUNE: Clos Cachet is thrilled to invite you to attend our intimate wine tasting. The majestic Rhône Valley: Focus on the mighty Saint-Joseph and Saint-Péray appellations.
SATURDAY 26 MAY: Clos Cachet is thrilled to invite you to attend our intimate wine tasting. The majestic Rhône Valley: Focus on the mighty Saint-Joseph and Saint-Péray appellations.