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Régis and Hervé, run this soon to be centenary estate (1923) of 60 hectares, respecting the specifications of the organic culture since 2019. He wishes to represent the beautiful region of the b...Lire plus Learn more
Régis and Hervé, run this soon to be centenary estate (1923) of 60 hectares, respecting the specifications of the organic culture since 2019. They wish to represent the beautiful Bordeaux region and to highlight it in their wines. Their will to maintain a constant quality through the vintages allows Château Lauduc to be regularly rewarded in different competitions.
Château Lauduc is a family property of 60 hectares located in the Entre Deux Mers. The policy of the winemaker is above all, to produce a quality wine while respecting the environment as shown by the SME and HVE (High Environmental Value) certifications. Since 2019, Château Lauduc is converting to organic viticulture with the objective of having all the wines of Château Lauduc certified AB in 2023.
It is this will to maintain a regular quality on all the vintages which allows the wines of Château Lauduc to be regularly rewarded in the various Competitions (Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon and many others).
The Grandeau family has been running the vineyard since 1923. Since then, the exploitation has not left the family. The vineyard located on the heights of Tresses, is one of the first vineyards on the right bank and is located just outside Bordeaux. At the time, they represented 10.5 hectares. Today, the two Grandeau brothers, Régis and Hervé, have made it possible to enlarge it and reach 60 hectares.
The passion for wine is above all, like vineyards, a family heritage. Although we grew up in the Dordogne, the interest for this one is as much for our whole family as it is for us. The winegrower considers his return to ownership in 1997 to be a turning point.
Indeed, after completing his business studies and travelling abroad, his return to home ownership seemed obvious. What seems to him to be the most important thing in the world of wine is above all to be able to represent their beautiful region and promote it thanks to quality wines, which make it possible to perfect the reputation of the Bordeaux region.