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The estate has been known since the 12th century. It was then called "la Mothe de Margaux" and had no vines. Many important lords succeeded to the estate. At the initiative of the Lestonnac family, in the 16th century, one third...
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It is over a century since the Thienpont family began to look after this estate. It is 1 km from Pomerol, at the heart of Libourne, in the east of Bordeaux region. Today Alexandre Thienpont, 3rd generation of the family, holds...
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The majestic estate dates from 1670, and is one of the five Premier Grands Crus classified in Médoc in 1855. At that time, Jacques de Ségur called it Château Lafite and already placed it amongst the loveliest properties in the...
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In 2000, the Chaigneau family took over this former hunting lodge from the Dukes of Epernon in the sixteenth century for their newly graduated son Jean-François. His brother Philippe, then a tennis player, soon caught on to his...
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This estate has existed since Medieval times. It was built by the Seigneurie de Lescours, in the Beauregard sector, west of the Cheval Blanc castle. It is now owned by the Capdeville family, settled in La Chapelle Lescours on...
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The 4.8 hectares of vineyards belonging to Château Vieux Taillefer, made up of Saint-Émilion Grand Cru, were bought at the end of 2006 by Catherine and Philippe Cohen. They settled in this terroir combining clay-limestone and...
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Château Léoville Barton, second Grand Cru Classé, is on one of the best outcrops of gravel in the Garonne, at the heart of the Bordeaux appellation of Saint-Julien. The 40-year-old vines grow on Garonne gravels with clay-gravel...
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The Chaperon family had the château built in the Directoire style at the entry to Pomerol village, in Libourne. Written records trace the estate back to the early 19th century, notably an 1868 edition of "Cocks & Féret". Château...
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Created in 1850 by the Dutruch family, this estate was bought in 1967 by François Cordonnier, the former manager of the Château de Chenonceau. His nephew Jean-Baptiste then continued his work. Finally, since 2016, his...
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The estate began with the Larsan family in the 17th century. Its excellence quickly came to light in Le Féret, the wine guide of the period, which in 1874 classed it as one of the best estates of the appellation. The Flageul...
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At first called Château Haut-Truchon, the estate was re-named Château Bouscaut by the Chabanneau family, at the time of their purchase in 1881. It is located at Cadaujac, at the heart of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, close to...
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Archives place the birth of this sumptuous estate in the 16th century. It was then the property of the Guiraud family. The descendants of the family, the Dejeans, inherited it. It was part of the huge Grand-Puy estate that...
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This 63-ha vineyard is in the Grand-Poujeaux area, at Moulis-en-Médoc to the north-east of Bordeaux. It was purchased by Roger and André Dourthe, proud descendants of a great line of wine-makers dating back to the reign of Louis...
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A chateau in the Haut-Médoc, producing wine since the 18th century. Located on the edge of Gironde, this property enjoys a micro-climate which enables the production of authentic, top quality wines. Château Charmail has...
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The Château d'Issan is a magnificent 12th century castle situated to the west of the Margaux appellation, north-east of the Bordeaux Supérieur, on gravelly hilltops of the Quaternary age. It has an extraordinary history that has...
For 75 cl (48,40 € / L)
Produced by the De Luze maison which has existed since the 19th century, this wine is made according to Bordeaux traditions. Aged for 8-9 months in casks, this Bordeaux asserts itself as a great classic with its Merlot, Cabernet...
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Belonging to the Quié family since 1946, the Château Rauzan-Gassies is located on one of the most beautiful Bordeaux appellations, Margaux. Since the start of the 2000s, this estate has been producing exceptional wines with this...
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Close to Saint-Émilion, this appellation is often forgotten, but it produces charming, characterful wines. Located on one of the most beautiful limestone mounds of the appellation, the Château Vrai Canon Bouché is one of the...
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The estate has been known of since 1874 and is situated on the upper part of the Lalande-de-Pomerol appellation, not far from the town of Pomerol in the Bordeaux region. 14 Ha now spreads over a gravel soil on clay and...
For 75 cl (32,53 € / L)
In the 17th century, these noble lands were bequeathed by Jean de Martigny, the king's advisor, to Jean-Paul Loret, and it later became the property of Baron Haussmann. Laurent and Sophie Cisneros took over this 46-hectare...
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This beautiful 7-ha estate has been in the Bolleau family since 2008. Olivier Bernard, famous owner of the Graves Chevalier Grand Cru Classé estate, manages it on a daily basis. The vineyard is mainly old Merlot vines growing...
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A family estate since 1976, today it is managed by Julien Ferran. First converted to organic farming, this chateau has been certified as biodynamic since 2010. Currently 35 hectares of vines are cultivated around the...
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