Anaïs fell into it when she was little. Even if she first tried to work...
Château des Annereaux
Dominique never asked himself what he wanted to do... He always knew. Its...
Château Sainte Marie
Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
Château Sainte-Marie is a wine estate located in the heart of the Entre-deux-Mers, in the heart of the...
Château Saint-Vincent is a family estate taken over by the fourth generation since 2001...
Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion grand cru
The history of Château Mauvinon began in 1962 when Claude Tribaudeau acquired the vineyard and...
Château Haut Rigal, the wine that has eaten the lion...Château Haut Rigal is 6 successive generations of winegrowers in Bordeaux and Graves appellations... Located in Pian sur Garonne in the South Gironde, n...Lire plus Learn more
Château Haut Rigal, the wine that has eaten the lion...Château Haut Rigal, it is 6 successive generations of winegrowers in Bordeaux and Graves appellations... Located in Pian sur Garonne in the South Gironde, we are on the slopes overlooking the Garonne. Concerned to make the most of this terroir and its sunshine, we combine modern techniques and the experience of generations to produce gourmet wines that are authentic, elegant, fruity and friendly, the characteristics of our wines that we wish to share.
At the age of 30, Marielle Baissas wanted to take over from her parents after studying agricultural engineering and starting a career in the food industry in Brittany, and from the moment I arrived, I wanted to create a range of fresher wines: fruity and elegant wines to taste during moments of conviviality. Concerned about environmental aspects, I am part of the "High Environmental Value" approach through my farming practices: Château Haut Rigal, "Le vin qui a mangé du lion"
The estate's vines are located on the "Haut" Pian, in the place called RIGAL. Lulled by the westerly winds and wildlife on the foothills of the Garonne, we produce fruity and character wines with the help of four generations (great-grandmother, grandparents, children and grandchildren), hence the Lion's emblem in a grape berry.