Collection: Bordeaux

38 products
  • Chateau Riffaud Bordeaux
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    Produced in Castelviel, a commune in the Gironde department in Nouvelle-Aquataine in Bordeaux.

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  • Chateau Damase Bordeaux Superieur
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    Chateau Damase pioneered the re-introduction of the 'lost Bordeaux grape,' Carmenere. Carmenere is the only grape varietal legally allowed in the blending other than the traditional five Bordeaux varietals.

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  • Chateau Paveil De Luze Margaux Cru Bourgeios
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    Château Paveil de Luze is one of the oldest properties of Médoc. On the road of Cru Bourgeois, in the heart of the appellation of Margaux, in the small town of Soussans, stands a beautiful edifice with two towers that form a landmark on the horizon of vineyards.

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  • Gonet-Medeville Cru Monplaisir Bordeaux Superieur
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    Julie and Xavier Gonet-Medeville are in many ways the first couple of French wines. Both hail from storied winemaking families: Julie's family is famous for its incomparable Chateau Gilette and Xavier comes from a long line of Champagne growers in Le Mesnil.

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  • Chateau de Lescours St Emilion Bordeaux Rouge
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    Still surrounded by a moat to this day, this historic Chateau was originally built in 1341 by a squire of King Edward III. Set amidst a 100 acre forest, the vineyard has its own special microclimate.
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  • Chateau Le Crock Bordeaux Rouge
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    From the Cuvelier family, whose wine roots date back as Negociants to 1804. A century later, in 1903, they finally bought their own estate in Saint Estephe.
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  • Domaine Sylvie Cazes Folie de Chauvin Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
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    The history of Château Chauvin began in 1852 during the division of the great stronghold of Corbin, giving birth to multiple properties, including Chauvin which was then acquired by Jean Fourcaud-Laussac. The latter, who had just offered what would become the Cheval Blanc castle, did considerable work on both areas.
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  • Chateau Le Bon Pasteur Pomerol
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    Château Le Bon Pasteur is a small Pomerol property that has been run by guru oenologist Michel Rolland and his wife Dany since 1978.
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  • Chateau Mauvesin Barton
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    Château Mauvesin was originally built as a real fort with towers, machicolations and arrow slits. The estate was first acquired by Jean de Foix Grailly in 1457. At the end of the fifteenth century it became the property of the Rivière family and was to remain so for many years. During the French Revolution of 1789, the domaine was seized and became National Property. It was only in 1792 that it was sold to Luc Clarcke de Dromantin, a lawyer who was in fact purchasing on behalf of the Le Blanc de Mauvesin family. In 1853, the last Marquis of Mauvesin, Lodoïs Le Blanc de Mauvesin, commissioned the construction of the Château as we know it today.
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  • Chateau de Sales Pomerol Bordeaux Rouge
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    Located in the north-west of the Pomerol appellation, Chateau de sales is the largest estate in the Pomerol appellation.

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