Haut d’As

Haut d’As

AOC Bordeaux White Semi-Sweet

Tasting

A shiny colour, fresh and fruity aromas. Delicate and sweet in the mouth,
grapefruits and honey scents.

Food Pairing

Perfect as an aperitif. Good alliance with foie gras, cooked meats, sweet and sour starters, poultry, dessert and also with blue cheese or Roquefort.

Production

Appellation : AOC BORDEAUX SEMI SWEET WHITE
Soil : clay and chalky
Yield : 49 hL/ha
Average age of vines : 20 years old
Production : 60 000 bottles

Viticulture and Vinification

Blend : 70% Semillon, 25% Sauvignon, 5% Muscadelle

Mechanical harvesting, grapes are then sorted manually
Vinification: skin contact for 6 to 8 hours, cold settling.
Ageing : Can be immediately but will develop well for 4 or 5 years.
Bottling : Bottles stored horizontally in cages at the property, without labels, for 3 to 4 months
Alcohol degree : 11%

Haut d’As

Haut d’As

AOC Bordeaux White

Tasting

The charm of this wine lies in its pale gold colour with slightly green reflections, as well as in its exotic fruit aromas. The characteristic nose of Sauvignon and Semillon harvested at good maturity. The palate is not to be outdone, fruity and acidulous, brightened with persistent fruit notes and a minerality that gives this wine a very pleasant freshness.

Food Pairing

Serve with fish, seafood, poultry or white meat.

Production

Appellation : AOC BORDEAUX DRY WHITE
Soil : clay and chalky
Yield : 50 hl/ha
Average age of vines : 20 years old
Production : 30 000 bottles

Viticulture and Vinification

Blend : 30% Sauvignon, 70% Sémillon
Mechanical harvesting, then manual sorting
Vinification : skin contact maceration for 6 to 8 hours, cold settling
Ageing : can be consumed immediately or age for 3 to 4 years
Bottling : bottles stored horizontally in cages at the property, without labels, for 3 to 4 months
Degree : 13% vol.

Haut d’As

Haut d’As

AOC Bordeaux Red

Tasting :

To the eye, a deep garnet red. Still a little discreet with a pretty woody nose, fresh red fruits, tobacco. Round and supple, evolving with a pretty floral base. The tannins are velvety on the palate, very fine and sufficiently dense.

Suitable dishes :

Serve with red meats, roasted turkey. Excellent with all cheese.

Production :

Appellation: AOC BORDEAUX RED
Soil: chalk-limestone Yield: 55 hL/ha
Average age of vines: 20 years old Production: 300 000 bottles

Viticulture and vinification :

Blend: 70% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon
Mechanical harvesting
Ageing: can be drunk immediately but will develop well for 5 to 6 years
Bottling: bottles stored horizontally in cages at the property, without labels, for 12 months
Degree : 13% vol.

Haut d’AS

Haut d’AS

AOP Bordeaux Rosé

Tasting :

Pretty pink petal colour with slightly bluish highlights. The fleshy and fruity nose exhales red fruits with notes of English candy. On the palate, magnificent aromas of crisp fruit, cherries and raspberries, enhanced by persistent acidity. A beautiful volume, a thin thickness and a pleasant length.

Suitable dishes :

Marinated red mullet filets, cod brandade, roasted monkfish with chorizo, grilled beef, semi-dry cheeses or a red fruit salad.

Production :

Appellation: A.O.C. BORDEAUX ROSE
Soil: Limestone clay Yield: 55 hL/ha
Average age of the vines: 20 years Production: 30 000 bottles

Viticulture and vinification :

Blend: 50% Cabernet Franc, 50% Malbec
Machine harvested Vinification: Harvest selection before fermentation
Bottling: Bottles store for 6 months on site
Ageing: Up to 3 years or immediately Alcohol
Degree: 13%

 

Marquis de Fleur

Marquis de Fleur

AOP Bordeaux Moelleux

Tasting :

A shiny colour, fresh and fruity aromas. Delicate and sweet in the mouth, grapefruits and honey scents.

Suitable dishes :

Perfect with desserts, or as an aperitif. Good alliance with white meats.

Production :

Appellation: AOC BORDEAUX SEMI-SWEET WHITE
Soil: clay and chalky Yield: 45 hL/ha
Average age of vines: 20 years old Production: 20 000 bottles

Viticulture and vinification :

Blend: 80% Sémillon, 20% Muscadelle
Mechanical harvesting, grapes are then sorted manually
Vinification: skin contact for 6 to 8 hours, cold settling
Ageing: can be immediately but will develop well for 4 or 5 years
Bottling: bottles stored horizontally in cages at the property, without labels, for 3 to 4 months
Degree: 11% vol

Marquis de Fleur

Marquis de Fleur

AOP Bordeaux Rosé

Tasting : 

Dressed in a beautiful brilliant salmon colour, this rosé reveals fine notes of very fresh raspberries and redcurrants. The mouth, soft, silky and fruity, is underpinned by a pleasant vivacity that gives it balance and length.

Suitable dishes :

Perfect with prawns, white or grilled meats and fish.

Production :

Trade name area: AOC BORDEAUX ROSE
Soil: clay and chalky
Yield: 50 hL/ha
Vineyards age: 20 years old
Production: 30 000 bottles

Viticulture and vinification :

Blend: 50 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 50% Merlot
Mechanical harvesting, selected at the right maturity
Vinification: total grapping, fermentation under temperature control
Ageing: can be drunk immediately but will develop well for 2 to 3 years
Bottling: bottles stored after cold stabilization
Degree: 13% vol.

Marquis de Fleur

Marquis de Fleur

AOP Bordeaux White

Tasting :

The charm of this wine lies in its pale gold colour with slightly green reflections, as well as in its exotic fruit aromas. The characteristic nose of Sauvignon and Semillon harvested at good maturity. The palate is not to be outdone, fruity and acidulous, brightened with persistent fruit notes and a minerality that gives this wine a very pleasant freshness.

Suitable dishes :

To be served with fish, seafood, fowls or white meats.

Production :

Appellation: A.O.C. BORDEAUX DRY WHITE
Soil: clay and chalky
Yield: 50 hL/ha Average age of vines: 20 years old
Production: 30 000 bottles

Viticulture and vinification :

Blend: 30% Sauvignon, 70% Sémillon
Mechanical harvesting, grapes are then sorted manually
Vinification: skin contact for 6 to 8 hours, cold settling
Ageing: can be immediately but will develop well for 3 or 4 years
Bottling: bottles stored horizontally in cages at the property, without labels, for 6 months
Alcohol degree: 13%

Marquis de Fleur

Marquis de Fleur

AOP Bordeaux Red

Tasting :

A ruby red colour with purple glints. In the mouth, a subtle flavour of red fruits and cinnamon. On the palate, well evolved tannins with a supple, long finish.

Suitable dishes : 

Serve with red meats, roasted turkey. Excellent with all cheese.

Production : 

Appellation: AOC BORDEAUX RED
Soil: chalk-limestone Yield: 55 hL/ha
Average age of vines: 20 years old Production: 300 000 bottles

Viticulture and vinification : 

Blend: 70% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon
Mechanical harvesting
Ageing: can be drunk immediately but will develop well for 5 to 6 years
Bottling: bottles stored horizontally in cages at the property, without labels, for 12 months
Degree : 13% vol.

Duc d’Epernon

Duc d’Epernon

AOC Bordeaux White Semi-Sweet

Tasting

A shiny colour, fresh and fruity aromas. Delicate and sweet in the mouth,
grapefruits and honey scents.

Food Pairing

Perfect as an aperitif. Good alliance with foie gras, cooked meats, sweet and sour starters, poultry, dessert and also with blue cheese or Roquefort.

Production

Appellation : AOC BORDEAUX SEMI SWEET WHITE
Soil : clay and chalky
Yield : 49 hL/ha
Average age of vines : 20 years old
Production : 60 000 bottles

Viticulture and Vinification

Blend : 80% Semillon, 20% Muscadelle

Mechanical harvesting, grapes are then sorted manually
Vinification: skin contact for 6 to 8 hours, cold settling.
Ageing : Can be immediately but will develop well for 4 or 5 years.
Bottling : Bottles stored horizontally in cages at the property, without labels, for 3 to 4 months
Alcohol degree : 11%

Château de Portets- Grand vin

Château de Portets

AOC Graves Red

Tasting :

Pure elegance, one can taste the epitamy of fresh crisp fruits, morello cherries and crurents, all coming together to tease the nose. An oakyness of genuine quality, a characteristic of a well matured wine. The cabernet brings aroma and structure, whereas the merlot its powerful scent and suppleness. Overall, this wine has a pleasing red fruits aroma accompanied by grilled and spicy notes. Elegant a structured; refined and aromatic.

Vineyard :

Surface: 20 hectares or 49.5 acres.
Terroir: strong gravelly soil made of a first pebble layer and subsoil flint/clay. Density of planting: 5,000 vines/hectare.
Average vine age: 30 years.

Blend: 55% Merlot – 45% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Crop Yield: 49 hectoliters/hectare.

Vinification :

Harvest: Handpicked and machine harvested. Vatting time: 24 to 30 days. Fermentation duration: 4 to 5 days. Maceration time: 20 to 25 days.
Temperature regulation: cement tanks with thermo-regulation.
Malolactic fermentation: 10% en fûts de chêne.

Maturing :

The wines are hence aged for 12 months in oak barrels, renewed in part each year, one third at a time. The final blending of the wine is then performed, before a small fining and finally the bottling at the château.

Production :

120 000 bottles.