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François and Denise Verdier bought this pleasant property in 1964 and totally restructered the vineyard and the wine house. The castle is a nice XVIIth century Charterhouse with a very nice view down on the valley leading to the Garonne river and the hills of Quinsac.
Located in the Medoc region of Bordeaux, this site is undergoing renovations.
Château Cheval Blanc
Château Cheval-Blanc´s origins are lost in the mists of time. The estate has long had the honour of belonging to the group of the eight greatest growths in Bordeaux, and owes its fame to its remarkable soil.
Three generations of Fougère have worked this family vineyard of 89 acres (36 hectares) that produces fine dry white "Entre-Deux-Mers", red "Bordeaux" and "Bordeaux Supérieur" wines.
THE wine in Sauternes. The history of Yquem (like its wine) keeps a mystery even today. If the vineyard has been existing for a long time, the present castle is rather quite recent (the oldest parts date from the 15th century).
Château de Curton
Château de Curton is a French winery in the Bordeaux area and also an authentic French Medieval castle, whose construction started in the 13th Century. A self cattering appartement is available for rental inside the castle, in the middle of the vineyard.
Château Gazin wines are a very typical product of the gravelly-clay soil of the Pomerol high terraces. Their taste is characterised by their silky tannins, their balance and concentration, enhanced by a delicate oaky note.
Château Haut-Brion (Domaine Clarence Dillon)
Both French and English sites; Château Haut-Brion is one of the few remaining family-owned domains of the Bordeaux region with a history going back to the 16th century.
The discovery and analysis of ancient archives at Château Latour, in the early 60´s, allowed historians to accurately reconstruct the Estate´s past from 1331 on.
Château Lilian Ladouys
With its elegant Directory Charterhouse, the Lilian-Ladouys Château expresses a generous idea of Médoc´s durability, a close union between the crop the wine itself.
Châteaux Margaux, classified among the premier crus, has the unique privilege in Bordeaux of bearing the name of its appellation d´origine. It is the brilliant embodiment of that appellation´s sumptuous elegance and subtlety.
Château Pichon Longueville
The archives record the creation of a property by Pierre de Mazure de Rauzan, a great name in the history of Bordeaux wine. The vineyard was to take his name sometime later when Thérèse, the founder´s daughter received it as dowry when she married Jacques de Pichon Longueville, the first President o
The Château Plaisance is made up of the Saint Emilion Grand Cru and Bordeaux Superrieur. The site offers history and details in 8 different languages. The Cuvée Prestige is especially well known for its quality after aging.
The Château Pontet-Canet was set in the Grand Cru class in 1855. Started in the end of the 18th century, with several parcels of land to the north-west of Pauillac.
Château Smith Haut Lafitte
As early as 1365 the noble house of Bosq chose this land to plant with vines. In the eighteenth century the estate was bought by George Smith, a Scot who added his name to the property. In 1856 Mr Duffour-Dubergier, mayor of Bordeaux and accomplished vine-grower, purchased Smith Haut-Lafitte and tra
Born in a family of winegrowers, owners of the Domaine de BOUTEILLEY since 1617 Jean GUILLOT started the wine merchant business, which carries his name in 1953. They own Domaine de Bouteilley, Château Grand-jour, Château Maillard, Château Cap de Fer, and Château Peyrarey.
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