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Château Les Hauts de Caillevel is an 18-hectare vineyard located in Pomport, in the south of Bergerac, in the Dordogne. The 11 grape varieties, grown on Karstic rocks on the plateau of Mo...Lire plus Learn more
Château Les Hauts de Caillevel is an 18-hectare vineyard located in Pomport, in the south of Bergerac, in the Dordogne. The 11 grape varieties, grown on Karstic rocks of the Monbazillac plateau and on clayey-limestone slopes, give each of our wines their uniqueness, substance and aromas. In order to cultivate the vine in a balanced ecosystem, we produce with passion an organic and lively wine.
We are happy to have taken over this beautiful estate just before the 2018 harvest. We wanted to plunge our hands into the land and water and live this passion for wine that drives us on a daily basis. We are a family with three young children, and we are all very enthusiastic to be able to continue the development of the farm. We are proud to be part of the history of the Hauts de Caillevel, and to perpetuate its know-how thanks to the precious support of Marc and Sylvie, the previous owners. We will continue to produce the lively, original and generous wines that have made this beautiful estate famous.
There is no greater joy than to see that the fruit from the vine has been rich and generous. But why this generosity? Maybe the vine plant wanted to thank the winegrower for taking good care of him, for planting him in a soil he liked, for watering him, for maintaining him well. for allowing him to live in a rich and varied environment. Here in Caillevel, previous generations of winegrowers have experienced this joy many times and we too would like to know it. For this reason we want to love these vines every day, even if we know that some years it may be harder because the ecosystem will have a say.