The wines of Bordeaux are a reference throughout the world. Everyone envies us the marvellous Bordeaux grands crus. If Bordeaux wines are so appreciated, it is mainly thanks to the exceptional terroir of this region, but also thanks to the know-how of the winegrowers, which has been passed on from generation to generation for decades. We have selected for you some of the winegrowers who contribute to the worldwide reputation of this region !
In 2007, Philippe and Chantal decided to take over the castle. It was one of their dreams to produce their own wine. The vines are located in the Pessac-Léognan appellation on gravelly soil. Protected from the ocean and enhanced by this magnificent soil, the wines are crisp and delicious.
The castle is located in the communes of Donzac, Semens, Loupiac and La Sauve Majeure. It is a certified organic family estate that produces magnificent wines. Six generations of know-how have enabled the estate to achieve this quality. These are wines with character, we advise you to keep them for a few years to sublimate them.
In 2010, Martial Mignet took over the estate, combining tradition and modernity. The estate covers 5 hectares in Saint Estèphe, the northern appellation of the Médoc and produces quality wines. The estate cultivates its vines organically. The result? Intense and structured wines.
The Château cultivates its vines in the Lalande de Pomerol appellation. It is a family vineyard steeped in history and since 2010 has been following organic farming methods. The Château produces racy wines with a lot of character and charm. Keep the bottles for a few years and the result will be all the more excellent.
The domain is atypical! Their goal? To break the codes by expressing the full potential of Merlot! The vineyard is located on a clay-limestone plateau in Saint Emilion and the vines are in conversion to organic farming. The result is remarkable. These are wines to be shared with friends or family.
In 1976, the château was acquired by Julien. Located in Bordeaux in the Haut Benauge appellation, he decided to modernise the estate and cultivate wines according to the principle of biodynamics. Thus, the vinification is made according to the lunar calendar with typical grape varieties of the Bordeaux region.
In 1995, Guy d'Arfeuille acquired the Chante Alouette estate. Located in the Saint Emilion appellation, Antoine, his son, enlarged the vineyard and modernised it to improve the work of the vines and the quality of the wine, notably with the help of oenologists. His wines are majestic and fruity.
The château has been a family estate since the 1930s. It is owned by two families, Thibault and Caminade. The vines are located on the heights of the Génissac plateau where the soil is clay and gravel. Since then, the estate has been enlarged by the purchase of plots of land to promote its development.
A true family story, this estate located in the rolling hills of the Entre Deux Mers region is known for its good wines but also for its original and attractive name. Chibaou! Or horse in Gascon dialect, a tribute to his great-grandfather, a former coachman and farrier, who was the first to work the family vineyards.