Exceptional property in the Bordeaux Supérieur appellation .
Gold medal winner more than 40 times since post-war period, the property located in St Seurin sur l’Ilse, bordering Saint-Emilion, was purchased in 2010 by Stanislav and Natalia Zingerenko when it was still called the “sleeping beauty”. With passion and determination, the new team decided to give music to these 18 hectares, trusting the best winemakers : Mr George Pauli, well-known for his work at Château Gruaud-Larose in recent decades. His successor Mr. Louis Mitjavile, in command of the Aurage and Roc de Cambes, is now taking care of the vineyard.
The goal of the Câteau La Favière is to compose a unique Bordeaux Supérieur using the same methods as for a Grand Cru.
An incredible challenge that is already bearing fruit in terms of a keen interest in Château La Favière and his second-worthy: Muse Favière. Please have a look to our press book : La Favière Press Book.
Masterfully guided by the hand of its director, Nicolas Baptiste, this Grand Cru St Emilion is one of the rising stars of the AOC Saint Emilion Grand. Château Pas de l’Ane and second wine, Château Haut Saint Brice, is located in Le Cros, just a stone’s throw away from Château Cheval Blanc.
The Hermouet vineyards are located on the limit of Fronsac and it produces the famous Clos du Roy (Fronsac) and Chateau Roc Meynard, a vineyard of 27 hectares of Bordeaux Supérieur along the Fronsac appellation. Its expression is similar to that of Fronsac, whose exceptional terroir has attracted the greatest winemakers like Michel Rolland, who owns a vineyard in the heart of the appellation.
Covering an area of approximately 8 hectares, the vineyards of Château Grand-Français is the ideal area to control the quality of the vines and grapes in accordance with the standards of traditional and organic agriculture.
The history of the Pelle family, owners of Château Anchors, dates back to the 19th century. Since 1840, it is 5 generations of winemakers who have succeeded as head of the family area … the family is accustomed to receiving numerous rewards (dozens of gold medals) for the Paris and Bordeaux contests.
Masburel Castle was purchased by Olivia and Neil Donnan in 1997. The main Châteas was restored, combining both original stone walls and an elegant courtyard, they equipped the cellar with cutting edge of technology. Between 1998 and 2003, more than a third of the vineyard was replanted with premium grape varieties native to this famous wine-producing region. In 2008, the Donnan family decided to take a well-deserved retirement. The property was acquired by an Englishman, Julian Robbins, who is passionate about wine and determined to continue the quest for top quality wines from Château Masburel.
On a land once cultivated in the Gallo-Roman era, Jerome Bezios and his team produce since 1999, a outstanding Gaillac. The authenticity that reflect their wines from the grapes varieties marvellous and original … as Loin de l’œil, Mauzac, Braucol and other Duras …
Mas des Etoiles was born from the association of two friends: Arnaud Bladinieres from Cahors and David Liorit consultant-oenologist and maitre de Chais from St Emilion. This property located in the heart of Cahors vineyards is divided into 1 ha of white (Chardonnay and Sauvignon) Côtes du Lot and 4 ha of red (Malbec) AOP Cahors. The work of the vineyards is made to get a quality grape, this while respecting the plant and the environment with a sustainable viticulture. The work in the cellar is done in separate way for each vintage, with a winemaking process and aging tailored to each of the wines, in order to offer premium wines.
At the heart of the “Kings’ Valley”, country of the good life, an outstanding vineyard unfolds along the banks of the river Cher: Touraine. Here wine-growers could transfer to the new generation, not only the true meaning of work but also the the meaning of welcoming and sharing. The Beauséjour’s four generation of wine-growers have left a special style and have always wanted the vine and the wine to express fully their character. Today, Philippe Trotignon is still working with the same will respecting the traditions and concerns a lot about quality. Situated on the hills of Cher, the vineyard currently covers 20 hectares divided between the communes of of Noyers sur Cher and St Romain sur Cher.
A wine apart from the Champagne region, allying finesse and character, delightful for any connoisseur.