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Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
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Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion grand cru
The history of Château Mauvinon began in 1962 when Claude Tribaudeau acquired the vineyard and...
Aurélia and Frédéric want their wines to be wines for friends, to share and to drink. There is room for any type of product but it seems important to them to keep the pleasure simple...Lire plus Learn more
Our estate is based on a gravelly sandy soil, very filtering soil that contains nutrients and a rich biological activity because it is an old bed of a tributary of the Garonne. We have grassed (oats, vetch and trellis) the white plots to enrich the soils with organic matter and to ensure a nitrogen supply for the proper development of flavour precursors.
We do not use herbicides at all and prefer to revert to traditional techniques such as putting on vine plants and working our soils. This environmental awareness is guaranteed by our Terra Vitis certification, sustainable viticulture.
As for the harvest, it is mechanical except for our sweet wines for which we find the festive atmosphere of the harvest by calling on all our friends and family who are rewarded with a good meal... if they have worked well!
Our old dream of returning to our family roots and the land was realized in 2015 with the acquisition of our farm. We left Parisian life with our two children to settle down a stone's throw from the place where Aurelia's great uncle had vines: the circle is complete!
We are determined to develop our business towards greater respect for our environment, which is above all our living environment, and to make products that are similar to us. We have therefore broken with the Bordeaux codes to create labels with a more contemporary aesthetic.
To be a winegrower is simply to love the vine and wine! Seeing the material, the plant, the product evolve and guide them in their evolution is wonderful and exciting. All new to the profession, we are very much surrounded and we benefit from the insights of great winegrowers who support us on a daily basis and have actively participated in our training beforehand, in particular Marc and Jean Mèdeville: a great respect and a great thank you to them!
We want our wines to be wines for friends, to share and to drink. There is room for all types of products but it seems important to us to keep the simple pleasure of drinking a glass of wine, that everyone finds what they like without necessarily having to develop an endless technical opinion... So here's to you!