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The Bordeaux appellation is a so-called “regional appellation”, which means that its wines come from all over the Gironde, a great wine-growing region capable of production wine of AOC quality. These wine have to undergo very rigorous controls.

Supple and generous, Bordeaux wines are always welcom !

The characteristics of these wines differ for each vintage, but whether they’re fruity or robust, the quality is always there.


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Red Bordeaux



The Bordeaux appellation is a so-called “regional appellation”, which means that its wines come from all over the Gironde, a great wine-growing region capable of production wine of AOC quality. These wine have to undergo very rigorous controls. Supple and generous, Bordeaux wines are always welcom ! The characteristics of these wines differ for each vintage, but whether they’re fruity or robust, the quality is always there.

TYPE OF SOIL : chalky-clay.

GRAPE VARIETIES : 80% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.

TASTING NOTES : This wine presents a dark red robe. The nose offers aromas of ripened blackberries and currants. The mouth-feel is round and full. A frank wine would go well grilled meat dishes.
To be tasted between 14-16°C.



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Bordeaux Supérieur



The wines of Bordeaux Supérieur appellation are selected from the Bordeaux appellation. Subjected to stricter conditions of production and maturing than the latter, thes wines show characteristics of great quality, with ageing potential. Bordeaux Supérieurs are complete wines displaying a range of flavours and aromas capable of seducing all wine-lovers.

TYPE OF SOIL : chalky-clay.

GRAPE VARIETIES : 50% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc.

TASTING NOTES : This Bordeaux Superieur has a very dark robe, dense
red colour. A powerful nose develops into grades of stewed redcurrants and berries. The mouth-fell is full-bodied and robust. Long on the palate, this wine is ideally paired with a leg of lamb.
To be taste between 14-16°C.



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Médoc



Trapped in a peninsular to the north of Bordeaux, the Médoc appellation stands apart from the rest. Hugging the Gironde for more than 80 km, the region has hugely varied landscapes and soils. This heterogeneous, terrain makes up the richness of the Médoc where each property has its own distinct characteristics, giving the wine-lover an infinite range of pleasures visually, aromatically and gustatorally.

TYPE OF SOIL : gravely.

VINE VARIETIES : 60% cabernet sauvignon, 40% merlot.

TASTING NOTES : The dense wine boasts an intense garnet-red robe. The nose offers aromas of blackcurrants and liquorice. Well-constituted tannins reveal a good balance. An excellent wine to serve with roasted red meats or chesses.
Best appreciated when served at around 14-16°C.



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White Bordeaux



The Bordeaux appellation is a so-called “regional appellation”, which means that its wines come from all over the Gironde, a great wine-growing region capable of production wine of AOC quality. However, these wines have to fulfil several very well defined production regulations. Perfectly aromatic, Bordeaux whites are fruity dry wines with a lively natural freshness.

TYPE OF SOIL : chalky-clay.

GRAPE VARIETIES : 50% Sauvignon, 50% Sémillon.

TASTING NOTES : This wine, with clear and brilliant colour presenting silver tints, has a nose that blends hawthorn flavours with vegetable boxwood notes to a varited frutiness. The attack on tasting is fresh and fruity, the mouth is full and subtle with finish of floral intensity.
An harmonious white wine to be tasted with roasted fish, between 10° and 12°C.



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Mellowness White



The Bordeaux appellation is a so-called “regional appellation”, which means that its wines come from all over the Gironde, a great wine-growing region capable of production wine of AOC quality. However, these wines have to fulfil several very well defined production regulations. Perfectly aromatic, Bordeaux whites are fruity dry wines with a lively natural freshness.

TYPE OF SOIL : chalky-clay.

GRAPE VARIETIES : 60% Sémillon, 40% Sauvignon.

TASTING NOTES : Its dense robe with its light straw color and golden tints. The nose develops a bouquet with vanilla and honey accents. The attack in the mouth is lively and aromatic.
This sweet white wine will be appreciated as an aperitif between 11-12°C