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In the past years, the Artner family business has made a name for itself by creating some of Austria’s best wines.
This property newly exploited by the Fontana family is one of their best terroir.
Château Brown, as the name suggests, is testament to the close ties which have long existed between the Bordeaux region and our Anglo-Saxon cousins.
For the last 130 years, this vineyard, created in 1875 by the Coste family has been in the family of François Gauthier, current owner Bordering the south of the Valley of the Garonne on its left bank, it continually has an excellent sunshine and gives a wine with a faithful expression of the terroir of the Graves dunes.
This estate has been in the family for 3 generations now but was formerly part of the chateau Malromé, where Henri de Toulouse Lautrec used to live.
Located in the heart of the village, Château de Lussac is clearly visible due to its distinctive architecture.
Since the 1997 vintage the wines produced by this Château have spent one year maturing in barrels.
Château Gentillot is a family estate situated by the Graves de Vayres appellation between Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion.
Owned by the Visage family since 1950, Isabelle Visage is now in charge of the property and works on the vinification herself.
The vineyard of this chateau is famous for having belonged to Jeanne de Lestonac, the niece of the famous 16th century French author, Michel de Montaigne.
The name “Mackay” was originally given to the locality and then to the vineyard.
Located in the heart of the Médoc vineyard, this estate reveals all the authenticity of a family inheritance over three generations.
Chateau Richebon stems from the 5th classified growth Chateau Croizet-Bages, as it was founded by the Croizet brothers in the 18th century.
Located in the St Christophe des Bardes commune, Chateau Valde offers this cuvee from the “Renaissance” of the estate.
AIMÉ BOUCHER is a famous winemaker of Loire Valley vineyard - France, native of Huisseau-sur-Cosson, close to Chambord.
After several years of family assistance on his father’s farm, Henri Négrier bought his first parcel of vines in 1978.
White and Red Grenache of premium quality dues to the proximity to the Ebre region.