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Bordeaux vineyard, Entre-Deux-Mers terroir
Bordeaux is crossed by the Garonne and Dordogne rivers. The region between them is called the Entre-Deux-Mers. The largest wine-growing region in Bordeaux, it has a temperate maritime climate, and is made up of a rich clay-limestone subsoil, highly suitable for growing vines.
Committed production from the vine to the glass.
A quality system to uphold the requirements of AOP Bordeaux
Since 1980, we have been committed to consistently high-quality production, drawing the best from each vintage. We watch over our vines and cellars all year round, to best prepare the future vintage.
We have a wide range of AOP Bordeaux wines. Whether they are red, rosé, dry white, sweet white or crémant, our wines meet the quality requirements of the AOP: density of plantation, choice of grape varieties, type of vinification, ageing, bottling.
The vines are cultivated on clay-limestone plots in the Entre-Deux-Mers terroir. They thus benefit from a temperate oceanic climate influenced by the two rivers, with their tides rising every day.
On Saint Vincent’s Day, 22 January, the vines are pruned to welcome the first buds, then tended throughout the growing cycle, in order to preserve the berries.
At the end of September, we harvest the grapes by machine, which allows us to separate the berries from the stems and recover the best that the vine has to offer.
In the autumn, the cellar masters carry out the vinification, adapted to suit the vintage.
Our oenologists then make the blend, specific depending on the colour of the wine.