Sud-Ouest, Vin de France
The story of Egiategia is surprising. Passionate about vines since childhood, Emmanuel...
Domaine de la Caillabère
Sud-Ouest, Béarn,Comté Tolosan
Nestled in the heart of the Pyrenean Piedmont, a wine-growing region since Gallo-Roman times, it is the...
Domaine de Maillac
Sud-Ouest, Coteaux du Quercy
Established since 1987 at the Domaine de Maillac in the Tarn et Garonne, Roland and Ulrike...
Château Le Terme Blanc
Having made a career in the environment, Laurent Russac preferred to return to his environment...
Châteaux Montus et...
Sud-Ouest, Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh,Madiran,Côtes de Gascogne
Discoverer of the terroirs and passionate creator, Alain has become in 30 years the icon of the South-West, Alain...
The Presentation of the domainWhere are you located? Which grape varieties do you produce? Is your vineyard on a hillside or on a plain, what exposure? Which harvesting method do you use? What are your soils made of? How does the terroir end up in your wines? Confirm CancelLire plus Learn more
The Presentation of the domainWhere are you located? Which grape varieties do you produce? Is your vineyard on a hillside or on a plain, what exposure? Which harvesting method do you use? What are your soils made of? How does the terroir end up in your wines? Confirm Cancel
Château de Lacquy, a family estate since 1711: an ecological showcaseIn 1711, the Château de Lacquy estate became part of the family of the current owner, Count Gilles de Boisséson. The records and books of account of the time show that the production of wine and armagnac was important, the vines being essentially of the "Piquepoult" grape variety, known today as Folle Blanche. Since 1711, each generation has brought its own brand to the estate and has been committed to the excellence of its Armagnac.
The Château de Lacquy, a place of resistanceAfter the death of her husband, Maurice de Boisséson, Françoise de Greling, moved to Lacquy and entered a network in July 1940, bringing English and Canadian pilots to Spain. She participated in the creation of a maquis in 1943 in the forests of the domain and was appointed mayor of Lacquy at the Liberation by the provisional government of General de Gaulle. His conduct would earn him the War Cross.