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Château Ferran is located in the Entre-deux-Mers Haut Benauge, in the Bordeaux region. It is on this vineyard that Julien, the winegrower, cultivates his vineyard according to the principles of biodynamics. Plowing...Lire plus Learn more
Château Ferran is located in the Entre-deux-Mers Haut Benauge, in the Bordeaux region. It is on this vineyard that Julien, the winegrower, cultivates his vineyard according to the principles of biodynamics. Tillage, winemaking according to the lunar calendar and indigenous yeasts are all part of the process to be able to offer biodynamic wines. It is the choice of the winegrower.
Julien works 20 hectares of vines on grapes typical of the Bordeaux region. 20% of its vineyard is made up of white grapes. We find Cabernet Sauvignon, Semillon or Muscadelle. On the red side, the vineyard is composed of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc.
Located in the heart of the confidential Bordeaux appellation Haut Benauge, the property was acquired by Julien in 1976. Since then, everything has evolved very quickly in the field, from modernizing work tools to respecting the actions of its elders.
For Julien, the knowledge of his vineyard and his terroir allows him to work his soils while preserving the plant and animal species present on the site. In 2000, the wines were labelled Organic Agriculture. It pursues its objectives and now produces biodynamic wines.
"Organic agriculture allows us to renew our ties with traditional gastronomy and innovate by rediscovering the true taste of food free of chemicals and GMOs. The use of wine in cooking is undoubtedly as old as the vine itself. It is indeed the perfume and not the alcohol that flavors the dishes."
"Bordered by 6 ha of "wild" plots, our vineyard is surrounded by woods, which protects it from external contamination and gives this ecological assemblage of cultivated plots."