Château Haut-Bacalan

The quintessence of our vineyard of Pessac, this Cru Château Haut-Bacalan combining power and refinement reveals an aromatic complexity dominated by black fruits, some sweet spices, subtle floral nuances and empyreumatic notes.

Clayey gravels
55% Merlot – 40% Cabernet Sauvignon – 5% Petit Verdot
Double Guyot pruning
Planting density : 10 000 vines/ha
Sustainable farming
Hand harvested per plot – rigorous selection of the grapes in the cellar.
Fermentation for 3 or 4 weeks in t° controlled stainless-steel vats
Aging for 12 months in new oak barrels
20 000 bottles
Tasty red meat, grilled,
roasted or with sauce, stewed dishes, game and cheeses

Domaine du Salut

“Young winegrowers in the Graves, we changed our lives in 2015 to settle in our native region on a 16-hectare farm.
My husband takes care of the vines with a constant concern for our environment and, as cellar master, I strive to produce wines with roundness and very fruity for a friendly way of consumption! ” Aurelia
Pale yellow color, nose of white flowers with hints of citrus. Its freshness and its very nice volume in the mouth make it an elegant wine, suitable for all opportunities.
Vineyard area: 16 Hectares
Terroir: Graves
Grapes: 80% Semillon 20% Sauvignon
Age of the vines: 40 years
Vineyard management: Zero herbicide, organic conversion
Harvest: Harvest at peak maturity with de-stemming of the harvest
Vinification: In thermo-regulated stainless steel vats
Ageing: in concrete vats, on lees
Average annual production: 20,000 bottles

Château La Fleur Plaisance

Our story of Chateau La Fleur Plaisance begins with the meeting of two wine enthusiasts. Stephane grew up at
Chateau La Fleur Plaisance which has been in his family for seven generations. I am not the daughter of CHATEAU LA FLEUR PLAISANCE, AOC MONTAGNE SAINT EMILION, VINS DEwinegrowers  but I have had a love of wine from a very young age. Like Stephane, I decided that my passion would become my job and joined him in the adventure of Chateau La Fleur Plaisance. Located between Pomerol and Saint- Emilion, the geographical position on Montagne Saint-Emilion is a major asset: an exceptional geographical location “PARSAC”, creator of great wine!

Chateau La Fleur Plaisance extends over 12 hectares with benefits of a prestigious terroir; Parsac has a strong identity. We age wines with fairly powerful structures, easily recognizable. Chateau La Fleur Plaisance is a wine of « terroir » whose age of the vines and quality of the clay- limestone soil allow this wine to give its typicity, structure and quality of tannins. It is a beautiful representation of a « Montagne Saint-Emilion ».

COLOR: Ruby tint, deep
NOSE: Intense with fruity notes of vine peaches and a hind of dry fig. MOUTH: The wine is ample on the palate, pleasant and crunchy with a nice aromatic finish of red fruits and currant.

AOC : Montagne Saint-Emilion
Area: 12 hectares with HVE certification
Terroir: Clay and limestone
Grape varieties: 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Age of vines: an average of 55 years
Vineyard management: Traditional
Vinification: traditional in thermoregulated concrete vats
Aging: In concrete vats
Yearly production: 30,000 bottles

Château Maison-Neuve

Hello I am Alexia Eymas and I represent the 4th generation of women wine producers at Château Maison-Neuve It began with my great grand mother, then passed to my grand mother and then my mother refined our processes a little more, Alexia Eymas sur ses cuvesnow I am running the vineyard enhancing it by adding my personal touches. After studying sociology, journalism and politics, I chose to return to the natural values of the land by favoring my adopted region of Aquitaine. My studies at ENITA in Bordeaux along with my apprenticeship at a property in Margaux for wine making then worked in a cooperative cellar to understand the multitude of terroirs that surround us.
My education and experience has allowed me to create my range of wines that bring new commercial opportunities. My focus is to bring out the best in what our terroir offers us by adapting it to the climatology to produce wines with a unique character for each vintage.

The cuvée Tradition is purple in color in its youth with aromas of fresh fruit. It stands out for its complexity and finesse on the palate, all in a toasted flavour. Ideal to match white and red meats, cheeses and gourmet dishes.

AOC : Blaye-Côtes de Bordeaux
Superficie : 42 hectares
Terroir : Argilo-calcaire
Cépages pour le vin “Aliénor”
87% Merlot / 10 % Cabernet Sauvignon / 3% Malbec
Age des Vignes : 32 ans en moyenne Conduite du vignoble : Traditionnelle Vendanges : Mécaniques
Vinification : Extraction-pigeage 10 jours/Cuvaison 40 jours
Elevage : En barriques et en cuves souterraines
Production moyenne : 200 000 bouteilles

Château Lescaneaut

Hi my name is Malika and I represent the 6th generation of our families winegrowing. I have been attached to our estate since I was a little “wild child” but as I grew older and more mature I developed a determination and passion found in the values of the Alienor to succeed.Malika Wine Paris 2020

I age Lescaneaut wines for the sake of authenticity and naturalness. Certified organic since 2009, I have also been applying biodynamic principles at the estate since the end of 2020 to enhance my terroir and closely support the cycle of my vines.
The wines of Castillon-Cotes de Bordeaux are gourmet and pleasant tasting wines. The uniqueness of Chateau Lescaneaut is that we have two types of complementary terroir, Clay on Limestone on our slopes and loamy-gravelly soils around the Chateau that overlooks the Dordogne River. Our Red wines are fine and elegant , with a beautiful freshness. This ensures them to blend and enhance the cooking of the « terroir » or more sophisticated cuisine. The aromas of red and black fruits mingle with the subtle woody notes. On the palate, the attack is supple with always a fine and delicate structure. “Our wine is Sun in a bottle”. open a Lescaneaut and you will feel a ray of sunshine”.

AOC : Castillon-Côtes de Bordeaux
Area : 8.80 Hectares
Terroirs: Clay, Limestone and Gravel
Grape varieties: : 75% Merlot
15% Cabernet Sauvignon
10% Cabernet Franc
Age of vines : 40 ans
Vineyard management: certificated Organic
Harvest : Manual and mechanics
Vinification: Natural fermentation in temperature-controlled concrete vats followed by maceration for 3 to 4 weeks Soft extraction of color and tannins
Ageing: Stainless steel or cement vats and 12 months in barrels
Yearly production: 35,000 btles Continue reading “Château Lescaneaut”

Château Mongravey

“Trained as a Physical therapist, I joined Régis Bernaleau in 1999, owner of Château Mongravey. I naturally embraced the vineyard to bring today my very personal touch. Mongravey has become for me an everyday passion for the terroir. After much patience and listening,

we adopted each other in order to share today my sense of the wine and the one that Nature gives us.”

 Shiny intense blue colour with a lovely concentration.
Complexe and full of sweetness nose, with very young notes of peat, wood, golden bread crust.
Mouth powerful and caressing at the same time, where the fruit appears tenderly married to liquorice and vanilla.
The best is to come. What a lovely promise…

AOC : Margaux Cru Bourgeois Superieur
Vineyard area : 14.5 Hectares
Soil type : Gravely soil from the garonne area dating from the quaternary period and composed of sand and pebbles.
Grape varieties :
70% Cabernet Sauvignon/30% Merlot/2% Cabernet Franc
Average age of vines : 45 years
Vineyard management : Traditionnal
Harvesting : By hand and destemming
Wine making techniques : Fermentations take place in thermo-regulated stainless steel vats for 6 to 10 days depending on the vintage.
Ageing : 100% French oak barrels, medium toast,
fine grain.8 different coopers. 14-18 months maturing.
Annual production : 95.000 bottles

Clos de la Cure

“Born in Bordeaux, I was naturally drawn to the fascinating world of
wine, and studied both its production and its commercialisation. I later had the good fortune to meet my husband, Pierre, who comes from a long line of St Emilion winemakers. In 1999 we took over the family business and, complimenting and encouraging one another, we have applied both our ideas and our values to this delightfully situated estate. It is with honour and enthusiasm that I direct both my energy and my feminine intuition to the daily organisation of our estate.”

Deep ruby red color. Nose intense with wild red berry fruit aromas. On the palate, fruity attack with hints of spicy and oak comming throught. Ripe tannins with good backbone.

Vineyard area : 6.5 Hectares (20 for the estate)
Soil type : Chalky clay plateau
Grape varieties :
80% Merlot
20% Cabernet franc
Average age of vines : 20 to 30 years
Vineyard management : Traditionnal, simple guyot pruning, “green” harvest
Harvesting : Hand picking or mechanised according different plots
Wine making techniques : Traditional in thermoregulated vats, FML in cask
Ageing : 15-18 months in cask
Annual production : 30.000 bottles

Château Suau

“Slightly hidden behind a curtain of hundred-year-old oak trees, Château Suau, flanked with its two towers covered with ivy, recalls that in the 16th century it was the hunting lodge of the Duke of Epernon, favorite of King Henry III and admiral of France, before belonging the Suau family. Sold on numerous occasions throughout history, I have acquired Château Suau in 1986. “

Since 2014, Alejandro Bulgheroni has been a shareholder of the property. Since 2014 as well, all the wines produced are certified Organic by Ecocert.

The best Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc are selected to be aged for 12 months in French oak barrels. The wine of Château Suau will seduce you with its toasted aromas, cocoa and vanilla. Delicately woody, you will appreciate its full and silky mouthful and its fresh finish. To drink as an aperitif, with red meats or with all cheeses.

AOC : Cadillac-Côtes de Bordeaux
Vineyard Area: 66 Hectares
Terroir: Clayey-gravelly hillsides South / South-East exposure
Grape varieties: 70% Merlot – 20% Cabernet Sauvignon – 10% Cabernet Franc
Age of vines: 23 years
Vineyard management: Simple Guyot in organic farming
Harvest: Manual or mechanized depending on the plots
Vinification: Traditional in a thermo-regulated concrete vats
Aging: In French oak barrels renewed by 1/3 every year
Yearly production: 450,000 bottles

Château La Freynelle

“After 7 generations of vinegrowers, Véronique Barthe, first girl of the family since the French Revolution, inherits in 1992 the family estate. She puts all her passion and energy to give it a new start adding her personal feminine touch to this demanding challenge. The taking over seems to be ensured by now, since Pierrick, Manon, and Célia already share this passion for the vineyards!”

Bright, pale yellow, intense aromatic noise with a hint of exotic fruit. Very fruity, mellow, well-balanced and long in the mouth.

AOC : Bordeaux
Vineyard area : 80 Hectares
Soil type : Clay-limestone
Grape varieties :
60% Sauvignon
20% Semilion
20% Muscadelle
Average age of vines : 25 years
Vineyard management : Traditional, pruning:single Guyot.
Harvesting : The grapes are picked at full maturity and destemming of the harvest
Wine making techniques : Traditional with a slow and gentle pressing. The temperature is maintained at around 19°C during fermentation.
Ageing : Traditionnal
Certification : HVE
Annual production : 120.000 bottles

Château Fonbadet

“I was born in the estate, like Obélix I “fell” into the magic potion when I was little. From my grand parents to my parents who were vinegrower, it did not take long to realize I was made for this life. After a ten years collaboration with my father, I am taking care with a lot of enthusiasm of the future of Fonbadet.”

Worthy style of the Grands crus classés that surround the estate “Château Latour, Château Mouton Rothschild, Château Lynch Bages, Château Pichon Comtesse”. The wines of the Fonbadet seduce with their traditional and robust structures and their round and silky tanins. One of the best quality price of Pauillac.

Vineyard area : 20 Hectares
Soil type : Gravely soil from the garonne area
Grape varieties :
60% Cabernet Sauvignon,
20% Merlot
15% Cabernet Franc
5% Petit verdot and malbec
Average age of vines : More 50 years
Vineyard management : Traditionnal
Harvesting : Only by hand
Wine making techniques : Traditionnal (no concentrating process, no filtration…)
Ageing : 50% in news barrels
Annual production : 25.000 to 30.000 bottles
Wine consultant : Mr. Eric Boissenot