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Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
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Clos Floridène is a flagship estate in Bordeaux, part of the Domaines Denis Dubourdieu. It is composed of 17 hectares of red vines (Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot) and 23 hectar....Lire plus Learn more
Clos Floridène is a flagship estate in Bordeaux, part of the Domaines Denis Dubourdieu. It is composed of 17 hectares of red vines (Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot) and 23 hectares of white vines (Sémillon and Sauvignon, Muscadelle). It is with precision and passion that Jean-Jacques Dubourdieu offers wines whose sweetness and aromatic brilliance of fresh fruit reveal a true family passion.
Clos Floridène is a vineyard that was created by Denis and Florence Dubourdieu in 1982. The name of the vineyard comes from the combination of their two first names. Denis is at the time Professor at the Faculty of Oenology of Bordeaux, Vice-President of the Institute of Vine and Wine Sciences and consultant. It is his thirst for new challenges that will push him to expand the vineyard in parallel with his other activities. In particular, it acquires plots of land in the municipalities of Pujols-sur-Ciron and Illats. In 2005, he launched the creation of a cellar specific to the estate, the wines being vinified until then at Château Renon. Today, it is his son Jean Jacques who leads the estate with as much passion and enthusiasm as his father, teacher and mentor.
As a winegrower from father to son, I have to think about future generations. We do our utmost to ensure that nature is respected. In order to promote biodiversity, we also manage a forest park not far from the estate, of the same size. We maintain our vines by traditional ploughing, do not add any pesticides and work with our own vegetable compost. Thus "grown like a garden", our vines delight us every year with concentrated and tasty grapes.