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.

Château Clerc Milon

History A legendary terroir, a prestigious neighborhood, a providential encounter: the history and success of Château Clerc Milon are summed up in these three words. The terroir is that of Pauillac, where some of the world’s greatest wines are produced....

Château d’Armailhac

History The names have followed one another in history for this Château d’Armailhac belonging to the Baroness Philippine de Rothschild. After being named, among other names, Mouton Baronne Philippine, it is only in 1989 that this 5th Grand Cru Classé...

Aile d’Argent

Aile d’Argent is a Château Mouton Rothschild wine and was born thanks to a beautiful history. Indeed, wanting to reconnect with an old Medocan tradition, Philippine de Rothschild decided to plant on its soil, in the early 1980s, a few...

Château Suduiraut

The domain of Suduiraut is constituted, for the majority, by the land which historically remained until the end of the XVIIIth century in the hands of the former family of Suduiraut, and for the rest, by an old possession of...

Château Petit-Village

Until the beginning of the 19th century, the cultivation of vines was not common in Pomerol and the wine history of Château Petit-Village did not begin until that time. Château Petit Village is located in the heart of Pomerol. Aware...

Château Pichon Baron

History The history of Château Pichon Baron dates back to 1694, when Jacques de Pichon Baron de Longueville married the daughter of Pierre De Rauzan, the creator of the estate. Their descendants remained very attached to their property in Pauillac....

Château Laujac

The History of Château Laujac brings back to Gaul conquest period. The name of the estate was usually serve to identify a Gallo-Roman villa. The land belonged first to the Aujeard Family, then was bought by Mr. Villeminot after the Revolution....

Château Guiraud

History The history of Château Guiraud brings us back to its first name « noble house of Bayle ». At that time, the estate was the ownership of the Mons de Saint Poly Family. February 22nd 1766, Pierre Guiraud, Bordeaux...