The Organic 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 Organic 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 La Lagune
History Beautifully located on the left bank of Bordeaux, Château La Lagune is one of the finest references in the Haut-Médoc appellation. The origins of the estate date back to the 18th century, but after the success of the classification...Wine details
Château Haut-Bergey Red
History The origins of Château Haut-Bergey date back to the 15th century. The lords of La Louvière and Olivier proceeded to regroup their lands and created a new fiefdom, the Mayne de Ponteil, which constitutes the initial nucleus of Haut-Bergey....Wine details
The history of Château Durfort-Vivens dates back to the 14th century when the Durfort de Duras family moved to Margaux and builds le château. A few centuries later, Robert-Adrien Labat de Vivens became the unique owner and teases his name...Wine details
La Raison d’Hêtre
Talking about the name “L’Hêtre”, its history is very new. But, in fact, this domain of Castillon was managed by Stephane and Beatrice Goubau for the last 10 years, under the name of Château Goubau. It is during these ten years that...Wine details
Among the wines famous in the history of the Margaux appellation, Château Palmer has always had a special place, immediately recognizable by its midnight-blue label but also its bouquet of fruits, flowers and spices leaving room in the mouth a...Wine details
Château Smith Haut Lafitte (White)
The history of Château Smith Haut Lafitte goes back to 1365, when the noble house of Bosq chose this soil to exploit a vineyard. Then in the eighteenth century, the Scotsman George Smith bought the estate, gave him his name,...Wine details
The history of the name of Château Ferrière refers to its founder, Gabriel Farrière, who, in the middle of the eighteenth century, was royal broker in Bordeaux and officer of the king’s hunts. In 1855, on the occasion of the...Wine details