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The Lescaneaut estate is located in the Côtes de Bordeaux-Castillon region. Malika and her husband, Pascal, took over the property in 2003. The marriage of the grandparents made it possible to bring together two domains combining....Lire plus Learn more
The Lescaneaut estate is located in the Côtes de Bordeaux-Castillon region. Malika and her husband, Pascal, took over the property in 2003. The marriage of the grandparents made it possible to bring together two estates, thus combining parcels of plains and hillsides. In the plain, around the house overlooking the Dordogne, Cabernets sauvignons and Cabernets francs ripen on gravelly soils. While on the hillsides, the Merlot grapes flourish on a clayey-limestone soil.
It is the blending of these three grape varieties that gives birth to Château Lescaneaut, an organic wine with finesse and authenticity.
Pascal and Malika have atypical backgrounds and a common passion. After a doctorate in psychology, Malika worked as a psychologist for 20 years. Pascal will follow an architect's training and will also pass a viti-oeno patent in order to be able to take care of the vines. In parallel with his job as prime contractor, Pascal vinified wine alone for several years. Very enterprising and with great optimism, he enlarged the cellar and restructured the plots. At the turn of her forties, Malika was caught up in her love for Lescaneaut and returned full time to the land where she was born! It validates a tasting diploma at the University of Bordeaux (DUAD) to sharpen its perceptions and match the qualities of a wine with the stages of its production.
Pascal and Malika now make a couple wine. Hand in hand, they make an artisanal wine, and question themselves every year to offer an authentic and organic wine.
Being a winegrower means being in love with the vine to get the best out of it without impoverishing the soil and organic life. Respect the earth, accompany the seasons, be reactive and humble towards Mother Nature. To be actors of the environmental wealth of our region. We have naturally chosen organic farming to respect our vines and people. Being a winegrower also means wanting to please those who will drink our wine. We love our wines for their finesse and generosity. We wish to share our piece of land and our vision of conviviality through our wine.
Our wine is a mixture of memories and dreams for tomorrow driven by the process of transforming grapes into wine. We accompany this process as best we can, believing in the magic of the living of this old beverage that brings people together and unties languages. Each vintage is another child to be raised, with its particularities and requirements, its personality and charm. We certainly don't want vintages that are similar. We do not know what our wine (life) of tomorrow will be like because, as we meet and question it, we wish it and you renewal!