Anaïs est tombée dedans quand elle était petite. Même si elle a d’abord tenté de travailler ...
Château des Annereaux
Dominique ne s’est jamais posé la question de ce qu’il voulait faire ... Il a toujours su. Son ...
Château Sainte Marie
Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
Le château Sainte-Marie est un domaine viticole situé au cœur de l'Entre-deux-Mers, dans la ...
Le Château Saint-Vincent est un domaine familial repris depuis 2001 par la quatrième génération ...
Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion grand cru
L’histoire du Château Mauvinon débute en 1962 lorsque Claude Tribaudeau acquiert le vignoble et ...
The vineyard, owned by a family since 1616, dominates the Dropt valley in the heart of the Entre-deux-Mers region. For three generations, we have been harvesting, maturing and bottling the great wines that have made our estate famous.Lire plus Learn more
The vineyard, owned by a family since 1616, dominates the Dropt valley in the heart of the Entre-deux-Mers region. For three generations, we have been harvesting, maturing and bottling the great wines that have made our estate famous.
In 1929, Jacques Regaud, an agricultural engineer and passionate about viticulture, began research into the best terroirs to produce great wines before moving on to the plantation. Jean-Pierre Regaud returned in 1979 to continue his father's work after spending a few years overseas. Immediately, he embarked on an ambitious project: to equip the Château with a modern winemaking cellar, fully equipped with stainless steel tanks and the latest innovations of the time, including temperature control, and the next generation took over in 1996, in the person of Michaël Regaud. The same passion for wine, the same love of travel, and always the pioneering spirit that characterizes the family. Its main focus: the meticulous selection of wood from all over the world and constantly refined winemaking and maturing techniques
"The Unknown Winegrower" Lost in the middle of the vines, we have, for as long as the memory goes back, a silent tenant, a simple tomb, at the end of a row of vines, is his home. This burial without inscription is not listed in any document, but it is at the origin of the name Le Vigneron Unonnu given to this parcel composed of old Cabernet Sauvignon and a few feet of Merlot. Who was he? Who was he? History has it that jewellery disappeared in a neighbouring house and that a poor winegrower was accused of theft and hanged in an expeditious manner. The jewels having been found shortly afterwards, the owner, to make amends, would have reserved a place for him in the middle of the vines and would have committed himself to having his family maintain the tomb.... Since then, what is certain is that the burial is still regularly flowered. And, on some foggy evenings, several neighbours have seen fugitive shadows around the grave that fade away as you approach.