Winemakers of Bordeaux

  • Château Belregard-Figeac, Saint-Emilion

    The Pueyo Family has owned Belregard Figeac since 1853. The estate has remained in the family and this continuous ownership is accompanied by the priceless and intimate knowledge of the best parcels of each vineyard gained through seasons of observation. This is the kind of understanding that no amount of time at university can replace. […]

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  • Domaine du Jaugaret, Saint Julien

    Domaine du Jaugaret has been in the Fillastre family since 1654. Jean-François Fillastre, the current proprietor, is dedicated to preserving the traditions not only of Jaugaret but of the St. Julien appellation. Stepping into the cellars of Jaugaret brings one back to an era when the Bordelais were modest and the wines were grand. Here […]

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  • Château Moulin de Tricot, Margaux

    Situated 30 km north of the city of Bordeaux, Château Moulin de Tricot is a tiny property established in the 19th Century by the ancestors of the current proprietor, Bruno Rey. The Rey family owns just shy of five (5) hectares of vineyards on a gravelly “croupe” (outcropping) in the commune of Arsac. Of the […]

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  • Château La Rame, Sainte Croix du Mont

    Situated 40 kilometers southeast of the city of Bordeaux, Château La Rame is among the oldest and most renowned properties in the Sainte Croix du Mont appellation. The 20 hectares of Château La Rame are set on a clay-limestone soil blessed with an exceptional substratum marked by a bed of fossilized oysters dating from the […]

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  • Château Haut-Ségottes, Saint-Emilion

    Danielle Meunier is the fourth generation of her family to oversee this nine hectare estate situated in the heart of the Saint Emilion appellation. The 9 hectares Château Haut-Ségottes are planted 60% to Merlot, 35% to Cabernet Franc, and 5% to Cabernet Sauvignon. The position of the vineyards within the appellation is outstanding, with parcels […]

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  • Château Peybonhomme les Tours, Côtes de Blaye

    One of a very few Bordeaux chateaux whose production is all organic and biodynamic, the Peybonhomme les Tours is grown from 70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Malbec. Fermentation by indigenous yeast, minimal SO2 use, unfined, lightly filtered. Fermentation in stainless, élevage for 12 months in mostly neutral oak. Wines Château […]

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  • Château La Grolet, Côtes de Bourg

    Jean-Luc Hubert and family make old school, soulful wines in the northern right bank of Bordeaux. Long time biodynamic farming, old vines, traditional cellar work (no added yeasts or enzymes), and subtle use of oak gives this young wine an earthy complexity and depth that is sadly lacking from today’s cookie-cutter, oaky, over-extracted Bordeaux. Certified […]

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