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Château Sainte Marie
Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
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Château Saint-Vincent is a family estate taken over by the fourth generation since 2001...
Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion grand cru
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Château Lauduc is a family property of 120 hectares. However, this extension has not been at the expense of quality. Mr Grandeau's policy is above all to produce a quality wine that respects the environment, as shown by the ISO 14001, SME and HVE (High Environmental Value) certifications. It is this willingness to maintain....Lire plus Learn more
Château Lauduc is a family property of 120 hectares. However, this extension has not been at the expense of quality. Mr Grandeau's policy is above all to produce a quality wine that respects the environment, as shown by the ISO 14001, SME and HVE (High Environmental Value) certifications. It is this desire to maintain regular quality in all vintages that allows Château Lauduc wines to be regularly rewarded at the various competitions (Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon and many others).
The Grandeau family has been running the vineyard since 1919. Since then, the farm 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 expanded it to 120 hectares.
The passion for wine is above all, like vineyards, a family heritage. Although I grew up in the Dordogne, the interest in it is the same as for our whole family who left us, and I consider my return to home ownership in 1997 to be a turning point. Indeed, after completing my business studies and travelling abroad, my return to home ownership seemed obvious. What seems to me to be the most important thing in the world of wine is above all to be able to represent our beautiful region and promote it thanks to quality wines, which make it possible to perfect the reputation of the Bordeaux region.