Appellation: HVE (High Environmental Value)

The HVE certified wines from our Bordeaux Tradition Portfolio.

Be careful, as relay of the estates with which we work, the SARL Bordeaux Tradition can not be held responsible for an erroneous information concerning this non-exhaustive list of certified HVE property. Indeed, the modifications to obtain these certifications are manual and can not be updated in real time by our teams. It is therefore the responsibility of the buyer to verify the accuracy of the product he buys at the time of his order.

Le Petit Ducru de Ducru Beaucaillou

The history of Château Ducru-Beaucaillou dates back to the early eighteenth century, more precisely in the year 1720. It is so named because of the beautiful (and large) pebbles characteristic of its unique wine terroir. In an original way in...

Château La Tour Blanche

The history of Château La Tour Blanche is inseparable from the men who participated in its fame. Each of them contributed to erect the domain among the greatest. The first of them: Monsieur Saint-Marc, lord of La Tour Blanche, gave...

Château Bouscaut (White)

L’histoire du Château Bouscaut remonte au XIXè siècle lorsque la propriété est acquise par la famille Chabanneau. En 1925, le Château Bouscaut devient la propriété du Comte de Rivaud et de Victor Place qui décident de redonner du lustre à l’ensemble...

Château Reynon (Red)

Château Reynon, in Béguey, in the Premières Côtes de Bordeaux, was bought in 1958 by Florence Florence Dubourdieu, Jacques David; his daughter and son Denis Dubourdieu, succeeded him in 1976. Thanks to their efforts, Château Reynon is today ranked among...

Château La Pointe

The origin of the name “La Pointe” is based on the particular geometry of its vineyard, since just at the entrance to the estate it is possible to observe a large plot of triangular shape, shaped tip. Throughout history we...

Château Reynon (White)

Château Reynon, in Béguey, in the Premières Côtes de Bordeaux, was bought in 1958 by Florence Dubourdieu’s father, Jacques David; his daughter and son-in-law Denis Dubourdieu, succeeded him in 1976. Thanks to their efforts, Château Reynon is today one of...

Château Bellefont-Belcier

Château Bellefont was built at the end of the 18th century by the Count of Belcier. The name Bellefont could come from the “beautiful fountains” that existed around the Castle. Historically, the Château belonged to the Faure family, well known...

Château Marjosse White

After he has managing Château Clos Fourtet, 1st Grand Cru Classé of Saint-Emilion, at the age of 23, Pierre Lurton became General Manager of Chateau Cheval Blanc, 1st Grand Cru Classé A of St-Emilion, at the age of 34. In 2004,...

Folie de Chauvin

The history of Château Chauvin began in 1852 during the division of the great stronghold of Corbin, giving birth to multiple properties, including Chauvin which was then acquired by Jean Fourcaud-Laussac. The latter, who had just offered what would become the...

Château Chauvin

The history of Château Chauvin began in 1852 during the division of the great stronghold of Corbin, giving birth to multiple properties, including Chauvin which was then acquired by Jean Fourcaud-Laussac. The latter, who had just offered what would become...