Background Chateau d’Arsac exemplifies the quintessential French lifestyle. Originally built in the twelfth century, the estate has a developed an excellent reputation throughout the past few decades, becoming synonymous with the finesse of classic Medoc wine. The chateau has 112 hectares, with 54 hectares in the Margaux appellation. The soil is comprised of small gravel and sand which is mixed ... Read More »
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Background Located in the Haut Medoc, Chateau Charmail has its historic origins dating back the sixteenth century, and the estate has been developing its excellent reputation in winemaking since the eighteenth century. The chateau’s soil consists mainly of clay-gravel, clay-sand and colluvium. This mixture of soil types gives Charmail wines their balance and distinct personalities. Subtle elegance comes from the ... Read More »
Background Located in the Haut-Medoc appellation, Chateau Cambon La Pelouse has seventy hectares, with neighbours that include classified growths such as Giscours and Cantemerle. The soil at the estate is mixture of coarse gravel and sand, as well as fine Quaternary gravel. The vines are on average thirty-five years old. The 2014 vintage Chateau Cambon La Peluse has a long, ... Read More »
The vintage The 2014 vintage started very fortuitously for Chateau La Fleur de Boüard in Lalande de Pomerol. The sunny June that was ideal for flowering on the vines. The growing season then ended with the exceptional warm and dry weather in September. This allowed the fruit to be picked at perfect maturity. Chateau La Fleur de Boüard utilised all ... Read More »
The vintage Located on the ancient, exceptional terroir of Sauternes, Clos des Lunes took full advantage of the 2014 vintage. Considered one of the greatest terroirs for white Bordeaux, the land is composed of deep gravel, which lends the wine its power, while the clay limestone soil brings freshness. With the help of the beautiful Indian summer in the month ... Read More »
The vintage Chateau Tour de Pez capitalised on the best aspects of the 2014 vintage to produce an elegant and pure wine. The estate uses traditional viticultural methods and does not use any pesticides in their production. The harvest occurred between 24th September and 10th October. All the grapes were picked by hand and the fruit underwent a rigorous selection ... Read More »
The vintage The 2014 vintage for Chateau Belle-Vue was handled with care and precision. Located in the Haut-Medoc appellation, the chateau commenced harvest on 30th Sept and finished on 21st October. The soil of the estate is composed of a deep layer of large-size gravel. For this vintage, particular work was done concerning the depth of the vines’ roots to ... Read More »