Freshly crushed Nebbiolo must

Azienda Agricola Rivetto, Piedmont, Italy.


A selection of recent bottles, from our winemakers.

Welcome to Lou Vin

We work with winemakers that are among the best of their own regions, directly imported by us, rated and awarded by the best journalists and wine magazines of the world. 
Our focuses are France and Piedmont.

If you are looking for artisanal and handcrafted wines, you have landed on the right page.

How does Lou Vin work? We generally propose our wines and champagnes in:

  •  boxes of 2 or 6 units of the same wine 

  • mixed boxes of 2, 3 or 6 units of different wines 

  • a quarterly subscription, the mistery box: surprise boxes of 3 or 6 units in which the wines are chosen by us


We ship to Austria and, under certain conditions, to some EU countries.

On our website you will find most of the information you need about our winemakers and their products.

News, updates and special offers are regularly available on the blog section of our website.

We therefore invite you to subscribe to our blog in our contact section.


Lou Vin, Back to the Roots

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Sergio was born in Turin, in a family with roots in Piedmont and Savoy dating back to the 16th century. He studied International Law at the University of Turin, General Management at ESCP Europe, and obtained a Professional Sommelier Diploma from the Associazione Italiana Sommelier in 2012.

Sergio is a Lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences of Krems for the International Wine Business bachelor´s degree. He is also the Master of the Austrian Delegation of the Order of the Knights of the Truffle and Wines of Alba.

Sergio specialises in French and Piedmontese wines but does love Austrian wines as well!

Wine, history, art, and languages are his passions. He lives in Vienna since 2013.


Cécile was born in Paris. She has a background in economics and social sciences and studied Germanistics at the Sorbonne and in Leipzig.

Cécile is passionate about the arts of the table, and languages . She has been teaching French and French culture here in Vienna, since 2009.

Her uncle, Arnaud de Villeneuve Bargemon, continues the family tradition of wine production in Provence. The castle and the estate have been in the family since 1530.