Certified Green Wines

Eco-consious, the producers of the wines in this category have committed to producing their wines with the utmost respect for the environment, and to have them certified. Organic, biodynamic, undergoing organic conversion, no added sulfites or HVE (High Environmental Value), the wines in this category are certified “Green”.

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....

Prélude à Grand-Puy-Ducasse

History Three large plots of land located on the best terroirs of Pauillac form the vineyard of Château Grand-Puy-Ducasse, Grand Cru Classé. The history of the Château begins when Arnaud Ducasse bought in the middle of the seventeenth century to...

Le Petit Smith Haut Lafitte White

History The history of Château Smith Haut Lafitte goes back to 1365, when the noble house of Bosq chose this terroir to run a vineyard. Then in the 18th century the Scotsman George Smith bought the estate, gave it his...

Le Petit Smith Haut Lafitte

History The history of Château Smith Haut Lafitte goes back to 1365, when the noble house of Bosq chose this terroir to run a vineyard. Then in the 18th century the Scotsman George Smith bought the estate, gave it his...

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 La Bastienne

History Born into a family of winemakers, Pierre-Emmanuel Janoueix took over Château La Bastienne in 2000, out of love for his terroir and his love of winemaking. From the start, his goal was to produce great, high-quality wines. 20 years...

Château Bouscaut White

History The history of Château Bouscaut dates back to the 19th century when the property was acquired by the Chabanneau family. In 1925, Château Bouscaut became the property of the Comte de Rivaud and Victor Place who decided to restore...

Château Durfort-Vivens

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...

Château Bellevue (SEGC)

History The history of Château Bellevue takes another turn in 2007, when the Château becomes the property of the Pradel de Lavaux and Boüard de Laforest families. The Château takes its name from its breathtaking view of the Dordogne valley....

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...