A strong network of cooperative partner wineries

The nine cooperative groups that are members of the Union InVivo wine division, Cordier by InVivo, constitute a concrete, effective network of France’s main wine regions: 28,000 hectares divided between Bordeaux, the South-West, Languedoc, Roussillon, the Rhone Valley, and Beaujolais.


‘Regional cooperatives, with ambitions shared with a large international group.
Quality wines from major brands bringing historic environmental expertise to consumers around the world.

The modernity of our facilities and especially the spirit of sharing that drives us.
Capitalism serving sustainable development: together, more, and better.


Joël Castany

Our winemakers, craftsmen of excellence

With our shareholder cooperative wineries and their 3,800 winemakers, we campaign and work tirelessly together to create responsible value. 

Our nine cooperative wineries



The Agamy winery was born from the merger in 2016 of the Bully, Quincié, Vigneron Foréziens and Coteaux du Lyonnais wineries. At Agamy, each wine from our cellar is the culmination of a long history written by our 300 winemakers and collaborators who have a passion for their craft.

Our vineyards comprise over 1,000 hectares of flourishing vines located among the best territories for cultivating Gamay: in the Monts du Beaujolais, on the volcanic soils of the Côtes du Forez and in the heart of the Coteaux du Lyonnais.

Agamy’s ambition: « Let the audacity and passion that drives us change your vision of wine. »



CVG represents the shared ambition of structuring a unified, solid and sustainable wine industry in the Gascony region, at the service of its cooperative members and customers.

By federating 400 winegrowers and 4000 ha, CVG defines itself as a creator of wines at the service of its bottling customers. All of the production is contracted in bulk to players of all sizes, intended to supply brands and private labels through a hundred or so customers in Europe, Eastern Europe and North America.

CVG’s strategy is based on a white grape variety selected from two international varieties, Sauvignon and Chardonnay, as well as three indigenous varieties, Colombard, Gros Manseng and Ugni-Blanc, which are perfectly suited to our terroirs in the Pyrenean foothills and Gascony.

St Maurice


The Cave Saint Maurice is located in the northern Gard at the foot of the Cévennes. Our wines are essentially produced in the Cévennes IGP: a terroir, a climate and a rich heritage. We produce fresh, distinctive wines, from the vine to the bottle.

Quite naturally, we are developing our production of organic wines and implementing a commercial development strategy for our bottled wines, Cévennes IGP for conventional and organic both for our classic ranges and our plot selections.

Cave Saint Maurice’s certifications: Vignerons Engagés « Sustainable Winegrowing », Agriculture Biologique « Organic Agriculture », Terra Vitis, HVE « High Environmental Value », RSE ISO 26000, Vegan.



At the Labastide Winery, we are creators. Creators of legendary wines in the heart of one of the oldest vineyards in France that has been producing wines since it was established by the Romans in the 1st century BC! These roots pave the way to the future.

The Winery is the extension of the vineyards of its cooperative members. Its mission is to bring value to its members compared to an individual operating mode (e.g. quality of life, sustainable and cooperative tools, income).

The variety of the terroirs and the age of the vineyard provide the region with a wide-range of traditional grape varieties that give the wines their richness and aromas.

Rocca Maura


The terroir of the Vignerons de Roquemaure is deeply marked by the passage and vicissitudes of the Rhône. A wide variety of soils are observed; on the same plot of land, it is not uncommon to find rolled pebbles, red earth and clay further away.

The vineyard covers 400 hectares. Plots are replanted every year but the character of our wines comes from the old vines passed down by our ancestors. The AOC plots are planted with regional grape varieties:

Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre, Carignan, Cinsault, Clairette, Viognier, Grenache blanc, Bourboulenc. Merlot, Cabernet-Sauvignon, Marselan, Chardonnay Sauvignon

Terroirs du vertige


The Terroirs du Vertige originated with the merger of several small cooperative wineries because at the time, almost every village had its own. The Terroirs du Vertige is an intermunicipal cooperative winery composed of 30 villages.

170 winegrowers perpetuate the culture of the vine and the wine combining ancestral methods and modernity. Picking, vinification and bottling are all managed by us.

The wines of the Terroirs du Vertige draw their finesse, richness and originality from the diversity of grape varieties on the terroirs!

Carignan – Cinsault – Grenache Noir – Merlot – Syrah – Grenache Blanc – Maccabeu – Marsanne – Roussanne – Vermentino



Univitis is a COOPERATIVE that brings together vineyards and producers of Bordeaux and wines from the South-West.

Inspired by the principles of proximity, equity, solidarity and democracy, these men and women have pooled their energy, talent and passion and have been working TOGETHER for more than 30 years to express the best of their terroirs and face the challenges of today and tomorrow:

– preserve the population, activity and quality of life in the countryside
– reveal the distinctive character of their wines, combining tradition and innovation, cultivated from a mosaic of terroirs and appellations

Val d’orbieu


Val d’Orbieu began in 1967 with 7 winegrowers from Languedoc-Roussillon who decided to unite in order to better promote their wines and their different terroirs around common values.

Today, the Val d’Orbieu Cooperative brings together 9 cooperative wineries in the Aude, Hérault and Pyrénées-Orientales regions, as well as 32 Domaines and Châteaux.

All of these 9500 hectares are cultivated with conviction and respect for the environment to produce high-quality wines, representative of their terroir.



The Vignobles de Vendéole stretch from the Montagne Noire to the foothills of the Pyrenees.

This territory faces a two-fold climatic influence: Mediterranean and Atlantic. The east and west winds shape the grape varieties and the landscape, as well as the character of our winegrowers.
From Cabardès AOP to Malepère AOP, via Cité de Carcassonne IGP, OC IGP and Côtes de Prouilhe IGP, the Vignobles de Vendéole offer a range of wines rich in style and diversity.

Labels and certifications: Vignerons Engagés « Sustainable Winegrowing », Agri-Confiance « Agri-Trust », HVE3 « High Environmental Value », Terra Vitis