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 Citran

The history of Château Citran is linked to the Donissan family who reigned over this ancient Médoc manor from the 13th century until 1832. It was at this time that the last heiress of the estate was obliged to yield...

Petit Guiraud

History The “Noble House of Bayle”, first name in the history of Château Guiraud, was the possession of the family De Mons of Saint Poly. February 22, 1766, Pierre Guiraud, Protestant merchant Bordeaux, acquires. In 80 years and three generations,...

Château Ferran

The history of Château Ferran dates back to the 18th century when it was owned by Montesquieu before being bought by an old Bordeaux family; the descendants of Joseph Beraud-Sudreau. Since 1999, it is Philippe and Ghislaine Lacoste who direct...

Château Croix de Reverdi

History The Thomas Vineyards are first and foremost a family affair. In 1953, Georges Thomas bought a few hectares of vines and gave birth to Château Reverdi. In the 2000s, the current owners Mathieu and Audrey Thomas, brother and sister,...

Château Fonréaud

History The love story between the Chanfreau Family & Château Fonréaud dates back to 1962 when Léo Chanfreau, winemaker in Algeria, returned to France and bought the estate. At the time the vineyard covered only 17 Ha, in total dereliction....

Château La Clide

The history of Château La Clide has been linked to the Desplat family for four generations. These lovers of the terroir are transmitted over generations great know-how, in the purest respect for the values ??and traditions of the profession. The...

Château Landiras

The history of Château Landiras dates back to the 12th century when William the Templar, Archbishop of Bordeaux bought Landiras lands. In 1306, the castle is rebuilt on the ruins of the fortress erected by the Lords of Landiras. During...

Château David Beaulieu

The history of Château David Beaulieu is linked to the Jalousie Beaulieu winery. In 1999, the property is taken over by Philippe Person, son of Marie-Hélène Duporge, the creator of Vignobles Jalousie Beaulieu. After several acquisitions, the Person family now...

Château Lanessan

The history of Château Lanessan is linked to the Bouteiller family, which has owned it since the 18th century. Eight generations have therefore managed Château Lanessan. The terroir of Château Lanessan covers 45 hectares of vineyards among which 32 ha...

Château du Taillan

The Château du Taillan is above all a family history. Indeed, the property was acquired in 1896 by Henri Cruse. Then, 4 generations succeeded each other. Today the property is managed by women. The harmonious facades of the Castle date...

Château la Motte

The history of Château La Motte dates back to the 15th century when it belonged to René De Dreux. The property was sold in 1498 to Mathurin De Polignac, and then to Jean-Paul Chevalier. It was only in the 18th...

G du Château Guiraud

History A pioneer of sustainable and organic practices in the world of the 1er Grands Crus (the estate has been using them since 1996), Château Guiraud has established itself as one of the sure values of the Sauternes 1er Grands...