Château Coutet

Château Coutet

Appellation(s): Sauternes-Barsac. Château Coutet is one of the largest Barsac properties and has been owned by the Baly family since 1977. Coutet is located in the south of the appellation and the 35 hectares of vineyards are planted with Sémillon (75%), Sauvignon Blanc (23%) and Muscadelle (2%).

Château Chasse-Spleen

Château Chasse-Spleen

Appellation(s): Moulis-en-Médoc. Château Chasse-Spleen is the leading Moulis estate along with Château Poujeaux. Although it is classified only as a Cru Bourgeois, it regularly outperforms many of the Médoc’s more renowned classed growths. There are two theories behind the château’s rather unusual name: firstly, that,

Château Bellegrave

Château Bellegrave

Appellation(s): Saint-Emilion. Coming from the Champagne Area, the Gonsalez Family communicates their knowledge and passion through the quality of their wines, with a special focus on terroir.   “If there is one Bordeaux appellation (Saint-Emilion) where terroir truly matters, it

Château Franc-Maillet

Château Franc-Maillet

Appellation(s): Pomerol. The Gironde’s smallest appellation, to which Château Franc-Mayet belongs, is reputed for the aromatic intensity of its wines and the characteristic features of its terroir which are part of this exceptional geological formation. This estate is owned by

Château Sénéjac

Château Sénéjac

Appellation(s): Haut-Médoc. Château Sénéjac is one of most famous Crus Bourgeois of the Haut-Médoc, located near to the vineyards of Margaux, in the far south of the Haut-Médoc region. Sénéjac is a historic estate of 150 hectares, of which only 38 are under vine. It s reputation

Vieux Naudin

Vieux Naudin

Appellation(s): Bordeaux Supérieur. The Vieux Naudin pays tribute to the Traver’s family ancestors who have produced generation after generation of winemakers. Grown In the heart of Saint Michel de Fronsac, the wines highlight the terroir. Back to our French Wines