42, Bordeaux Sec
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42, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
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42, Saint-Emilion grand cru,Bordeaux Sec
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Winegrowers in Bordeaux for 4 generations, we operate on the Right Bank, on the appellations Bordeaux, Bordeaux Rosé, Lalande de Pomerol, Pomerol and St Emilion Grand Cru.Lire plus Learn more
This family property, which extends over 18 hectares, is located on the banks of the Dordogne, on the right bank. The estate has been run for four generations by the Dubois family, today by Xavier, since 1998. A restructuring of the estate is underway, entire parcels are being pulled out to be replanted with better quality rootstocks.
Winegrowers in Bordeaux for four generations, we operate on the Right Bank, in the Bordeaux, Bordeaux Rosé, Lalande de Pomerol, Pomerol and St Emilion Grand Cru appellations. This family estate is located on the banks of the Dordogne, on "loving" soils of clay and limestone. Château Bozelle is located directly on the Dordogne, 2 kilometers from Libourne, and covers 18 hectares of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes. I've been with the domaine since 1998, and now manage the family estates. Our properties have been listed under the "Vigneron Indépendant" label since the late 1980s. With a commercial background (Bac +3 in business school), I've always been interested in the world of wine, and more particularly Bordeaux wines. After working for a year with a major Bordeaux wine merchant, I joined the family domaine to continue the work of previous generations, while modernizing our work tools. Even today, the estate is being restructured, with entire plots of land being uprooted and replanted with higher quality rootstock (notably lower yields). We have also modified our packaging to make it more attractive. Three years ago, we created a sales cellar to welcome our professional and private customers. We still need to focus on sustainable development. I'm also interested in new methods of cultivation (integrated pest management, organic farming). A new challenge for the near future. To this end, two years ago I took a training course on converting estates to organic farming. In the future, I'd like to further develop the property by offering bed and breakfast accommodation.
Being a winegrower is both to make our customers discover our passion for wines and our profession. It is also an art of living. Having had the chance to taste old wines when I was younger, I appreciate the old sweet wines in particular. I also have a weakness for wines that are quite structured, greedy, with a nice woodiness and a nice sweetness to accompany the matter. My greatest memory in the wine world is the tasting of a 1927 Château d'Yquem: jam! I don't like the Bordeaux bashing that is done by some wine critics! Bordeaux is a very beautiful wine region that offers affordable and diversified wines. This region has an outstanding plurality in terms of feel and taste.