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Château Montlabert, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

80% of our work takes place in the vines. With 13 hectares, we have a minimalist approach, meaning that even the smallest task becomes very important. The aim is always to find a compromise between the sky, the soil, and ourselves.

Ludovic Hérault, vineyard manager
Domaine de la Clapière, Languedoc

La Clapière is located on deep, alluvial soils. The terroir is hugely interesting. You can feel the influence of the sea. We are not too far from Picpoul, which gives all our wines a wonderful freshness.

Sophie Palatsi, owner
Château Tour Prignac, Cru Bourgeois du Médoc

One of the defining features of this property is the wide variety of soils. In terms of quality, this is hugely interesting. Based on this we decided to go for a higher level of quality, with our flagship wine: Tour Prignac Grande Réserve.

Yannick Gay, vineyard manager
Château Cavalier, AOC Côtes de Provence

In inland Provence, we have a very dry climate, with warmer days and colder nights. That’s why we harvest at night, as the lower temperatures encourage freshness in our wines: less colour and more flavour. Wines from Château Cavalier are known for being bold and expressive.

Clément Brun, Technical Director
Château de Goëlane, AOC Bordeaux Supérieur

The vineyard is made up of 23% Cabernet Sauvignon, planted mostly on slopes, to maximise exposure to the sunlight. The Merlot is also planted on slopes, where the limestone is at a depth of 30 centimetres, maximising exposure to the sunlight. Here, the vines’ roots are deeply embedded in the rock.

Pascal Dejean, vineyard manager
Château du Bousquet, AOC Côtes de Bourg

What makes Château du Bousquet stand out in Côtes de Bourg is its location on two different slopes. The pedology is different on each of these slopes, with clay-limestone, clay-sand, and clay-gravel soils which allow for terrific complexity and diversity.

Antoine de Oliveira, vineyard manager

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