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Château Sainte Marie
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...
Pierre-Etienne's first childhood memories are meals at the end of the harvest! You will have understood it, the vines naturally imposed themselves on him to become his passion, then his me...Lire plus Learn more
Château Le Prieur was acquired in 1912 by the Garzaro family. There were only 4 hectares of vines in the Entre-deux-Mers region. After four generations of work, Vignobles Garzaro now cultivates 60 ha in Entre-deux-Mers, 6 ha in Saint-Emilion and 4 ha in Pomerol.
Situated on magnificent clay-limestone slopes well exposed to the mild Bordeaux climate, the vines of Château Le Prieur allow noble grape varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon to give their best. In Pomerol and Saint-Emilion, the deep, gravelly sands allow these grape varieties to produce wines of character.
I was born into the business and took over the estate in 1989, after studying viticulture. Joined by a first brother in 1999, then by a second in 2005, the three of us manage this magnificent family estate.
The meeting that made the biggest impression on me was with Gilles Pauquet, consultant oenologist for the greatest names in the Libourne region (Cheval Blanc, Gazin, L'Evangile), who has now joined our adventure by becoming oenologist for our vineyards. Without him, we would never have reached this level of quality!
My favourite plot is at the top of the hill, one of the highest points in the Gironde, from where I can see the whole property and my Libourne vineyards (with binoculars of course!). I like to go there on my way back after a few days at the fair. Our terroir is an infinite richness that we find in our wines. But be careful not to damage it, we must be respectful of nature and what it gives us!