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Château des Annereaux
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Château Sainte Marie
Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
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Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion grand cru
L’histoire du Château Mauvinon débute en 1962 lorsque Claude Tribaudeau acquiert le vignoble et ...
Our Château is a magnificent 82-hectare vineyard located on the slopes of the Cadillac appellation. Our 66 hectares of vines, in one piece, surround the farm buildings. The vineyard produces wines from different Bordeaux appellations, the terroir is mainly composed of clay and gravel. The different grape varieties are adapted to the type of wine....Lire plus Learn more
Our Château is a magnificent 82-hectare vineyard located on the slopes of the Cadillac appellation. Our 66 hectares of vines, in one piece, surround the farm buildings. The vineyard produces wines from different Bordeaux appellations, the terroir is mainly composed of clay and gravel. The different grape varieties are adapted to the predominant soil type. The south-south-east exposure at the top of the hillsides allows both ideal sunshine for the vines and natural soil drainage. The vineyard is surrounded by forests and hedges, aiming to maintain biodiversity and a balance between cultivated and wild areas. In 2008, our estate began its conversion to organic farming. Since the 2014 vintage, all the wines produced have been Ecocert certified and are produced under the direction of Michel Rolland.
Our Château is deeply marked by the tradition and history of its various owners. The castle was once a hunting lodge. Suau is the family that undertook a complete restoration during the 17th century, today this castle still bears their name. The estate belonged to Clément Gopp of Bordeaux, a wine merchant who was described as the Lord of Suau in 1750.
Last year, we had the addition of a new grape maturity control system: wild boars. When they started tasting the grapes from the plots near our woods, we knew that the harvest was not far away!