Though Vignobles Bonfils are familiar overseas, its wines also are well known throughout French supermarkets and as house wines in restaurants.
In 1870, the Bonfils family left Alsace for Oran in Algeria, where they planted a 139ha estate of vines and oranges. Upon Algerian independence in 1962, the family returned to France. Starting at Domaine de Lirou in the Languedoc, Jean-Michel Bonfils produced bulk wine and grew the business.
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