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 Lafite Rothschild

History The history of Château Lafite dates back to the 13th century. However, its reputation as a great wine estate dates back to the 17th century thanks to the De Ségur family. From the eighteenth century, the Marquis Nicolas Alexandre...

Carmes de Rieussec

History In the history, and particularly in the 18th century, Domaine de Rieussec belonged to the monks of the Carmelites of Langon. The confiscation of the Domain to the revolution led to its sale in 1790 as “National Good” to...

“R” de Rieussec

History In the history, and particularly in the 18th century, Domaine de Rieussec belonged to the monks of the Carmelites of Langon. The confiscation of the Domain to the revolution led to its sale in 1790 as “National Good” to...

Le Dragon de Quintus

History The history of Château Quintus was turned upside down in 2011 when the family business, Domaine Clarence Dillon, announced the acquisition of this beautiful property of 28 hectares in Saint Emilion. Château Quintus is located on a high promontory...

Le Clarence de Haut-Brion

History Le Clarence de Haut-Brion is the second wine of Château Haut-Brion, Premier Grand Cru Classé in 1855, and comes from the same vines as this one. The history of Château Haut-Brion, the oldest of Bordeaux’s Grands Crus, dates back...

Château Haut-Brion (Red)

History The history of Château Haut-Brion, the oldest of Bordeaux’s Grands Crus, lasted five centuries. Its name refers to the Gascon toponym “Haut Brion” which designates a gravelly terrace. Jean de Pontac (1488-1589) bought the noble house of Haut-Brion, giving...

Caillou Blanc de Talbot

The history of Château Talbot is rich. It is on the plateau of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle that you can see Château Talbot from a distance. It bears the name of Connétable Talbot, famous English warrior. In 1855, during the classification of the...

Connetable de Talbot

The history of Château Talbot is rich. On the plateau of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, you can see Château Talbot from distance. It has the name of Connétable Talbot, famous English warrior. In 1855, during the classification of the Médoc and Graves vineyards...

Château Talbot

The history of Château Talbot is rich. On the plateau of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, you can see Château Talbot from distance. It has the name of Connétable Talbot, famous English warrior. In 1855, during the classification of the Médoc and Graves vineyards...

La Demoiselle de Sociando Mallet

History The history of the Château Sociando-Mallet dates back to the discovery of a document from March 1633 referring to noble lands in the municipality of Saint-Seurin-de-Cadourne, belonging to a family of Basque origin called Sossiondo. There is also a...

Château Siran

The history of Château Siran dates back to the 19th century, precisely on January 14, 1859, when the Château became the property of the Miailhe family. Their ancestor, Leo Barbier, bought the estate for 100,000 Francs from the Comte and...

Château Puygueraud

The history of Château Puygueraud has been linked to the Thienpont family since 1946, when George Thienpont acquired this property whose elegant mass dominates the entire appellation. Yet when he arrived, the vineyard was ruined. George Thienpont has patiently raised...